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Good Labor News! Employees Gain Confidence to Quit Jobs

jobsWe feel a little funny writing this but what the heck — good news!

Americans are quitting their jobs fast and furiously. Turnover is increasing.

Actually, as it turns out this is fantastic news for the economy. In fact, we’re quitting our jobs at the fastest pace since early 2008! Read more

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New Survey Shows Part-Time Workers Struggle to Find Full-Time Jobs

job searchAccording to a new CareerBuilder survey, although the unemployment rate continues to drop for full-time workers, part-time workers are still struggling to land jobs.

Per the survey, 32 percent of part-time workers indicated they want to work full-time but they haven’t been able to secure new gigs. One-fourth of part-time workers currently juggle two or more jobs to piece payments together.

The survey was conducted from August until early September and included 301 part-time workers across the country by representing various industries and company sizes. Read more

Good News! Monthly Jobs Report Shows Another Dip in Unemployment

ImproveJobProspectsWhat a way to end the week on a high note! The monthly jobs report was issued today and employment looks really good.

For the ninth consecutive month, more than 200,000 jobs were created. In October alone 214,000 new jobs were added. Plus, unemployment decreased to 5.8 percent. We should point out that’s the lowest it’s been in six years. Read more

New Survey Shows Global Job Seekers List America as Top Destination

independenceWhere would you relocate for your job? A beach in Hawaii perhaps? An office in downtown Berlin? (Oktoberfest’s on the mind, friends)

According to data released by The Boston Consulting Group and The Network, an alliance of global recruiting websites, more than 200,000 workers revealed a lot when it comes to their destination of choice.

For starters, out of the 189 countries included in the survey, nearly 64 percent would be willing to move to another country for their job. The most popular destination? The good ol’ U.S. Next came the U.K. and then Canada. Read more

Forecast Reveals Strong Hiring Throughout 2014

ImproveJobProspectsGood news for job seekers! If you’re in the market for a new gig, listen up.

Per a forecast published by CareerBuilder, almost three out of 10 employers plan to hire full-time employees prior to December 31.

This number is four percentage higher than last year’s data. Let’s not forget about seasonal opportunities either. One out of four employers anticipate hiring seasonal workers. This includes 43 percent of retailers. Read more

Monthly Jobs Report Showcases Excellent News

american-flag-2aThis morning the Department of Labor announced strong numbers.

In September employers added 248,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent — that’s the lowest since July 2008!

Hourly earnings rose as well although it sounds like they are at a snail’s pace. Naroff Economic Advisors’ economist Joel Naroff told USA Today, “The labor market is clearly tightening but there’s still no wage pressures. “When do businesses start dealing with labor shortages by raising wages?” Read more

On Cusp of Monthly Jobs Report, ADP Reports Good News

Job-SearchThe Department of Labor will release its monthly data tomorrow and ADP is sharing news that September turned out better than expected!

The payroll company says private sector hiring picked up a little in September. This marks the sixth consecutive month of gains surpassing 200,000. What does this mean exactly? According to a MarketWatch piece, this signifies a sign of strength and growth for our economy.

In September, the private sector added 213,000 jobs. In August they added 202,000 jobs. Economists originally expected a gain of 209,000 last month, so the actual number of 213,000 sounds pretty darn good to us!

Study: Majority of Employers Rally Around Minimum Wage Increase

moneyAccording to a new survey released by CareerBuilder, many employers support the notion of a minimum wage increase.

In fact, 62 percent of survey respondents think the minimum wage should be increased in their own state. We have to note that nine percent of respondents don’t think a minimum wage should be set at all. Read more

Monthly Jobs Report Shows Economy Plodding Along

relocate jobOn Friday the Department of Labor released its monthly data and let’s just say things seem to be plodding along.

Employers added 142,000 jobs in August which is below the 226,000 average increase from previous months. In addition, the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent which represents the lowest level in nearly six years. Read more

Research Shows Job & Lifestyle Pessimism After Great Recession

flagAlthough it’s a Tuesday and certainly feels like a Monday, we’ll take it! The countdown to the next weekend has begun and it definitely doesn’t feel like summer is over. At least that’s what we keep telling ourselves anyway. See where we’re going with this? Positivity.

We like to look at the bright side of things here at MediaJobsDaily which is why this new research study was a little hard to stomach. Yes, it’s reality but still a little too bleak for our taste.

Here’s why: The John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University released their research basically showing most Americans conclude our economy has permanently changed for the worse after the recession. Read more

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