Job Growth Slows

Job Growth Slows

From MarketWatch.com: The numbers: The U.S. created just 75,000 new jobs in May and employment gains earlier in the spring were scaled back, an ominous turn that points to a slowing economy and is likely to put more pressure on the Federal Reserve to cut interest...
US Jobs Machine Continues To Hum

US Jobs Machine Continues To Hum

The Numbers: The U.S. added 263,000 new hires in April, easily beating Wall Street expectations of 190,000. The unemployment rate fell to 3.6% vs. 3.8% expected and the lowest since December 1969. More:  The U.S. jobs machine kept humming along in April, adding a...
Hiring Rebounds

Hiring Rebounds

Key bit:    The U.S. created 196,000 new jobs last month after a swoon in February, an encouraging gain that hints growth in the economy is ready for a revival. Hiring increased in most major segments of the economy, most notably health care and white-collar firms....
February Jobs Numbers Disappoint

February Jobs Numbers Disappoint

The lede:   Total nonfarm payroll employment changed little in February (+20,000), and the unemployment rate declined to 3.8 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Employment in professional and business services, health care, and wholesale trade...