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0%, the July GGJ rate is more than five percentage points higher than the all-time low for the measure, 41.
Unlike the GGJ rate, which indicates employment among the total population, both the Gallup and U.
Since Gallup first began tracking this measure in 2010, the GGJ rate has always risen between May and June.
While the June 2017 GGJ rate falls short of the high point of 47.
The GGJ rate typically increases between April and May.
The current GGJ rate is above the measure's average of 44.
Prior to this year, the GGJ had increased five times out of seven from March to April since tracking began, and was essentially unchanged the other two occasions.
While the GGJ has fluctuated on a monthly basis since Gallup first began tracking the measure in January 2010, it has generally trended up.
Gallup began measuring the GGJ rate in January 2010 and since then, it has generally trended upward over time.
Rather than being measures of the total population like the GGJ rate, both the Gallup and U.
Unlike Gallup's GGJ rate, which is a percentage of the total population, the unemployment rates that Gallup and the U.
However, compared with November 2014, GGJ and workforce participation were up and unemployment was down.
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