To further strengthen the national economy and increase job creation, the Obama administration recently announced competitive grant funding worth $40 million.
Two months ago, American economists were encouraged by the findings of the BLS’s “The Employment Situation – July 2012” report, which revealed that 163,000 new jobs were added to the national economy that month, the highest total recorded since March.
As has been the case throughout 2012, EMEA’s economic recovery is still quite sluggish. Unemployment remains well above average in many nations.
In late July, typhoon Saola landed on the shores of China, Taiwan, and the Philippines, injuring thousands of civilians and destroying hundreds of homes and businesses.
In July, the BLS released its most positive jobs report in months, as employment rose by 163,000, the highest monthly job creation total recorded since March.
As has been the case throughout 2012, joblessness continued to decline within a majority of the United States’ metropolitan areas in July, according to the BLS’ latest “Metropolitan Area Employment and Unemployment” report.
According to the BLS’ most recent “The Employment Situation” report, private sector hiring was not as extensive in August as it was in July, as the sector created 33,000 fewer jobs.
Since his inauguration in January 2009, President Barack Obama has proposed a variety of tax relief bills to improve the financial security of America’s middle class.
For the first month since March, more than 100,000 jobs were added to the United States’ economy in July, according to the BLS’ most recent “The Employment Situation” report, which was published on August 4th.
As autumn nears, a majority of global economists remain uncertain about EMEA’s economic future. Countless questions have yet to be answered by even the world’s most renowned financial experts.