What you need to know about the National Capital Region’s newest job opportunities

A new report from the US Census Bureau shows that the number of people employed in Washington, DC, has reached a record high.

The Washington, D.C. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that more than 16.6 million people are employed in the city’s metropolitan area.

That’s an increase of almost 16,000 people in just two years.

That compares to 8,600 people in March 2016.

The numbers for the metropolitan area also show an increase in total workers, up more than 10,000 jobs, according to the report.

The total number of employees in the Washington metropolitan area is the highest it’s been in at least the last 10 years.

And the total number who are working in the metropolitan areas of Baltimore, DC and Philadelphia are also at record highs, up nearly 14,000 workers.

The Washington metro area has had an unusually high number of job openings this year, as the region has been grappling with a shortage of high-paying jobs.

But the metro area’s unemployment rate has been rising steadily for more than a year, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the unemployment rate for the region is currently at 5.4%.

The city of Washington is also seeing a higher share of its population move out of the city, with a higher percentage of adults in the region living in poverty, which is down from 7.1 percent in November of last year.

The Census Bureau report said that the growth of the metro areas employment rate has slowed since November, with the area’s job growth rate dropping to 3.5 percent. 

However, the report said the number working in metro areas outside of the Washington metro has increased by more than 20,000.

In addition, the census reported that about one in five of all workers in the metro region are part-time.

This number is more than double the one in the other four metro areas.

The Bureau of Labour Statistics reported that there were 6.5 million jobs in the country as of December, an increase from 5.6million jobs in December of last season.

The number of jobs in D.M. County, the county that includes the Washington, was also up by nearly 14 percent.

The unemployment rate in D-M-C is now at 4.6 percent.

It was 4.4 percent in August, and 3.7 percent in September.