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Courtesy of TruckPR It seems hard to believe with people still struggling to find work, but there are 600,000 jobs in U.S. manufacturing that aren't being filled because employers say they can't find applicants with adequate skills, according to a
Suburban poverty has grown faster than anywhere else in the country over the last decade, at a rate of 64% since 2000, according to "Confronting Suburban Poverty in America," a new book by the Brookings Institute. For the first time ever, the
Florida's economy added 9,570 private-sector jobs in April, the second-biggest jump behind Texas, according to estimates released Friday by payroll and employee benefits company ADP. Estimate by ADP may mean official data will climb The report -- the
May 7, 2013 Pittsburgh in springtime is an edible city. Multimedia Blossoms spangle the pear trees on the streets, the hills are covered with maples in leaf and vigorous spring greens like knotweed and dandelions push up through cracked asphalt.
A stronger-than-expected April rebound in job creation and recent dramatic discoveries of vast U.S. oil and gas reserves are helping to lift the American economy out its long funk. The economic good news is also drawing attention to the importance of
The pace of growth among U.S. service industries slowed slightly in April from March, the Institute for Supply Management said Friday. The Purchasing Managers Index for non-manufacturing businesses has shown growth for 38 consecutive months.
But slow job recoveries have become a defining trend of the past three recessions. It took the U.S. economy 37 months from the end of the 2001 recession to add back the jobs it lost. For the recession before that, which ended in 1991, it took 23
You frequently hear about the "manufacturing revolution" in America, but more and more it looks like bunk. Neil Irwin (via Ryan McArthy ) in today's Washington Post has a great line regarding the jobs report: Now, job creation is entirely confined to
U.S. factory activity expanded at a slower pace in April, held back by weaker hiring and less company stockpiling. The report is the latest sign that economic growth may be slowing this spring. The Institute for Supply Management said Wednesday its
Photos Nonfarm jobs in the Wichita area will rise 1.7 percent during 2013, for a total gain of nearly 5,000 jobs, according to a new analysis by the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University. The sector adding