Friday, February 10, 2012

Job creation

  • In a year born into nationwide recession and a job market that seems to be recovering at a glacial pace, it is no surprise that anxiety would lie in the work force.
  • (Anniston Star)
  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Job creation is accelerating throughout the economy, giving President Barack Obamas reelection bid a boost and increasing the chances the jobless rate could improve faster than the Federal Reserve expects. U.S.
  • (Reuters UK)
  • Gov. Chris Christie may be claiming that a Jersey Comeback is under way, but state Sen. Barbara Buono claims the state was 45th in the nation for job creation as of a few months ago.
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  • In 2011, 31 percent of U.S. workers reported that their employers were hiring, according to Gallups Job Creation Index. Only 18 percent said that their employers were laying workers off.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • With a few exceptions, industrialized nations are still struggling with unemployment, unable to recover completely from the 2008 economic crisis. In the U.S. things seem to be improving as the unemployment rate fell in January to 8.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Jay Inslee said Monday that he wants to demand "fundamental reforms" to make state government "more focused on the principal job of the state of Washington, which is job creation." ["Inslee unveils agenda for jobs," NWTuesday, Feb. 7].
  • (Seattle Times)
  • The Washington, D.C., area has a lot to crow about in the Bureau of Labor Statistics latest forecasts for job creation in the next ten years.
  • (Atlantic Online)
  • The current political fervor over class warfare, vulture capitalism, paying your fair share, 99 percent vs. the 1 percent, capital gains vs.
  • (The Spokesman-Review)
  • Johannesburg - South African President Jacob Zuma on Thursday promised to bring down the countrys unemployment rate and said he was committed to the key mining sector.
  • (Monsters and Critics)
  • U.S. employers added 240,000 jobs in January, and the national jobless rate slipped to 8.3 percent from 8.5 percent in December. The U.S.
  • (Kansas City Star)

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