Leading economists are anticipating sluggish economic growth, weak wage gains and slowing hiring rates for the next two years.
Newly released statistics from the Bureau of Labor show union membership continuing to fall. Union participation is now at a 100 year low.
The number of oil and gas jobs in the U.S. climbed to 196,300 in November, reaching the highest level since February 1988, according to Friday’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) monthly jobs report.
President Barack Obama famously blamed the bad economy on a struggling public sector, but a new Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report shows that pink slips have slowed among government workers, while jumping across much of private industry.
At least two economists at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) have contributed to President Barack Obama’s campaign.
The United States economy lost 16,000 manufacturing jobs in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday, on top of the 22,000 lost in August.