Category Archives: Employment reports
A recent jobs report from U.S. Dept of Labor looked pretty rosy, and economy is looking better, too. However, not all states or demographic groups are participating equally in the recovery. So there’s still a ways to go till we’re out of the woods, but seems we’re moving in the right general direction on the job […]
So the the employment situation in the U.S. has been steadily improving over the past 7 months, with some caveats. While we can’t quite declare “mission accomplished” on the create-new-jobs front, there are some take-home lessons from our joblessness crisis that should not be lost. One lesson is: “Stay in school and get that degree!” […]
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The Huffington Post reports: Job Stimulus Results: White House Claims ‘Stunning’ Two Million Jobs Saved Or Created. It states: the report from the President’s Council of Economic Advisers said the economy is a lot better off than it would have been without the stimulus. Citing its own analysis plus a range of private sector summaries, […]