U.S. Adds Only 194,000 Jobs in September
“Employment is slowing when it should be picking up because we’re still on the course set by the virus."
U.S. Economy Adds Only 266,000 Jobs in April
“It turns out it’s easier to put an economy into a coma than wake it up," one economist says.
U.S. Employers Add 638,000 Jobs in October
“We're only half dug out of our hole, and each month's pace of jobs growth has been slower than the last since July."
Unemployment Dips to 8.4%, Job Gains Slow
The slowing job growth is “a warning that the recovery could go into reverse this fall without further government support.”
U.S. Job Gains Slow to 1.8M in July
"The downturn was so big — the hole that was dug was so deep — that it will still take probably at least a couple of years to dig ourselves out."
U.S. Job Growth Slows Unexpectedly to 145,000
“We had relatively strong and steady job growth over the year despite a number of headwinds," an economist says.
U.S. Job Growth Shatters November Forecasts
The 266,000 jobs gain shows the labor market "is continuing to provide the key foundation for the U.S. economy.”
U.S. Employers Add 304,000 Jobs in January
The unexpectedly large gain suggests employers "have not let up one bit on their hiring in response to risks out there in the world economy."
U.S. Job Growth Slows to 155,000 in November
The unemployment rate remained at 3.7% and wages rose 3.1% on an annual basis, indicating continuing strength in the labor market.
Job Gains Top 200,000 for 2nd Straight Month
U.S. job growth in June easily beat economists' expectations despite signs the economy is at or near full employment.
U.S. Employers Add 313,000 Jobs in February
“We were able to create enough new jobs to accommodate new seekers and keep the unemployment rate steady," an economist says of the strong jobs report.