April’s Job Creation Widespread Across Industries

Source: BLS jobs report The United States generated 288,000 jobs in April, making it the 50th straight month of positive job creation. These figures surpassed many of the expert predictions, as most anticipated 190,000 to 210,000 would be added. The unemployment rate fell […]Read article

April BLS Report: 288,000 Jobs Added, Drop In Unemployment

Source: BLS The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its April 2014 unemployment report, which showed an overall gain of 288,000 jobs and the unemployment rate dropping a sizable 0.4%, bringing the total figure down to 6.3%. This data shows a strong rebound in economic conditions from […]Read article

March BLS Jobs Report: Industry Review

Source: March BLS jobs report The United States’ private sector generated over 192,000 jobs in March. Although the sector’s total job creation was not nearly high enough to lower the national unemployment rate, a majority of economists were encouraged by the figures. This growth […]Read article

March BLS Jobs Report Shows Economy Added 192,000 Jobs

Source: BLS The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its March 2014 unemployment report, which shows an overall gain of 192,000 jobs and the unemployment rate holding at 6.7%. This data shows that employers are ramping up their hiring and that the winter slowdown […]Read article

A Closer Look At The February BLS Jobs Report

Source: BLS jobs report For the first time since last November, the nation’s private sector gained over 150,000 jobs in February. Although the sector’s total job creation – 162,000 – was not large enough to lower the national unemployment rate, a majority of […]Read article

February BLS Report Surprises, Adds 175,000 Jobs to Economy

Source: BLS The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the February 2014 unemployment report which shows an overall gain of 175,000 jobs and the unemployment rate inching backup to 6.7%. This data surprised most experts, who forecasted around 150,000 jobs being added.  In […]Read article