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In October 2023, 61.4% of 2023 high school graduates ages 16 to 24 were enrolled in colleges or universities; among 20- to 29-year-olds with bachelor's degrees in 2023, 70.2% were employed: Dept. of Labor

US unemployment rates in March were higher in 1 state, lower in 6 states and stable in 43 states and DC; national unemployment rate changed little at 3.8%, but was 0.3% higher than in March 2023: BLS

US unemployment insurance claims in week ended Apr. 13 was unchanged at 212,000, the four-week moving average was flat at 214,500; total continued weeks claimed for benefits decreased by 12,519 to 1.95 million in week ended Mar. 30: Dept. of Labor

US job openings rates fell in 4 states and rose in 3 states on the last business day of February; hires rates up in 5 states, down in 2 states and flat in 43 states and DC, separations rates up in 5 states, down in 2 states, flat in 43 states and DC: BLS

Median weekly earnings of the 119.2 million US full-time wage and salary workers were US$1,139 in Q1, up 3.5% from a year earlier; women had median weekly earnings of US$1,021, or 83.2% of the US$1,227 median for men: BLS

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