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— The U.S. economy could lose more than 1.8 million jobs over the next decade due to the economic downturn, according to a report from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization.
The agency, which is based in the United States, said that while jobs have returned to the economy since the recession, more than 8 million Americans are still working part-time and have been without jobs for six months.
That is nearly a third of the country, and more than double the number of Americans who have been unemployed for at least six months in the past 12 months.
The economic impact on the U.”s seafood industry, and particularly the state of Florida, will be enormous.
Florida has lost nearly half of its fish harvest in the last year alone, and seafood production is expected to fall by more than 90% by 2020, according the report.
The state is the second-largest producer of seafood in the U; it has produced about half of the world’s catch in the next 10 years.
The report also showed that the United Kingdom and Germany are projected to see their production fall the most in the country due to economic weakness.
Florida is expected lose about $1.5 billion a year in seafood sales by 2021, which would total about $8 billion, according data from the National Association of Manufacturers.
The U S. Department of Agriculture said in December that it is predicting a 5% drop in seafood production by 2021 and a 13% drop for the U S overall.
The decline in the fishing industry in Florida is not expected to be sustained.
The nation’s fishery management agency, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, has warned that the fishery will be “in a dead-end state” in the future.
“We are in a dead end, with an unemployment rate of nearly 12% and a jobless rate of more than 12%.” “
The state’s economy is in dire straits, and as a result, the economy of our nation is in serious trouble,” he said.
“We are in a dead end, with an unemployment rate of nearly 12% and a jobless rate of more than 12%.”
The report comes as Florida’s Republican governor, Rick Scott, is under fire for what some are calling a lack of leadership on the state budget, with some arguing that the governor has been slow to act on a $3 billion budget deficit.
Scott has said he will not call a special session to pass a budget, as he previously has done.
A report from ABC News on Wednesday found that the Republican governor had cut $1 billion from Florida’s Medicaid program in fiscal year 2018, and has pledged to slash that number in the coming year.
“Governor Scott’s actions, particularly his decision to cut Medicaid funding in 2017, and his subsequent promise to cut $3.8 billion from Medicaid by 2020 have left Florida in an unsustainable fiscal situation, with no money for schools, roads, public safety, or even basic needs,” the report said.
The Florida legislature will convene on March 15, 2018, to debate the budget.
Scott said that the cuts will have no impact on Florida’s budget, and that the budget will be balanced over the coming months.
However, the Associated Press reported that many Republicans in the state are skeptical of Scott’s promise to balance the state fiscal year, arguing that Florida is in the midst of a “budget emergency.”