Millennial employers faced an unemployment rate of 11.5 percentin December, according to the Millennial Jobs Report by GenerationOpportunity, a national, nonpartisan organization advocatingfor millennials.

They research also shows that the unemployment rate forAfrican-American millennials in December was 22.1 percent while theunemployment rate for Hispanic millennials was 12.2 percent. Amongfemale millennials, the unemployment rate was 10.4 percent inDecember.

With the declining labor force participation rate, there are now1.7 million millennial left uncounted as unemployed by theU.S. Department of Labor, the research finds. In these cases,millennials have stopped looking for work because too few jobs areavailable. If the research considered the labor force participationrate, unemployment would jump to 16.3 percent.

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