How to get laid off from your job, according to the most recent unemployment numbers

The U.S. labor market is at its most robust since 2007.

This month, a report by the Labor Department found that the number of jobless Americans has climbed to 5.4 million.

But the number is still far lower than it was before the economic downturn began.

The Labor Department also released data on Wednesday that shows that more people are still looking for work.

The unemployment rate for the nation as a whole is 6.6 percent.

The rate for Americans ages 16 to 24, however, is 3.4 percent. More: