Job Openings Fall to 9-Month Low

In the first of four major employment reports this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported job openings in the U.S. fell at the fastest rate in more than two years, to a nine-month low. Despite the drop, overall job market conditions remain tight.

Job Openings Fall, But Still Outnumber Workers

In the first of four major jobs reports this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported despite a sharp drop in job openings in May, they still easily outdistanced the number of people looking for work.

JOLTS Report: Record Quits, Job Openings

The number of U.S. job openings reached a series high 11.5 million on March’s last business day, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday.

Job Openings Dip; Employees Retain Upper Hand For Now

In the first of four major employment reports this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Tuesday reported job openings fell slightly in February, while another 4.1 percent of Americans quit their jobs—showing while employees continue to retain the upper hand in a volatile housing market, that grip could be starting to slip.

JOLTS Report Shows Workers Retain Upper Hand

It’s not exactly a workers’ paradise, but with businesses struggling to hire employees and the “Great Resignation” in full swing, workers still have the upper hand, albeit a little less so than previously, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

‘Great Resignation’ Shows No Signs of Slowing

Nearly 11 million jobs remained open and nearly 6 million more Americans left their jobs in December—signaling the “Great Resignation” shows no signs of stopping, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday.