november jobs report

The economy added 211,000 jobs in November.
Most recent figures on the economy have been encouraging. Americans are buying more cars, which will likely keep factories
Don't get me wrong: There's not much reason to grumble about 203,000 new nonfarm payroll jobs in November, on top of 200,000
The U.S. economy added 203,000 jobs in November, as the unemployment rate falls to 7.0 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Even with the looming fiscal cliff and the effects of Hurricane Sandy, the November jobs report contained some encouraging news: the number of jobs created was well above expectations at 146,000. November proved to be a mixed bag of good news and bad news.
Higher education and industries that support it are the reason these metropolitan areas are doing well. College towns across
The symbiosis of the business community is dependent on the strength of the individual parts. When one business prospers, it positively impacts businesses in its tangential community. Hiring is an essential part of this process.
The results were better than expected: The BLS reported that the economy added 146,000 jobs in November, far more than the
From the looks of the latest monthly snapshot of the American labor market released by the government on Friday, a long-bleak