Where The Jobs Are

Deirdre Bosa reports from San Francisco about big changes could be coming for millions of California workers starting on January 1st.

Joining us on the show is Matthew Bidwell, Professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, who gives us his analysis on how a new California law regarding freelance workers may impact the overall economy.

United States Steel headed for one of its worst days of the year on Friday after it cut its dividend to 1 cent, warned that fourth-quarter profit losses will be worse than expected and announced plans to lay off about 1,500 workers at a Michigan plant.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., released a $10.7 trillion plan Friday that would rebuild the economy using “100% clean energy” and create 10.6 million union jobs.

ZipRecruiter identified the hottest job markets across the country, based on the growing number of job postings and median wage, among other criteria.

The government reported Friday that payrolls increased by 266,000, easily besting the 187,000 estimate economists polled by Dow Jones had forecast. The unemployment rate ticked back down to 3.5%, matching an earlier 2019 low that at the time was the lowest since 1969.

After lagging in the market, health care is making a come back and the outlook could be just what long term investors are looking for. More now to talk about this sector is Damien Conover, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.

Our Morgan Brennan is in Huntsville, Alabama for us where that city is looking for big growth which includes ties to the aerospace and defense sectors.

The Trump administration is hurting American jobs and companies by blacklisting Chinese telecom giant Huawei on what it believes are risks to U.S. national security, the chief security officer of Huawei USA told CNBC on Tuesday.

Job openings hit their lowest level in 18 months in September as the labor market continued to tighten, according to a Labor Department release on Tuesday.

Kayla Tausche has a special report as she takes a trip to the Rust Belt part of the country to see what manufactures and workers there feel about their changing industry.

Steve Liesman has more for us on how we saw surprisingly strong numbers from the latest jobs report.

Joining us on the show is Ethan Harris, Head of Global Economic Research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, who gives us his analysis on the latest strong jobs report and how it will impact Wall Street.

Kate Rogers reports on the challenges some companies are facing when it comes to finding workers to protect against hackers.

The October 2019 employment report showed U.S. companies collectively added way more jobs than expected during the month, as robust gains in leisure and hospitality and persistent strength in health care offset expected softness in manufacturing.