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13 Nov 2015 (AFR) - Australia riding best jobs growth in five years, but trust in figures still low

(13 November 2015, AFR, p3, by Jacob Greber )

‘ The labour market is on track to post the best year of jobs growth in five years, with tentative signs the stubbornly high unemployment rate may have started a long-hoped for decline. 36 more words

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Gov. Scott Touts Job Growth In Dade, Broward

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami and Ft. Lauderdale metro areas had some of the state’s largest job growth in the last year, according to Gov. 302 more words


Housing Poised to Pick Up

Housing should accelerate in coming months and quarters. Even with the extra growth, the sector will fall far short of past booms and hardly offer the general economy enough of a fillip to change the slow-growth nature of the overall recovery. 1,008 more words

Why Fixed Investment is Critical to the US Recovery

The financial sector normally acts as a conduit, channeling savings from private investors to the corporate sector. When the conduit works effectively, the injection of demand from corporate Investment is sufficient to offset the ‘leakage’ from demand caused by Savings. 221 more words

US & Canada

Under A Labor Government Qld Added  6,200 Full Time Jobs In May

In yet another sign that Labor is getting the state’s economy back on track Queensland added 6,200 full-time jobs last month. Under the QldLNP, Queensland lost 6 full time jobs a day. 265 more words

Australian News

6 June 2015 (NYTimes) - Strong (US) Job Growth Data Eases Concerns After Winter Dip in Economy

(6 June 2015, New York Times online, By PATRICIA COHEN)

‘You could almost hear the sighs of relief. Worries about the American economy’s momentum were blunted on Friday by the government’s announcement that… 23 more words

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Some Answers on the Jobs Market

One of the most troubling aspects of this generally troubling recovery is the atypically slow pace of employment growth. Until relatively recently, the economy was creating new jobs at a slower pace than even the so-called “jobless recovery” of earlier in this century. 1,142 more words