|2011 - 2017||10.31|
|2001 - 2010||9.57|
|1991 - 2000||5.1|
|1981 - 1990||6.6|
|1973 - 1980||6.42|
The U-6 counts the regular unemployed (known as the official Unemployment Rate or U-3), plus those marginally attached to the workforce (halfway looking for jobs), plus those who have part time jobs because they can’t find full-time jobs due to the state of the economy. The Economic Stress Index uses a rolling 3-month average of the U-6.
The year-over-year/12 month percent change in U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The year-over-year change in estimated Household Income based on a three month moving average.