It really do be like that
>>12574872Feel bad for that 1.1% and 1.6%
>>12574872>2019No really the same as 2020 and 2021.
>>12575113>being this stupid
>>12574653Not if your a comp/sci/ chad.
>>12575135Did you not notice something different about 2020 from 2019?
>>12574894You realize that is insane in any economy.Almost all can afford ithaving that low unemployment is a bad thing.
>>12575537How unemployment really didn't change despite covid or what?
>>12574872Lol at believing these fake unemployment figures
>>12575532>t. hasn't graduatedabout half my CS buddies are currently unemployed. they all have good CVs, work experience, and personal projects to show off at interviews. but there are simply fewer jobs than candidates.
>>12574653why did this happen to me...where did i go wrong?
I got my degree in engineering last summer and started doing concrete field testing for a company. The pay wasn't great and I hated the job so I quit and now I'm a neet. >tfw construction shutdown because of covid anyway and I could've collected government bucks without having to work if I stayed a little longer
>>12578913What happened bro
>>12579191Lol where is this from
>>12579191True, computer science is basically the cousin of math
>>12574872Working at a movie theatre, at chipotle is still being employed dumb dick
>>12575574>How unemployment really didn't changeare you literally retarded
>>12574872how tf can you be unemployed with a PhD?
>>12580493even during good times in the economy, general employment is normally around 3%, people who quit their old job to look for a better one because they can afford to are part of that number.people having the luxury to stay at home and take care of the household and possibly kids without worrying about a part time or full time job because their spouse's is paying well also plays a role.
>>12580493>phd in women studies
>>12578898Total bullshit, if you are a remotely competent programmer companies will fall over themselves to hire you. Always have always will.
>>12574872is the data that good in the US? damn!!!feels bad being in a 3rd world country, bro...
>>12579191lol classic lecture
>>12581309>he doesn‘t know that due to woke culture, holders of phds in women studies are making 6 figures
>>12574653>looks for a job 2 weeks before graduation>not knowing it can take 6 months to a year to find a decent one>put out 3-5 applications to fortune 20 companies when you went to shit state and graduated with a 2.9 GPA>instead of smaller companies that will actually hire youZoomers everyone
>>12581309those kinds of degrees are in HR departments everywhere.
>>12581054I always wonder what compels people to speak when they have no idea of what they are talking about. Unemployment figures only consider those who are actively seeking for a job, so people choosing to stay at home aren't included. Also the natural rate of unemployment is more like 5% in the US and 8 in Europe