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The Line: 531,000 Jobs Added in October
The Line: employment rose by 531,000 in October, beating the consensus estimate of 450,000. The unemployment rate also beat expectations.
The Line: Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to a Pandemic-Era Low
The Line: Initial claims for unemployment fell to 290,000 during the week ending October 16th, their lowest level since March 14, 2020.
The Line: September 2021 Job Creation Disappoints, But It’s Not All Bad News
While U.S. job growth is low, current unemployment rates remain low and wages have rose. Read more in the latest edition of The Line.
The Line: U.S. Job Market Booms Amid an Uncertain Future
The U.S. beat the Dow Jones forecast for new jobs in July. Read more for additional insights on the current job market and its future.
The Line: Inflation Surges Again in June
BHS Chief Economist Gregory Heym provides his latest economic overview, which covers the recent jump in inflation and money supply.
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