There’s a new Jewish mental health unemployment rate on the up: 2.1% as of March, according to a new study from the National Center for Health Statistics.
That’s up from 1.7% in 2016.
That means the Jewish population of the US has seen its unemployment rate increase by 1.6 percentage points.
There were 5.9 million Jews in the US in 2016, and there are currently over 2.2 million Jews living in poverty.
According to the Pew Research Center, Jews make up 12% of the population, but about 7% of Americans who are unemployed.
According to a 2016 study from sociologist Dan Reidenberg, Jews are less likely to have a job than their white peers.
It’s a trend that’s been gaining momentum in recent years, with the US Census Bureau showing a sharp rise in Jewish unemployment between 2008 and 2016.
That is despite a significant increase in the number of Jewish people in the workforce.
In the year 2000, there were 7.5 million Jews, and the Jewish unemployment rate was just 2.9%.
In 2016, the Jewish rate rose to 3.5%.
There’s a big disconnect between Jewish and white Americans when it comes to mental health.
The Pew Research report notes that Jews make more than white Americans in other areas, including health care, education, and employment.
While it’s a bit misleading to compare the Jewish and non-Jewish populations when it’s not accurate to compare them when it concerns Jewish Americans, it’s important to remember that Jewish Americans are overrepresented in the population of mental illness.
According to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, more than one in four Jewish Americans is currently suffering from some form of mental health disorder.
A survey conducted in 2014 found that a quarter of Jewish Americans reported experiencing some form a mental health problem at some point in their lives.
And in the same survey, a full third of white Americans and almost a quarter (23%) of Hispanic Americans said they experienced some form.
And while the Pew report notes the Jewish community has historically been more likely to be overrepresented, the data shows that it’s only in the last few years that the Jewish numbers have risen, according the National Association of Jewish Businesses.
The American Jewish community is home to more than 100,000 people, and is a major employer and investor.
As a result, it seems safe to say that Jews have benefited from the Affordable Care Act, which made it easier for people with mental health issues to get health insurance.
In 2016, according.
the American Jewish Congress, the largest Jewish lobbying organization in the country, paid more than $9 million in lobbying expenses.
That amount includes more than 3,000 payments to individual members of Congress, and more than 1,000 to political action committees, including the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, American Jewish Committee, and National Jewish Democratic Council.
The National Jewish Democrats also contributed to the campaign for President Donald Trump, and its top political operative, Steve Bannon, was the head of Trump’s campaign.
Jewish groups have also contributed heavily to Republican candidates in recent elections.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Boston, for example, gave $6.2 to Mitt Romney’s campaign, and a Jewish group in Florida donated $5,000.
Other groups that have made contributions include the American Federation of Teachers, the American Friends Service Committee, the United Jewish Appeal, and many other groups that are closely aligned with Jewish interests.
Some of the largest contributors to the Republican Party have been Jewish organizations, including Eli Lehrer’s American Federation for Children and the Zionist Organization of America.