Just out from the Bureau of Patrol: Days off Cancelled for All District Tact Teams, Area Saturation Teams, Gun Teams, Gang Enforcement Teams and Summer Mobile for the Labor Day weekend Additionally, PEZ Zones will be covered by District...Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s campaign manager has gone full poll truther, a stance that will no doubt harden when the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its doctored numbers on November 4th. Trump’s pivot seems to be having the unintended consequence...Show More Summary
A new study suggests that young men are weathering the gender revolution just fine. Relying on data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, sociologists at the University Connecticut have found that when women take on greater financial responsibility in their marriages, both wives and husbands tend to experience a boost in well-being. Show More Summary
The Bureau of Labor Statistics just released their monthly report on unemployment rates for the 50 states and DC in July. According to the report, seven states had statisically significantly higher unemployment rates in July than inShow More Summary
There’s some bad news in our latest exclusive annual analysis of pharmacist salaries, based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) recently released Occupational Employment Statistics (OES). In 2015, the average gross base salary for a pharmacist at a retail, mail, and specialty pharmacy was $119,517—up a paltry 0.1% from 2014. Show More Summary
A closer look at the latest available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that injury and illness stats for California show the state has worse, not better, rates of worker injuries and illnesses than national levels or the performance of other major industrial states. Show More Summary
By Hal M. Bundrick, CFP Your office might be a built-in desk in the corner of a spare bedroom, a downtown co-working space -- or the front seat of your pickup. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there are 15 million self-employed workers in America living the dream, being their own boss. Show More Summary
Payroll Employment Growth: Strong Enough? John Robertson, Macroblog, August 15, 2016 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ estimate of nonfarm payroll employment is the most closely watched indicator of overall employment growth in the U.S. Show More Summary
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 255,000 in July, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.9 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Job gains occurred in professional and business services, health care, and financial activities. Employment in mining continued to trend down.READ MORE www.metrointel.com
In localized markets throughout the nation, unemployment rates are typically faring well, which is great news for real estate agents. According to local unemployment rates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), unemployment rates dipped annually in June in 285 out of 387 metropolitan areas...
Wall Street gushed when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the July economy created 255,000 new jobs. The most effusive review may have come from the head of U.S. economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. … Continue reading ?
I was going to start this column with some new productivity figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but I realized that at least half of the readers would quit right there. Productivity is one of those subjects that fascinates economists and bores, or mystifies, almost everyone else.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that manufacturing job openings accelerated in June after dipping somewhat in May. Postings in the sector jumped from 350,000 in May to 377,000 in...
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 June, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.>......The number of quits held steady in June at 2.9 million. Show More Summary
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that manufacturing labor productivity edged lower in the second quarter, down 0.2 percent, on reduced output. This followed a 1.5 percent gain in the...
Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new employment data, with the BLS reporting 225,000 new jobs created, according to the Establishment Survey. A survey of economists by Bloomberg had predicted an increase of 180,000 jobs, so this report beats expectations. Show More Summary
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released some interesting results on Friday, claiming the nonfarm payroll employment increased by 255,000 in July alone. That’s a remarkable number, but the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9%....Show More Summary
To better understand the July Jobs report, one has to understand the seasonal adjustments that the Bureau of Labor Statistics employs. Nonfarm payroll jobs added in July on a seasonally adjusted basis were +255,000 in July. But the raw or NON seasonally adjusted numbers were -1,030,000 jobs. Show More Summary
Stocks rose across the board on Friday after the jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed continued strength in the labor market. All three major averages opened higher and moved a bit higher over the course of the day....Show More Summary
The U.S. economy added 255,000 jobs in July and unemployment was unchanged at 4.9%, according to figures released this morning by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.