Employment level statistics for the month of June 2015 looked a bit worrisome for some economists. At a glance, Construction was one of the missing sector in the list of industries significantly […]
Employment statistics cannot be interpreted in a vacuum.
Employment statistics cannot be interpreted in a vacuum inasmuch as other economic indicators do determine employment growth. There are many nuances that require attention to detail. Indeed, details on June’s 2015 report […]
What economic facts are behind the latest fight in trade legislation?
International Demand for goods and Foreign Trade have been a driving force behind United States’ economic growth. The recent legislative efforts, made by the current democratic administration to get permission for a […]
“Discouraged Workers” are coming back into the labor market.
Data on employment levels for April and May 2015 look favorable. Both months have shown increments above 200,000 jobs. However, the unemployment rate stubbornly hovers around 5.4%. In spite of U.S.’ GDP […]
Professional Businesses and Transportation pulled up job creation in U.S. for January 2015: ADP.
Professional Businesses and Trade, Utilities and Transportation pulled up job creation in United States for January 2015. Employment level started 2015 with an increase of roughly 213,000 jobs compared to December 2014, […]
241,000 jobs added to US Economy in December 2014: ADP.
Apparently, the US economy follows its way into a strong recovery. Employment level closed 2014 with an increase of roughly 241,000 jobs compared to November 2014. New employees went to work mostly […]