All Posts Tagged: labor market

Instant Analysis: U.S. employment report for May

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Hospital doctors conversing outdoors.

The May jobs report was actually a pleasant but somewhat boring read, for a change.

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U.S. Outlook: More encouraging signs of acceleration

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph of initial jobless claims, showing downward trend.

The U.S. economy is actually showing more spring in its step. Signs include pick-ups in consumer spending, industrial production, and job creation.

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Instant Analysis: March payroll report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
warehouse_worker

The markets got a solid and improving labor market snapshot for March, but not a blow-out payroll report as some analysts were expecting.

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U.S. Outlook: Jobs rebound, though problems remain

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph of declining labor force participation rate.

Better February job gains and a rapid decline in initial jobless claim so far for March gives a new hope and healthy boost to the recovering U.S. economy, though several labor market indicators remain weak.

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