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The U.S. economy added 223,000 jobs in December. With significant gains across industries, 2022 was a year of steady, worker-centered growth.
Things are moving in the right direction, but there is still more to be done to ensure that workers of color have access to quality jobs and pathways to success.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones highlights five numbers from the latest jobs report and what they mean for the U.S. economy.
On Jan. 30, 2022, the minimum wage for federal contract workers will rise to $15/hour.
What the November jobs report reveals about the state of America’s working women.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones highlights five numbers from the November jobs report.
Though apprenticeships have a proven track record of producing strong results for both employers and workers, we still have a long way to go toward advancing equity in apprenticeship participation.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones shares takeaways from the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation report.
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.
Here are five numbers to help put the July jobs report in context.