All Posts Tagged: unemployment

Instant Analysis: Employment report for February

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Bad winter weather and the West Coast port slowdown weren’t enough to shake the improving momentum in the U.S. labor market.

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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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Instant Analysis: The December jobs report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Employees analyzing data in a business environment

The December jobs report underscores the resilience of the U.S. labor market recovery in 2014.

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U.S. Outlook: Updating our virtuous cycle checklist

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing latest dip in jobless claims

Economists have been trying to spot a pro-growth virtuous cycle in the current ecomomic expansion, and now we believe it’s near.

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