By Michael R. Brown, CNN correspondentThe Social Security Administration is going through a difficult time right now.
Its unemployment rate stands at 7.4%, well above the unemployment rate of 5.6% that the Federal Reserve has been trying to reach for more than a year.
But it has been struggling with two very different kinds of issues: the rise in long-term disability claims and the aging of the population.
The problem is that there is a large cohort of beneficiaries who are in work longer than they used to.
And the Social Service Administration’s goal of managing the growth of those long-lived beneficiaries has been undermined by the very policies that are being introduced to address the problem.
And that’s the social security system.
There is no doubt that Social Security is a social safety net, and that it is an important tool to help people who are already disabled get back on their feet and get back to work.
But there is also a growing consensus among experts that it should be reformed to better support those who are nearing retirement age and those who would like to continue to work after that.
So what should the Social Services Administration do to ensure that the elderly are not left behind?
The answer is not very much.
The agency is trying to balance two competing goals.
First, it needs to do more to help those who have worked their way out of poverty by ensuring that they have some form of benefits.
Second, it wants to help more elderly people get back into the workforce.
But both goals are at odds with one another.
First of all, the Social Administration has a difficult job right now in addressing the rising unemployment rate.
Many people who qualify for Social Security are in the labor force, but they are not working.
They are working part-time.
The number of unemployed Americans has risen from 4.3 million in March to 10.4 million in August.
The unemployment rate is the number of people who would be counted as unemployed if they were working full-time and looking for a job.
But many more of those people are in part- or full-term unemployment.
The unemployment rate for people who have not worked for a year or more is 10.3%, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
For those who work full- or part-timers, it is 6.9%.
The reason that there has been a lot of increase in unemployment among people who were not working full time is that they had a lot more than the number needed to be counted.
They were working more than they were able to, they were out of work longer, they had other jobs.
The Social Services administration’s goal has been to help these older people find work and stay in the workforce longer.
It wants to do so by getting them to start saving more, to get them to save more, and to help them to stay in more positions of responsibility.
But that’s not going to happen.
The social security program has grown dramatically in the last 30 years.
It has grown from $1.8 trillion in 1975 to $1 trillion in 2010.
It grew faster than the gross domestic product, or G.D., of the United States.
So in terms of the number and the size of the program, it has grown significantly faster than any other social security benefit.
There are a lot that the Social Development Department is doing right now that will help older people.
For instance, it provides a basic benefit to older people who meet certain income thresholds.
But the administration is also trying to reduce costs by providing some financial assistance for seniors who are working and want to get back in the work force.
The goal is to help all seniors stay in work by helping them to pay down their debt to the Social Support Administration, so they don’t have to wait for Social Services to provide a benefit.
The new law also helps older people by expanding their Social Security benefits to include those who want to work and have jobs.
This has been an area where the Social Systems Administration has struggled with some of the problems that have been encountered in the past.
But this is a new effort that it has embraced, and it is helping the elderly to make more productive decisions.
There’s also a lot going on in the broader economic and social life of the country that is directly related to the challenges that older people face.
This is a critical time in America’s history.
The economy is in recession, and the economy is struggling to keep up with the growth in the population and the retirement age.
There have been a number of proposals to address these issues.
The president has proposed new taxes on high-income earners to help the unemployed, and he’s also proposed a Social Security expansion that would help those in retirement.
But as long as the president’s proposals are not followed through, there will be a continued decline in the number who can count on Social Security.
And there is no end in sight.
We’re seeing a growing share of older Americans getting disability benefits and receiving some form, and then being unable to continue working