When you think vacation starts in the spring, think again.
This spring, it’s just not happening.
According to the National Farmers Union, the average time for the first day of a new season to end is March 15, 2018.
That’s right, March 15.
The average first day is the day you get to start the whole thing over.
But what if you want to stay longer?
You could be able to wait a bit longer.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is forecasting a small increase in the number of new hires, but that increase is expected to be less than 1 percent.
That means the average amount of work each person does will be roughly double the average number of jobs they have today.
To be clear, a lot of the work we do today is extremely tedious.
It’s incredibly important to be able for people to be out on the farm and be productive and be happy.
If you have the time to work on those things, that would be really nice.
But we need more people in that workforce to get that job done.
If you’re looking to get back to work quickly, it can be very difficult to find jobs.
That is because the average worker has a lot more to do than just sit at home, which is what we do on most days.
The BLS reports that the average weekly hours worked per person have been increasing at a steady pace for nearly two decades.
But the percentage of workers who are doing more than they were a decade ago has dropped.
The last time it was as low as it is today is 2001.
And we are on track to see that decline in the next few years.
For some of the most common jobs, like those in construction, it might be possible to stay at home a little longer, or even more than that.
But it would be wise to consider how much longer you can stay in that role, because there are some people who may be better suited to it.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) estimates that between 7.1 million and 7.4 million jobs will be lost during the next five years because of the recession, which began in December 2007.
But most of those jobs will only be lost because they are held by older workers.
The average age of a worker employed in the construction industry is 57.8 years old.
That compares to an average age for workers in manufacturing at 53.3.
The job growth of the past decade has been driven by the baby boom generation, which was born from the baby boomer generation.
But that’s a demographic trend that is likely to fade as older workers age.
If the current downturn continues, the BEA projects that the job growth rate will slow to 3.7 percent in 2022.
The total employment in the U.P. will drop by nearly 7 million jobs.
That’s a lot for a country with an unemployment rate of 7.8 percent, which has been on the decline since the start of the Great Recession in late 2007.