The latest employment reading shows that the job market is moving forward, but in a lower gear.
This week’s employment reading may answer questions about hiring, raises and the weather.
The Fed’s Beige Book survey of regional economic activity reflects a tough winter.
Who cares about the Super Bowl? The financial community is ready to tackle another jobs report.
The Beige Book, a compilation of reports from regional Federal Reserve banks, shows the U.S. economy continues to grow at a moderate pace.
The healing of the job market has been frustratingly slow. ManpowerGroup CEO Jeff Joerres says this recovery is different.
Although unemployment dipped in December, the Labor Department reported that the number of jobs created fell far short of expectations.
Those looking for work should expect hiring to accelerate this year and the quality of jobs to improve.
On the surface, August jobs numbers released by the Labor Department might seem OK. But they’re not what one wants to see at this point in an economic recovery.