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Early 2018 Labor Market—Can the U.S. Economy Keep Cranking Out So Many Jobs? The U.S. Labor Market—Key Indicator for the Economy, Inflation, and the Federal Reserve January Labor Market—Still Cranking Them Out or Hesitating? read more
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The Surprising American Jobs Machine—Still Surprising? American Jobs Machine in October—Still Grinding Out Lots of Jobs? Report—Strong, Weak, Mixed? Nonfarm Payrolls (Business Jobs); Household Survey Employment (Persons) Unemployment Rate and Average Hourly Earnings—How Tight the read more
Summer’s End—But Still Strong Jobs Market? September Labor Market Often Can Slacken This September—Strong, Mixed, Weak? Nonfarm Payrolls—State of Business Sector Unemployment Rates (U3, U6), Labor Force, Persons Finding Jobs—State of the Household Sector read more
Labor Market in Late Summer: How Long So Strong a Labor Market? The Labor Market as a Reflection of the Economy— The Economy as a Reflection of the Labor Market S. Labor Market in read more
U.S. Labor Market—Summer Heat? Still Hot Labor Market in the Summer Heat? Jobs, Employment and Unemployment in July—Hot, Cold, Neither Hot Nor Cold Wage Inflation and the “Phillips Curve”: Finally Clicking-In? Labor Market, Consumption Fundamentals, read more