Could because the lay-off's have capped out.... And? Some people ARE going back to work?.... High end jobs ARE still being lost or have lay-offs... Low end jobs that cannot be automated probably will come back faster and stronger... After this virus crisis? The … [Read more...] about American Job losses are slowing…..
People ARE stocking up on the bare necessities .... And businesses and people ARE adjusting.... No matter what? Some people HAVE TO work.... The volume of food and paper products passing through a warehouse just outside Los Angeles is up 30 percent from the same … [Read more...] about Grocery Stores, Pizza Chains and Amazon Are Hiring…
Employment growth in blue-collar suburbs that supported President Trump in 2016 is lagging behind the rest of the country, the Wall Street Journal reports. The big picture: Trump’s job-approval rating in manufacturing-heavy counties in the Midwest and Northeast has risen since … [Read more...] about Trump approval in key Rust Belt areas rises despite slow economic growth
The NY Times looks at what jobs and where to find them..... You dropped out of college, or decided straight out of high school that college was not your thing. Here’s some advice if you are looking for a job: Stay out of Washington. Don’t go to New York. Forget about San … [Read more...] about Where to go for a good job if ya don’t have a college degree…
No surprise to some us who have been following the slowing of the American economy .... U.S. job growth fell to an 18-month low in March, according to a Wednesday report from ADP and Moody’s Analytics. Private payrolls increased by 129,000 in March, missing the 173,000 … [Read more...] about American Job hiring falls off…..
In my travel's I 've seen LESS workers in retail stores... And auto checkout machine pop up more... Although last month's net job creation of 103,000 was well below analysts' forecasts, economists instead attributed much of the slowdown to a payback for the unusually big … [Read more...] about U.S. employment growth slows…. the jobless number stays at 4.1%