The March jobs report is out. Here's where it puts us in terms of economic recovery to pre-pandemic levels.
The January Jobs Report was released last week. Here are the highlights and what this report could mean for the US labor market.
The unemployment rate declined to 4.6%, the lowest since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Labor supply shortages and COVID-19 virus-related impacted job growth in September.
The August jobs report reveals that the U.S. economy added back jobs at a far slower pace, following an early-summer jump in employment.
The United States has come far since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but what does the future hold? In this installment of Advisor Commentary, Marc Bautis addresses leading indicators to better understand the future of the economy.
A better-than-expected jobs report for July shows hiring rose at its fastest pace in nearly a year.