A measure of job prospects in the U.S. rose in April, indicating the world’s largest economy will continue to create jobs.
A measure of U.S. job prospects in March declined for the first time in six months, indicating a pause in the recent progress of the labor market.
Following is the text of U.S. employment trends index from the Conference Board.
At Industrial Builders Inc., Paul Diederich plans to boost payrolls about 10 percent this year.
A measure of job prospects in the U.S. climbed in February by the most in a year, showing a strengthening labor market.
A measure of job prospects in the U.S. rose in December for a third straight month, indicating the labor market will strengthen in the first half of 2012.
A measure of job prospects in the U.S. fell in March, the first decline in 10 months, a sign labor-market gains may decelerate.
A measure of job prospects in the U.S. weakened in May to the lowest level in four months, as employers slowed hiring because of economic uncertainty.
A measure of job prospects in the U.S. fell in January for the first time in four months as more Americans said jobs were harder to get.
A measure of job prospects fell in November for the second time in the past three months, indicating the U.S. job market will cool.
"Despite the decline in March, the Employment Trends index is still signaling moderate job growth in the coming months."
- Gad Levanon on Apr 08, 2013