Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey

The JOLTs report is the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey that tracks several trends in evaluating the labor market. Through JOLTs, we can see voluntary and involuntary separations from employment in addition to new job openings and hires that have taken place. Job openings from February to March have decreased 11.61% from 7.0 million to 6.19 million in total. …

The government definitely wanted to throw a big stick to keep the economy rolling.

It is hard not to start a market update with the following graph.  The economy of the United States is firmly in the hand of the people and their comfort with the state of the Coronavirus.  Ask yourself the following questions: 1.       When would you feel comfortable going to the grocery store? 2.       When would you feel comfortable enough to …

Job Openings and Labor Turnover

The JOLTs report is the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (as of February 2020) that tracks several trends in evaluating the labor market. Through JOLTs, we can see voluntary and involuntary separations from employment in addition to new job openings and hires that have taken place. Job openings from January to February have decreased by 130,000 from a rate …

Non-Farm Payrolls

Nonfarm payrolls give an overview of the overall employment outlook of the US economy; nonfarm payrolls do not include those employed in agriculture because of the seasonal nature of their work. This report obtains these numbers from 142,000 businesses and government agencies to track the new jobs added in non-farming sectors of the economy. The unemployment rate is at 3.5%, …

Change in Nonfarm Payrolls

Nonfarm payrolls give an overview of the overall employment outlook of the US economy; nonfarm payrolls do not include those employed in agriculture because of the seasonal nature of their work. This report obtains these numbers from 142,000 businesses and government agencies to track the new jobs added in non-farming sectors of the economy. The unemployment rate is at 3.5%, …