All Posts Tagged: unemployment

Instant Analysis: Employment report for April

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Attendees at a conference in front of large glass windows, the sun in the background.

This is the weakest monthly U.S. jobs report in seven months and well below the 232K job creation average over the last 12 months.

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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 February

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Attendees at a conference in front of large glass windows, the sun in the background.

It was another solid employment report for February that generally beat consensus expectations.

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U.S. Outlook: Soothing signs of economic growth

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing recent rise in industrial production

New economic data and a tentative stabilization in crude oil prices provide more evidence that economic contraction in the near term is unlikely.

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