The June jobs report offers less than meets the eye, despite falling unemployment.
The worst fears about the economy were not confirmed by the Labor Department’s April jobs report. After a horrible-looking report last month, the economy appears to be growing again. We will not call it a Goldilocks employment report, but the Big Bad Wolf isn’t knocking at the door either. The numbers The unemployment rate dropped
What might this week’s employment report say about the job market and the overall economy?
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez isn’t downbeat about the disappointing March employment reading.
Wages are likely to grab attention away from the unemployment rate in this week’s jobs report.
The February employment report wasn’t as frosty as many had expected.
More jobs, rising wages: What’s not to love about the January jobs report?
Wages have been stagnant since the recession, but the median wage of homebuyers and refinancers has been all over the map.
Find out if the job market will continue to improve in 2015 and lift wages, too.
The Fed sees positive impacts from cheaper gasoline but is not so upbeat about raises.