There's little common ground on how Republicans and Democrats view the labor market and what policies they support, according to new survey findings. But when rating their own personal circumstances, the big divide is not partisan loyalties, but likelihood to vote.


State of the Labor Market

September Jobs Report Preview: Which Industries Have Prospered in the Decade Since the Financial Crisis?

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September marked the tenth anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers. The country plunged into the […]


Occupation Spotlight

Seasonal Job Postings Are Lagging Behind Last Year

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On Indeed, US seasonal job postings through mid-September are 21% below last year’s level, but they are tracking or exceeding the levels in 2015 and 2016. This year’s slowdown primarily reflects a shortfall in seasonal postings for nonsales jobs. Seasonal openings might be lower this year because more of those jobs are becoming permanent, another sign of a strengthening job market.


Occupation Spotlight

How Has the Financial Industry Shifted Since Lehman Brothers?

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While New York’s prominence is unlikely to be challenged anytime soon, other localities are luring finance jobs to new places.


State of the Labor Market

The US Labor Market Is Changing Fast — But Job Seekers Are Keeping Up

The distribution of jobs in 2018 is nearly 25% different than it was just four years ago.


International, State of the Labor Market

Interest in US Jobs Falls from Latin America, but Rises from Some Muslim-Majority Countries

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Overall interest in US-based jobs from abroad hasn’t changed much over the past two years, but trends for Latin American and Muslim-majority countries stand out.


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