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Too Much of a Good Thing

02 Dec 22
The U.S. job market may be too strong, despite headlines of tech layoffs and fears of recession. Employment gains exceeded expectations in November, while wage growth was super strong.
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Job openings fell to 10.3 million in October, an encouraging sign of declining ...demand after a rebound in September: https://hubs.li/Q01tGSFq0

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Despite being in the thick of the holiday shopping season, consumer spending has ...shifted away from retail 🛍️ What does this mean for recruiters hiring in the retail industry? Check out our October Labor Market Snapshot to learn more: https://hubs.li/Q01s-VMQ0

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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. Warehousing, in particular, is driving employment trends down.
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Construction Hints at Soft Landing

Construction is resilient against rising interest rates and stubbornly high inflation. The sector is a bright spot in the labor market: gains are steady but demand is relatively low, making a “soft landing” seem possible elsewhere.

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The Invisible Tech Layoffs

17 Nov 22
Recently, major tech companies have engaged in devastating layoffs. But, the tech sector is still adding jobs and jobless claims remain low.
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It Pays to Be Transparent

14 Nov 22
Pay transparency laws are sweeping the nation and changing the world of recruiting. How do these shifting norms impacts recruiters?
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