N.Y.C. Job Growth
- Seasonal Adjustment. // Employment & Earnings;Jan2004, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p308
Discusses several seasonal adjustments which affects the statistical trend of labor force in the U.S. Sample of seasonal events; Seasonal adjustment program used to reflect changes in household data; Explanation concerning variable survey intervals.
- Unseen employment issues. Dunn, Richard L. // Plant Engineering;Oct2003, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p10
Comments on the issue of job employment level in the U.S. Prospect of improvement in the business conditions of the country; Statistics of survey respondents on the issue of searching for job opportunities; Factors in the development of employee loyalty to the company.
- EMPLOYMENT. // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/16/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p28
Presents data on employment levels in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area as of May 2005.
- Policies to raise employment. // OECD Economic Surveys: Poland;Jun2004, Vol. 2004 Issue 8, p97
Focuses on policies to increase employment levels in Poland in 2004. Discussion of social assistance programs in the country; Recommendations on how to improve employment prospects for youth and individuals with limited skills; Issues which should be considered in improving the functioning of...
- U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Labor. // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Labor;2004 1st Quarter, p195
This article focuses on the labor market and the rate of employment in the U.S. Over the past 12 months, the economy has added a net 122,000 jobs. But permanent hiring is down, with temporary help services employment up a whopping 198,000 during the same period. Since employment bottomed in...
- Job numbers up. Soule, Alexander // Fairfield County Business Journal;10/29/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 44, p7
The article reports on the trends in the employment sector in Fairfield County, Connecticut. In September 2007, the county generated 6,700 more jobs compared with the previous year. For statewide concerns, Connecticut increased its job record to 1,702,600 positions, with the biggest...
- Regional Variation in Job Creation and Destruction. Bauer, Paul W.; Yoonsoo Lee // Economic Commentary;9/15/2007, p1
The article examines the flexibility of the labor market in the U.S. States have varied rates of flexibility which is measured as the amount of excess reallocation of labor. It is revealed that higher rates of flexibility are correlated with higher growth rates for both output and employment....
- WHERE HAVE ALL THE JOBS GONE? GROSS JOB FLOWS IN ESTONIA. Masso, Jaan; Eamets, Raul; Philips, Kaia // University of Tartu - Faculty of Economics & Business Administra;2004, Issue 28, p3
Analyzes the gross job flows and their determinants in Estonia from 1995 to 2001 using a database from the Estonian Business Registry. Reasons for the heterogeneity of firm performance and job flows in Estonia; Patterns of job creation and destruction in Estonia; Institutional framework and...
- Change, Innovation, and Job Generation. BIRCH, DAVID L. // Journal of Labor Research;Winter89, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p33
This article focuses on the effect of technological innovation and change on job creation in the U.S. and Europe. In discussing job-creation and in comparing that process in the United States with European countries, several points should be made. First, job growth in the U.S. is based on...