Jobless rate depresses wages
- Our Growing Prosperity. // America;12/8/1928, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p199
The author questions the prosperity being forecasted given the growth in unemployment in the U.S. To prove the author's point, he or she provides figures comparing the 1928 employment figures against those of 1919 and 1923. The author relates the announcement that mill workers in Rhode Island...
- Non-Farm Payrolls Gain 57,000 in Sept. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;10/6/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31734, p2
Reports on the economic condition in the U.S. as of Monday 2003. Unemployment rate in the country; Average rate of wages in the country; Performance of the professional and business services in the country.
- Nonfarm payrolls up; jobless rate, too. Koning, Rachel // Bond Buyer;05/10/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30637, p2
Cites the increase in non-farm payrolls by 234,000 and in the unemployment rate to 4.3% as of April 1999, according to the United States Department of Labor.
- Stock market soars, while economy plods. Robinson, Elton // Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/ 1/2013, p2
The article discusses the record-breaking performance of the U.S. stock market despite sluggish economic growth. The federal debt is expected to exceed the size of the entire U.S. economy by 2024, an issue that has ignited heated congressional debate. Wage increases have slowed down and...
- United States Economy. // South Dakota Business Review;Dec99, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p2
Reports on the economic conditions of the United States for the second and third quarters of 1999. Percentage of growth in personal income; States with the fastest and slowest economic growth; Unemployment rate since August 1999.
- A jobless recovery? Ayers, Wayne M. // Westchester County Business Journal;12/31/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 53, p4
Comments on the labor market conditions after the economic downturn in the United States. Concern over the shape of eventual economic revovery; Forecast on repeating the so-called jobless recovery in business; Unemployment rate forecasted by economists; Importance of contingent or temporary...
- A NORMATIVE SOLUTION TO THE ECONOMIZING PROBLEM. Gallagher, Jerry Alan // Review of Human Factor Studies;Jun2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p36
The economic climate in the United States has reached near apocalyptic proportions. Unemployment is at an all time high and a significant portion of available homes are in foreclosure. There appears to be no foreseeable alternative to continued economic decline. Most economists have suggested...
- The Case for a Severe Recession. Godley, Wynne; Izurieta, Alex // Challenge (05775132);Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p27
The article discusses the structural imbalances in the U.S. economy which may result in a deep recession in the country. According to some economists the United States should now be prepared for one of the most severe and intractable recessions of the post-World War II period, with no natural...
- U.S. economy shows strong 1st-quarter growth. // Inside Tucson Business;05/29/2000, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p14
Presents an overview of the economy in the United States in the first quarter of 2000. Factors behind the economic growth; Decline in home resales in April 2000; Increase of overnight bank lending rate to slow down the economy; Unemployment rate; Rise in exports during the period.