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Tag: Job Market


Paychecks Shrink Even as U.S. Economy Adds Jobs

U.S. industry added 242,000 jobs in February—but the major gains were in low-wage industries, and average hourly earnings dropped 3 cents. And unemployment rates remained far higher for minorities than for whites.

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Hillary Clinton Spells It Out in Debut Ad: ‘I’m Running for President’

No doubt aiming to show voters that she’s in touch with the struggles and hopes of everyday Americans, Hillary Clinton unleashed a folksy first campaign spot Sunday to coincide with her announcement that she’s officially running for president in 2016.

Posted on Apr 12, 2015 WATCH & LISTEN


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Think the Job Market Still Stinks? You’re Right

New federal statistics show a jobs market still far below pre-recession levels, despite record profits by corporations sitting on record levels of cash. What does it all mean? People want to work, but companies don’t want to hire.

Posted on Sep 10, 2013 READ MORE



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More Good News on Jobs for February

For the third month in a row, figures coming in from the Department of Labor signal a stronger recovery in the employment market than the country has seen in years. President Obama gets a boost from the good news, but is there any way to read these numbers differently?

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Job Market in a June Swoon

A measly 18,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy in June, far below expectations for a rise of close to 90,000, and the unemployment rate ticked up to 9.2 percent. The numbers are a reality check ... (more)

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And Now, Some Slightly Better News from The Fed

On Wednesday, newly released minutes from the Federal Reserve’s late-January meeting reflected a more optimistic stance vis-à-vis the next phase of the U.S. economy, but unfortunately, the slightly brighter outlook didn’t extend to the Fed’s take on the job market.

Posted on Feb 16, 2011 READ MORE


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Bernanke: Unemployment to Be ‘High for a While’

There are economic indicators that we want to be on the high end of the scale, but unemployment isn’t one of them. Unfortunately, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, the U.S. unemployment rate ... (continued)

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Obama: ‘I’m Open to Every Demonstrably Good Idea’ About Job Market

President Obama laid out what he believes his administration has been doing to deal with the employment crisis in America thus far and hinted at forthcoming developments in his plan to create more jobs. During a press conference Thursday he tried to take some of the heat off his administration by stating, “Ultimately, true economic recovery is only going to come from the private sector.”

Posted on Dec 3, 2009 WATCH & LISTEN


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U.S. Economy Showing Signs of Life

A report released by the Federal Reserve on Wednesday gave some indications that, for half of the districts tracked by the Fed and for certain markets, the American economy is slowly starting to revive from its near-death experience last fall.

Posted on Sep 9, 2009 READ MORE


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