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Pay gains remain strong, but fewer workers are keeping up with rising prices.


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US Healthcare Labor Market Update 2022 Q2

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The Indeed Hiring Lab tracks employment trends in the Healthcare vertical, analyzing the latest Indeed and Bureau of Labor Statistics data.


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US Business-to-Business Labor Market Update 2022 Q2

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The Indeed Hiring Lab tracks employment trends in the Business-to-Business (B2B) vertical, analyzing the latest Indeed and Bureau of Labor Statistics data.


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March 2022 JOLTS Report: A Strong Job Seeker’s Market

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As of March, there were 1.9 job openings for every unemployed person.


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Domestic Interest in Summer Jobs Looks Sluggish

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But foreign interest in guest worker visas spikes.


A line graph titled “More workers are unretiring.” With a vertical axis from 1.5% to 3.5%, the graph shows the rate at which retired workers are employed a year later from January 2019 to March 2022. The line shows that ‘unretirement’ flows were 3.2% of all retired workers in February 2020. The rate then fell to 2.1% in June 2020 and slowly rose before speeding up in fall 2021. The unretirement rate was 3.2% as of March 2022.

‘Unretirements’ Continue to Rise as More Workers Return to Work

A line graph titled “More workers are unretiring.” With a vertical axis from 1.5% to 3.5%, the graph shows the rate at which retired workers are employed a year later from January 2019 to March 2022. The line shows that ‘unretirement’ flows were 3.2% of all retired workers in February 2020. The rate then fell to 2.1% in June 2020 and slowly rose before speeding up in fall 2021. The unretirement rate was 3.2% as of March 2022.
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The tight labor market, in combination with waning COVID-19 concerns and high inflation, are leading more people to leave retirement and reenter the workforce.