Level Chart

Basic Info

US Reallocation Rate is at a current level of 20.34, down from 21.67 one year ago. This is a change of -6.16% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 20.34
Latest Period 2019
Last Updated Apr 7 2022, 17:28 EDT
Average Growth Rate -0.65%
Value from 1 Year Ago 21.67
Change from 1 Year Ago -6.16%
Frequency Yearly
Adjustment N/A
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Notes Job creation rate plus job destruction rate minus the absolute value of the net job creation rate

Historical Data

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Date Value
December 31, 2019 20.34
December 31, 2018 21.67
December 31, 2017 23.76
December 31, 2016 21.67
December 31, 2015 21.53
December 31, 2014 21.69
December 31, 2013 22.93
December 31, 2012 23.28
December 31, 2011 23.42
December 31, 2010 23.74
December 31, 2009 22.86
December 31, 2008 28.23
December 31, 2007 29.65
December 31, 2006 25.50
December 31, 2005 27.35
December 31, 2004 27.73
December 31, 2003 30.22
December 31, 2002 32.68
December 31, 2001 30.66
December 31, 2000 28.12
December 31, 1999 28.95
December 31, 1998 28.21
Date Value
December 31, 1997 30.44
December 31, 1996 28.73
December 31, 1995 26.06
December 31, 1994 28.60
December 31, 1993 29.60
December 31, 1992 32.80
December 31, 1991 31.80
December 31, 1990 29.20
December 31, 1989 30.80
December 31, 1988 31.80
December 31, 1987 34.00
December 31, 1986 31.20
December 31, 1985 30.40
December 31, 1984 27.80
December 31, 1983 33.40
December 31, 1982 34.20
December 31, 1981 34.60
December 31, 1980 31.80
December 31, 1979 28.00
December 31, 1978 30.60
December 31, 1977 30.40

Basic Info

US Reallocation Rate is at a current level of 20.34, down from 21.67 one year ago. This is a change of -6.16% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 20.34
Latest Period 2019
Last Updated Apr 7 2022, 17:28 EDT
Average Growth Rate -0.65%
Value from 1 Year Ago 21.67
Change from 1 Year Ago -6.16%
Frequency Yearly
Adjustment N/A
Download Source File Download
Notes Job creation rate plus job destruction rate minus the absolute value of the net job creation rate