MEC for finance at KZN Nomusa Dube-Ncube KwaZulu-Natal has a high unemployment rate among its young people, at almost 60%. The Ministry of Education received the lion’s share of the provincial budget. The health department received the second-largest slice of the budget pie. KwaZulu-Natal Finance MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube is optimisticRead 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 →

Employment in Canada fell by 200,000 and the unemployment rate rose 0.5 percentage points to 6.5% in January, according to Statistics Canada. With the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and stricter public health measures implemented, capacity limits or closures have been reintroduced to retail stores and high-touch settingsRead More →

The unemployment rate for the Davenport-Moline-Rock Island metropolitan statistical area fell to an unadjusted 3.7% in December from a year ago, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Illinois Department of Employment Security. This is down from an unadjusted unemployment rate of 6.1% in December 2020. NotRead More →

The unemployment rate is one of the most important leading indicators of an economy. The CMIE Indian Economic Monitoring Center considers this indicator important for the country, states and Union Territories on a daily and monthly basis. According to the latest data from the CMIE, India has recorded a strongRead 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 →

* Photo: Çanakkale Gündem newspaper Click to read the article in Turkish The Research Center of the Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey (DÄ°SK-AR) released a report shortly after the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat), producing official statistics on Turkey, shared its “Statistics on the workforce “for September 2021. DÄ°SK-ARRead More →

For the fifth consecutive month, the national unemployment rate is down. According to Statistics Canada, 31,000 jobs were created in October, bringing the unemployment rate down to 6.7% from 6.9 previously. John McCallum, senior researcher at the University of Manitoba’s Asper School of Business, said Manitoba’s performance in October wasRead More →

The state’s economic climate continues to improve, a University of Kentucky economics professor told lawmakers on Wednesday, as more people enter the state’s workforce. The state’s unemployment rate is below the national average, British professor Michael W. Clark told members of the General Assembly’s interim committee on appropriations and revenues.Read More →

OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says the economy created 157,000 jobs in September, returning employment to pre-pandemic levels for the first time. The unemployment rate fell to 6.9% from 7.1% in August. According to Statistics Canada, the unemployment rate would have been 8.9% in September, down from 9.1% in August, ifRead 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 →

OTTAWA – The Canadian economy reached a milestone last month as employment returned to pre-pandemic levels for the first time, recouping the remainder of the three million jobs lost more than a year with a gain of 157,000 jobs in September. September’s earnings were prevalent and concentrated in full-time work,Read More →

The state’s economic climate continues to improve, a University of Kentucky economics professor told lawmakers on Wednesday, as more people enter the state’s workforce. The state’s unemployment rate is below the national average, British professor Michael W. Clark told members of the General Assembly’s interim committee on appropriations and revenues.Read More →

In Luxembourg, prejudices against the unemployed are unfortunately very strong and these stereotypes are “very dangerous”, according to Isabelle Schlesser, director of the National Employment Agency (Adem). In an interview on RTL Radio on Tuesday morning, Schlesser confirmed that “sometimes” employers wonder why a candidate is unemployed and, for thatRead More →

Employment edged up to 2 million in May-June, but was down again to around 1.8 million in September. Bombay: Employment increased by 8.5 million in September, led by the salaried employment category, as the unemployment rate fell to 6.9% during the month, the Monitoring Center of Mumbai said on Friday.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 →

SCOTLAND’s employment rate has improved with the easing of lockdown restrictions, according to the latest official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that the proportion of people aged 16 to 64 who are working increased by 0.2 percentage point to 74.1% between May and July. The unemployment rateRead More →

The unemployment rate continues to fall in Luxembourg and is gradually reaching pre-Covid-19 levels, while job vacancies are already above pre-pandemic levels. Nearly 20,000 residents were looking for work at the end of February. This is the last “peak” of the unemployment curve, which has been tending towards pre-crisis “normality”Read 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 →

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 →

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 →

With every half-full glass comes a half-empty glass. The good news is that we are out of the Great Recession and the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that our unemployment rate is 5.3%. Naturally, workers are more confident about the job prospects. Here’s the half-empty news: With thisRead More →