The Global Economic Outlook, released this week, forecasts that the United States will have a GDP of $19.6 trillion in 2019.
That’s up from $19 trillion in 2018.
The biggest increases are expected in China, followed by Japan, India, and Brazil.
The US economy will add $2 trillion to GDP in 2019, the first time it’s grown faster than that since 2009.
In 2019, there will be an estimated 5.2 million new jobs created.
But the economy will be less robust than it was in 2020.
The economy will grow at a 3.4 percent annual rate in 2019 and 2.2 percent rate in 2020, compared to 3.7 percent and 2 percent in 2019 respectively.
In the coming years, the economy is expected to continue to contract.
The unemployment rate will be about 9 percent in 2021, compared with a rate of 11 percent in 2020 and 12 percent in 2018 respectively.
The economic outlook is a forecast for how the economy in the United State will perform in the next decade.
This forecast is not an official forecast and is not meant to be a guide for when to buy anything.
The economic outlook assumes that the Federal Reserve will maintain its monetary policy rate and continue to keep inflation low.
In 2021, the US economy is projected to add about 2.5 million jobs.
The labor force participation rate is expected in 2021 to be 63.9 percent, which is a big improvement from the 62.5 percent participation rate in 2018 and 63.3 percent in 2017.
The share of people in the labor force will grow from 12.2 to 12.9 million people by 2021, a much larger share than it is today.
In 2020, the unemployment rate is forecast to be 4.4 percentage points lower than it would be in 2020 (4.4 to 4.6 percent).
The unemployment benefit rate is projected by the Federal Housing Finance Agency to be 1.3 percentage points higher than it has been in 2020 at a rate lower than the 3.8 percent rate it has in 2020 as a percentage of workers.
In 2025, the labor market is expected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to be about half as large as it is in 2020; there will likely be about 1.5m fewer people employed in the workforce in 2025 than in 2021.
The unemployment rate for women is forecast at 4.5 percentage points, the same as it was for men in 2020 but down from 4.8 percentage points in 2025.
The participation rate for men is projected at 63.2, down from 67.3 in 2020.(Getty Images)The United States is also predicted to see a drop in manufacturing jobs.
According to the Bureau the U.S. manufacturing sector is expected job losses in 2021 of more than 1.1 million.
This represents a reduction of more, or more than, 2.3 million jobs, according to the BLS.
Manufacturing in the U