Employers nationwide added 235,000 jobs last month, while forecasters expected 750,000. TYLER, Texas – New employment data from the US Department of Labor shows new hire rates are well below expectations – more than three times lower. Help-seeking signs are scattered throughout East Texas. Denise Sanders, owner of Topp’s Pizza,Read More →

Figures provided by both Statistics Finland and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment show a marked improvement in the employment situation in Finland. Image: Tiina Juutila / Yle The employment rate trend in Finland reached 72.7% in July, the highest level since February 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemicRead More →

August 4, 2021 – The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has threatened jobs like never before, countries that rely heavily on tourism are suffering unimaginable uncertainty. Croatia is one of them. However, things are slowly recovering and Zagreb County’s employment rate has increased. The economic problems in Croatia were not “born” whenRead More →

FINLAND has withstood the economic and social crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic better than expected on several fronts, including employment. Statistics Finland Tuesday revealed that the ranks of those employed increased by 121,000 year-on-year to reach 2,677,000 in June, which, after adjusting for random and seasonal variations, translates intoRead More →

SEOUL, May 18 (Yonhap) – The employment rate of North Korean defectors in South Korea fell 3.8 percentage points last year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the coronavirus pandemic said on Tuesday. Ministry of Unification. The ministry released the latest data from a new master plan on settlement assistance for NorthRead More →

Photo file MANILA – The reopening of the economy and increased spending on infrastructure are expected to further boost the country’s employment figures, which performed better from March 2021. The Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Thursday that the unemployment rate fell from 8.8% last February to 7.1% last March,Read More →

68% worrying employment rate, according to the deputy SDLP. The MP for Foyle said young adults in the city in particular were severely affected by what she described as a growing unemployment crisis. According to the latest labor market statistics, the employment rate (the percentage of working-age adults with aRead More →

Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment data fell three-tenths of a percentage point from 4.9% in December 2020 to 4.6% in January 2021, according to a report released March 15 by the Services Division. of the Arkansas workforce. The unemployment rate for December 2020 has been revised upwards from 4.2% to 4.9%.Read More →

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — State officials say Minnesota’s unemployment rate fell slightly last month as more Minnesotans left the labor force and the state cut nearly 50,000 jobs during the lockdown. a week of enhanced restrictions against COVID-19. The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) reported Thursday that theRead More →

The employment rate of Singaporean citizens has increased in 10 years, as has the share of Professionals, Managers, Managers and Technicians (PMETs) among working Singaporeans. Their median real income, which takes inflation into account, has also grown faster than that of the overall resident labor force, which includes permanent residentsRead More →

SINGAPORE: Aided by efforts to increase the employability of older workers, the employment rate of Singapore citizens increased from 60% in June 2009 to 63.6% in June 2019. Singaporeans also saw income growth over the same period, while more worked as professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs), according to anRead More →

SINGAPORE – The employment rate of Singaporean citizens has increased over the past decade, as has the share of Professionals, Managers, Managers and Technicians (PMETs) among working Singaporeans. Their median real income has also grown faster relative to the total resident workforce – which includes permanent residents – while citizenRead More →

Two weeks ago, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the country’s employment rate in July 2019 was estimated at 94.6% or an unemployment rate of 5.4%. Three years earlier in 2016, when the current administration began, the employment and unemployment rates were placed at the same rates in JulyRead More →