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Demography is Destiny

16 Mar 23
The post-pandemic labor market has been extremely tight with many vacancies left unfilled.
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Following Silicon Valley Bank's implosion and the latest 🔥 ...inflation report, the Fed has a dilemma: alleviate financial distress or continue the battle against entrenched inflation?

Here's my @recruitonomics deep dive: https://recruitonomics.com/the-feds-dilema-financial-distress-or-entrenched-inflation/

If 2022’s #labormarket was defined by unpredictability, hopefully ...2023 will be characterized by a “rebalancing.” @samrkuhn takes a further look into the three industries that stood out the most in 2022, and what their likely path will be this year. ➡️ https://hubs.li/Q01F4DSy0

Consumer and business confidence in the #UK are now increasing again ...as the near-term economic outlook is not as bad as forecasters believed just a few months ago. Read the full article from Recruitonomics contributor @JuliusProbst to learn more! 👇 https://hubs.li/Q01DH21H0

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During what should have been the busiest hiring season of the year, the retail sector lost employment as consumer demand shifted and inflation changed the holiday shopping landscape.
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Why the Warehousing Industry Lost 20,000 Jobs

Transportation and Warehousing, which was a powerhouse sector during the pandemic recession recovery, has slowed considerably. Consumer demand has shifted, changing the demand for labor in the sector. 

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The Fed’s Dilemma: Financial Distress or Entrenched Inflation?

14 Mar 23
Silicon Valley Bank’s failure from a lightning-quick bank run on March 10, the second largest in US history, has spooked financial markets.

Hitting The Snooze Button on the Recession Alarm Clock 

10 Mar 23
In February, the U.S. economy added 311,000 jobs, exceeding market expectations. Job gains and the labor market overall remain very strong.
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