Why Work in Medical Device

Healthcare worker, 40s, preparing CT scannerThe U.S. is the global leader in medical devices with a market size of $110 billion that is expected to reach $133 billion in 2016. And it will continue to grow. From an increase in demand to the constant churn of new […]Read article

Retail sales and importation rose in November

As the end of 2012 quickly approaches, Asia Pacific’s economic forecast remains cloudy. Unemployment is still well above average in many nations, business and consumer confidence is lower than usual, and, as has been the case in recent months, Mother Nature continues […]Read article

Regional economic recovery remains sluggish

Last month, economists were encouraged by EMEA’s fiscal figures, as regional business and consumer confidence rose in October, while consumer prices remained stable. Such news was certainly welcomed by global economists and regional governmental officials, in the midst of Europe’s double-dip recession.Read article

National inflation and unemployment remains high

On December 7th, the BLS released its final “The Employment Situation” report of 2012, just four weeks after Superstorm Sandy struck the northeastern United States. The hurricane was anticipated to negatively impact national employment figures, potentially leading to thousands of layoffs, but, […]Read article

Despite Sandy, hiring continues to rise

In early November, the BLS released one of its most positive jobs reports in recent memory, “The Employment Situation – October 2012.” Although many global economists were pleased with the report’s statistics, as 184,000 new private sector jobs were generated in October, […]Read article

Regional unemployment remains low

Back in October, the United States’ national unemployment rate remained below eight percent for the second consecutive month, as the economy generated 171,000 new jobs – the fourth straight month in which more than 100,000 jobs were created. Therefore, the results of […]Read article