The U, in the past two years, has added 3.4 million jobs and added a healthy surplus of nearly 1.7 million in the first quarter of 2017.
Economists expect the economy to add 1.2 million jobs in 2018, while the labor market is expected to grow at a healthy rate of 2.5 percent, according to a report by the Labor Department.
The U has added a surplus of about $1.3 trillion in gross domestic product, the report said.
The U.K. is leading the way in terms of its recovery from the Great Recession.
Since the year 2000, the U.k. has added about 1.8 million jobs, and the economy has added an additional 2.2 billion since then, according the Office for National Statistics.
There are plenty more countries in Europe that are doing well, but for the most part, the recovery is in the U, the data showed.
The U has created 4.2 percent of all new jobs in the European Union since the Great Depression, and it has added more than 2 million jobs since then.
In terms of the U’s economic strength, the OECD says it is still the world’s largest economy, but the U is slowing.
The OECD said last month that the U has grown just 0.5 percentage points in the fourth quarter, the weakest showing since the year 2001.
U.S., UK, China trade and growth: the dataSource: The Economist/BloombergBusinessweek/Getty