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Christine Lagarde Speech Global Economy 2015

Last Updated On: May 8, 2015 By: Nick Giammarino Global Reset Newsletter – CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE FREE NEWSLETTER Christine Lagarde recently delivered this speech regarding the global economy in 2015. 19 more words

International Monetary Fund

As Wages Keep Rising, So Does Employee Turnover

Want proof that the job market just keeps getting better (for employees and job seekers, anyway)? Full-time employees ages 25 to 34 got an average 10% pay hike if they changed jobs in the first quarter of this year, up from 8.3% in the last three months of 2015, according to the latest quarterly… 330 more words


Oregon's Total Employment Gap, March 2016

Last week’s employment report brought continued good news regarding Oregon’s labor market. The most commonly reported figure was an all-time record low unemployment rate in the state’s history. 435 more words


Four More Years Of This, Can Americans Handle It?

For those folks peddling fiction…..for everyone else, there’s this reality!

No child (or student, or poor person, or grandchild, or debt holder, or healthy person, or African American, or family, or renter, or homeowner, or college graduate (who can’t find a job in their field) left… 21 more words

Labor Force Participation in US - About half of the decline is attributable to the weakness of the economy rather than changes in demographics

Between 2007 and 2015, the LFPR dropped 3.4 percentage points, equivalent to over 8 million people leaving the labor force. About half of this decline is attributable to the weakness of the economy rather than changes in demographics. 212 more words

United States

Office of Economic Analysis Reblog: U.S. EPOP by Single Age

“A lot of focus in recent years has been on the labor force participation rate — the share of adults either with a job or looking for one — and with good reason… that being said, aging and shifting demographics have a…

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Changing A Generation A Challenge For America

For those old enough to remember the 1950’s you remember the typical American family where, you walked to school, mom stayed home and dad lived with you and had a job. 775 more words