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Today, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 194,000 jobs in the month of September, and the unemployment rate was 4.8 percent, down from 5.2 percent in August.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones shares takeaways from the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation report.
Employers: Expand your workforce and earn a tax credit by hiring from certain groups. The right talent is waiting for you.
With an average growth of 750,000 jobs in the last three months and the lowest unemployment rate since the pandemic began, the Biden Administration is continuing to get Americans back to work.
We’re still making our way towards pre-pandemic employment strength, and while there’s still plenty of work to do, August’s report included some positive indicators.
At the Department of Labor, we focus on protecting the health and safety of workers as we carefully reopen our economy. And we are also here to support you if you’re looking for your next job opportunity.
This robust and sustained job growth is built on the Biden-Harris administration’s progress getting people vaccinated and investing in America’s workers, businesses and communities.
Here are five numbers to help put the July jobs report in context.
A new toolkit explores common concerns and provides resources for people with disabilities as they seek to obtain or maintain employment and financial stability.
Today, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 850,000 jobs in the month of June, and the unemployment rate was 5.9 percent, compared to 5.8 percent in May.