Don’t be surprised: Employment data get revised BLS revisions to metro area employment data can be substantial but predictable FRED Blog March 16, 2017 The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the latest state and local employment data on March 13, 2017. Show More Summary
February, the first full month of the Trump presidency, witnessed solid jobs growth of 235,000 with the headline unemployment rate little changed, at 4.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Services monthly report. Trump has already tweeted to claim credit for the results, but neither his plan nor his administration were in place. In […]
Categories: Best Practice, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Talent Management Tags: L2, Process & Best Practice Did you know that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, millennials will comprise nearly 75% of the U.S. workforce...Show More Summary
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 7.4 million Americans (5.3% of the workforce) have more than one job, and the number is increasing. Add in those who changed jobs in 2016, and you have quite a few people who find themselves with two or more W-2s at tax time. Show More Summary
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that manufacturing job openings ticked higher, up from 342,000 in December to 364,000 in January, its highest level since July’s 15-year high (394,000). Job...
From the BLS: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary The number of job openings was little changed at 5.6 million on the last business day of January, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over the month, hires and separations...Show More Summary
The January State and Regional Employment report, released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, showed that most states started the new year with continued modest job growth and decreases in unemployment rates.
On Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the economy gained 235,000 payroll slots in February and upped its estimates for December and January by another 9,000 jobs. Over the three-month period, that means an average job growth of 209,000 jobs a month. Including the ups and downs, over the past 30 years, the […]
Twenty-four percent of workers telecommute at least some time, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, while more than a third of professionals and managers do. And working from home doesn't mean sleeping in or slacking off. Research shows that telecommuting employees are slightly more productive. But, work from......
People aren’t reading as much as they were, as it turns out. According to a study from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans are only reading 19 minutes a day. Contrast this with a recent report showing that people are watching over 1 BILLION hours of YouTube video per day. Show More Summary
On Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the economy gained 235,000 payroll slots in February and upped its estimates for December and January by another 9,000 jobs. Over the three-month period, that means an average job growth of 209,000 jobs a month. Show More Summary
After Friday’s Bureau of Labor Statistics report was released, the usual presser was held. What follows is a memo found on the floor near the podium. (A few minor factual corrections are noted in the footnotes): To: Sean Spicer From: Donald J. Show More Summary
From the BLS: Regional and State Employment and Unemployment SummaryUnemployment rates were significantly lower in January in 5 states and stable in 45 states and the District of Columbia, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Show More Summary
In a dispatch accusing the Trump administration of hypocrisy in expressing pleasure over Friday's jobs report from the government's Bureau of Labor Statistics, Associated Press reporters Jill Colvin and Christopher Rugaber, with additional...Show More Summary
The economic optimism of Donald Trump’s election is becoming harder to deny, although many liberals are still trying. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) announced March 10, that the U.S. economy added 235,000 new jobs in February, beating estimates by 38,000. Show More Summary
From the BLS: Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 235,000 in February, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 4.7 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Employment gains occurred in construction, private educational services, manufacturing, health care, and mining.... Show More Summary
A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. Conservative media outlets spent Friday enthused by the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report. “America Winning: Economy Adds 235,000 New Jobs,” a representative LifeZette headline declared. Show More Summary
The U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in February and unemployment was little changed at 4.7%, according to figures released this morning by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Wages were up 2.8% from last February, but that growth is modest for this point in a recovery. Show More Summary
In its regular monthly employment situation report, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Friday that the U.S. economy generated 235,000 seasonally adjusted, net new jobs in February, 227,000 in the private sector, 8,000 in the public...Show More Summary
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that manufacturing employment rose for the third straight month, up by a healthy 28,000 in February. That was the strongest monthly growth in employment in...