- More jobs expected, survey says. Star, Marlene Givant // Pensions & Investments;7/24/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p8
Reports on the expected increase in employment as downsizing slows in larger companies in the United States, according to a quarterly survey of members of the Financial Executives Institute. Increase in workforce of larger companies; Creation of new jobs by smaller companies; Large company...
- Job openings and hires continue to show modest changes in 2011. Podgornik, Guy L. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep2012, Vol. 135 Issue 9, p28
JOLTS data indicate that labor market increases continued to be modest in 2011 after a year of similarly slow growth in 2010; total separations remained at or near historic lows in 2011
- Getting started. Sommers, Dixie // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Winter2009/2010, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p2
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on occupational groups who gain the most new jobs and job openings, one on the number of people in labor force in 2018 and one on the fastest growing industries.
- Running the employment numbers. Scarry, Donald M. // Business News New Jersey;11/30/98, Vol. 11 Issue 43, p12
Reports on the employment gains of New Jersey in October 1998. Percentage of unemployment rate; Number of workers in the state; Increase in retail trade employment; Factors contributing to the sound employment condition of the state.
- Where the jobs are. Greenwald, John; Allis, Sam // Time;1/20/1997, Vol. 149 Issue 3, p54
Discusses the employment market in the United States in 1997. How the employment opportunities reflect a tireless expansion and fundamental shifts in the workplace; High-technology labor shortages; Job-rich information industries; The importance of technology in accelerating the pace of changed...
- More jobs than workers? Bridgeforth Jr., Art // Crain's Detroit Business;6/03/96, Vol. 12 Issue 23, p1
Reports on labor shortage in Michigan. Problems for companies with expansion plans; Unemployment rate; employment recruitment strategies of companies.
- Corridor needs to step up for workforce. Airy, Pat // Corridor Business Journal;10/22/2012, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p28
The author discusses the need of people with disabilities to participate in the labor force because there are opportunities available for them and she also states that community members of the journal should work to enhance workforce delivery in Iowa.
- The Top 10 Hardest U.S. Jobs to Fill. // HR Magazine;Dec2011, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p84
The article presents a list of the ten hardest jobs in the U.S. to find employees for, which includes skilled trades, engineers, and information technology personnel.
- Job growth outstrips local population growth. Hadley, Mark // Business Journal (Central New York);11/26/99, Vol. 13 Issue 47, p1
Reports that the job market is growing more rapidly than the total population of Syracuse, New York, according to the New York Department of Labor. Decline in the labor force of Syracuse; Increase in number of employed people and the number of unemployed people looking for jobs.