Demands and counter-claims have characterized the debate over the employment and unemployment scenario in the country. Government and private agencies present various shades of data and information to prove a point. Based on the official dataset, it is seen that the government collects and collates employment data using various methodologies,Read More →

Experts predict a labor shortage will hamper economic growth this year. Employment in Finland continues to grow, with fixed-term contracts becoming increasingly popular. Image: Tiina Jutila/Yle Finland’s employment rate has continued to grow this year, according to data from Statistics Finland. But experts say the country has yet to solveRead More →

Imposing Alert Level 3 in Metro Manila and surrounding areas will always be helpful in securing the country’s economic recovery, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda). Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Karl Kendrick T. Chua said the stricter quarantine level in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Rizal, Cavite and otherRead More →

MOSES LAKE — Grant County’s economy may be showing signs of recovery after COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have slowed and in some cases closed businesses for the past 20 months, according to a report released Friday. by the Washington State Department of Employment Security. The unemployment rate in October 2021 wasRead More →

The September employment report was released on Friday and, as it did, in August, well below expectations and offered other evidence suggesting that the US economic recovery is slowing. Overall fair 194,000 new pays were added in September according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In addition, the labor force,Read More →

There were 44,000 more men and 59,000 women employed last month compared to August 2020. Image: Silja Viitala / Yle The employment rate trend in Finland reached 72.8% in August, according to Statistics Finland’s latest labor force survey, with 104,000 more people in employment compared to the same month lastRead 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 →

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 – 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 →

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 →