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E-commerce giant Amazon is attracting job seekers from across the country as it hosts the nation’s largest career fair. Deirdre Bosa has more for us at that job fair in Arlington, Virginia.
With some retailers now increasing its seasonal hiring, what does this mean for the economy and investors? Mark Hamrick, a Senior Economic Analyst at Bankrate, gives us his analysis.
Amazon wants to add 30,000 people to its workforce, and it’s putting on major hiring events in six cities to recruit.
The pace of hiring was slowed in August and job gains in June and July were revised lower but a closer look shows a lot of positive signs for the American worker. Steve Liesman has more for us.
Joining us on the show is Beth Ann Bovino, Chief U.S. Economist at S&P Global Ratings, who gives us her perspective on the latest numbers of the August jobs’ report.
Arizona is just one state in the country that’s facing a physicians’ shortage. Why is that and what steps are being taken to solve this problem? Kate Rogers reports.
Job growth continued at a tepid pace in August, with nonfarm payrolls increasing by just 130,000 thanks in large part to the temporary hiring of Census workers, the Labor Department reported Friday.
The August jobs report showed weaker hiring overall as continued strength in the service sectors struggled to offset anemic manufacturing gains and losses in the mining and extraction industry.
Without the temporary hiring of Census workers, the disappointing August jobs report would have been even worse.
As America’s population ages and demand outpaces supply, a physician shortage is intensifying.
Brian Levitt, Global Market Strategist at Invesco, joins us on the show to give us his analysis on what to expect with the upcoming jobs report.
Company payrolls surged by 195,000 in August, well above Wall Street estimates and at a time when fears have been growing about a looming recession, according to a report Thursday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Our Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson joins us on set to talk about what you can do to keep your money safe and your personal finances in order during a volatile market like this.
Job seekers have the upper hand in today’s labor market — so much so that employers are beginning to be more flexible in order to bring on new talent.
The state of Vermont is giving incentives to entice people to live and work there. Kate Rogers reports how this state is trying to lure younger workers.