Labor Market Remains Red Hot

In May, U.S. employers were still eager to hire, which fueled a red-hot job market that is still keeping recession 

Employers posted 11.3 million job openings in that month, down from a peak of 11.8 million in March and 11.4 million in April...

Roughly 4.3million Americans quit or changed jobs in May, reflecting a job market where workers continue to have the upper hand...

Even though the economy is getting worse, hiring is still going well. Gas, groceries, and other goods are more expensive than...

Fears like these have scared investors and hurt the financial markets. Oil prices fell as much as 10% on Tuesday, and for the first time since...

The strong labor market and low unemployment rate — at a pandemic low of 3.6 percent — have remained a source of optimism... 

Fed officials say they expect the job market to remain strong but worry that risks to the economy are rising, according to details...

After adding at least 400,000 jobs every month for almost a year, U.S. employers added a huge 390,000 jobs...

The next big test comes Friday morning, when the Labor Department reports June employment figures...

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The rapid rebound comes after more than 20 million people lost their jobs in the first months of the pandemic...