All Posts Tagged: jobs report

U.S. Outlook: The labor market through a different prism

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
graph showing growth and loss trends in job openings for past several years.

What are labor market indicators — other than the monthly jobs report — telling us about the current health and future state of the jobs market?

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for December

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Crowd of people walking to work (seen from behind) in an urban center walkway.

The U.S. labor market ended the year on a solid note, staunching this week’s equity market panic.

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U.S. Outlook: Economy is looking better in October

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the decline in weekly jobless claims over recent months.

Following the slowdown of August and September, the economic data points so far for October suggest the U.S. is picking up some growth momentum.

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Instant Analysis: January employment report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Commuters on a sunny day walking across a bridge toward a city center on their way to work.

Three cheers for the U.S. labor market. Once again the monthly jobs report exceeds economists’ consensus expectations.

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