Bureau of Labor Statistics
May Jobs Report Much Stronger Than Expected
The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May as states reopened.
Media to Go Tech-Free in Data Release ‘Lockups’
The Trump administration says reporters' use of computers in secure lockup rooms can give high-speed traders a "head start" on market-moving news.
Job Openings Drop in November but Remain Strong
The gap between openings and unemployed workers could keep pressure on the Fed to raise rates despite a global economic slowdown.
December Jobs Report Assuages Investors
But the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% as more U.S. workers joined the labor force.
For Manufacturers, Skills Gap Keeps Widening
Modern technologies, the hot economy, and negative perceptions of the manufacturing industry deepen a skills gap that jeopardizes manufacturers' business.
Sudden Hike in Wages Is Biggest in a Decade
With unemployment at its lowest rate in five decades, attracting and retaining workers becomes a top operational priority.
U.S. Companies Add 219,000 Jobs in July: ADP
“The job market is booming, impacted by the deficit-financed tax cuts and increases in government spending.”
Cost-of-Employment Increases Wane
Employment costs rose 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2016, below the level of increases in the prior three quarters.
Teens Find Summer Jobs After All
Despite a tepid start in May, summer hiring of 16- to 19-year olds is outpacing 2015.
U.S. Consumer Prices Inched Upward in March
Inflation pressures remained modest, despite a 2.2%, 12-month increase in core prices.
Small Businesses Stopped Hiring Last Month: NFIB
Nearly one third of respondents said that they could not fill positions because they could not find qualified applicants, says the NFIB.