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Newly released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) showed that inflation is skyrocketing at an even faster rate than predicted as it climbed to a nearly 40-year high.
Newly released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) showed that inflation is skyrocketing at an even faster rate than predicted as it climbed to a nearly 40-year high.
 
Hats off to the folks at Axios for creating a data map using new Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
Hats off to the folks at Axios for creating a data map using new Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
 
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released “The Employment Situation — April 2020” Friday stating the seasonally adjusted national unemployment rate was 14.7%.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released “The Employment Situation — April 2020” Friday stating the seasonally adjusted national unemployment rate was 14.7%.
 
While the term “fake news” may be of recent vintage, the phenomenon isn’t. For decades, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere have trafficked in poorly understood, misleading, or demonstrably false information
While the term “fake news” may be of recent vintage, the phenomenon isn’t. For decades, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere have trafficked in poorly understood, misleading, or demonstrably false information
 
One of the Administration's top priorities is providing more Americans the opportunity to obtain relevant education and skills that lead to a good job.
One of the Administration's top priorities is providing more Americans the opportunity to obtain relevant education and skills that lead to a good job.
 
While North Carolina's unemployment rate currently stands at just under 6 percent, some argue that problems in the state's labor market are worse than that one statistic would indicate.
While North Carolina's unemployment rate currently stands at just under 6 percent, some argue that problems in the state's labor market are worse than that one statistic would indicate.
 
According to a recent High Point University poll, North Carolinians feel better about the direction of the economy than they have in many years. According to just-released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Carolinians seem to have a pretty good grasp of what's going on in their jo
According to a recent High Point University poll, North Carolinians feel better about the direction of the economy than they have in many years. According to just-released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Carolinians seem to have a pretty good grasp of what's going on in their jo
 
When the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest jobs report on December 19, most North Carolina politicians, journalists, economists, and policy analysts immediately zeroed in on the state's recent performance.
When the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest jobs report on December 19, most North Carolina politicians, journalists, economists, and policy analysts immediately zeroed in on the state's recent performance.
 
If all you know about North Carolina's recent economic performance is what you get from Twitter feeds, partisan press releases, or brief mentions on television newscasts, then much of what you "know" is flat wrong.
If all you know about North Carolina's recent economic performance is what you get from Twitter feeds, partisan press releases, or brief mentions on television newscasts, then much of what you "know" is flat wrong.
 
Under the Bureau of Labor Statistics definition, discouraged workers are those who would otherwise be in the labor force but have gone so long without finding a job that they have stopped looking. According to critics of North Carolina's July 2013 exit from extended benefits under the...
Under the Bureau of Labor Statistics definition, discouraged workers are those who would otherwise be in the labor force but have gone so long without finding a job that they have stopped looking. According to critics of North Carolina's July 2013 exit from extended benefits under the...
 
If you are even an occasional reader of this space, you know that I put very little stock in "best places for business" lists. There are too many of them, reflecting too many different and mutually incompatible methodologies. They produce conflicting information and often bear little relationship...
If you are even an occasional reader of this space, you know that I put very little stock in "best places for business" lists. There are too many of them, reflecting too many different and mutually incompatible methodologies. They produce conflicting information and often bear little relationship...
 
When I go on the air or in front of audiences to discuss North Carolina's sluggish economy, one response I often hear is that the problem isn't really statewide. The state's major metropolitan areas are doing fine, I am assured, while it's the rural areas that are truly struggling to produce new...
When I go on the air or in front of audiences to discuss North Carolina's sluggish economy, one response I often hear is that the problem isn't really statewide. The state's major metropolitan areas are doing fine, I am assured, while it's the rural areas that are truly struggling to produce new...
 
In an appearance Wednesday on News 14 Carolina's "Capital Tonight," North Carolina Association of Educators lobbyist Brian Lewis argued that salaries for entry-level teachers in the state were inadequate. At $30,800, newly hired teachers in North Carolina are paid less than fast-food managers...
In an appearance Wednesday on News 14 Carolina's "Capital Tonight," North Carolina Association of Educators lobbyist Brian Lewis argued that salaries for entry-level teachers in the state were inadequate. At $30,800, newly hired teachers in North Carolina are paid less than fast-food managers...
 
That's one way to interpret the current trend of the Index of North Carolina Leading Economic Indicators. Produced every month by N.C. State University economist Michael Walden, the index combines five indicators that tend to correlate with economic growth over time: initial unemployment-insurance c
That's one way to interpret the current trend of the Index of North Carolina Leading Economic Indicators. Produced every month by N.C. State University economist Michael Walden, the index combines five indicators that tend to correlate with economic growth over time: initial unemployment-insurance c
 
It's been over 30 years since I finished my college education, where I majored in health-related fields. I found satisfaction in pursuing a long-held interest in medical science and saw how degrees in these areas were almost a guarantee of stable employment.
It's been over 30 years since I finished my college education, where I majored in health-related fields. I found satisfaction in pursuing a long-held interest in medical science and saw how degrees in these areas were almost a guarantee of stable employment.
 
"Great News on Jobs" crowed The Washington Post. The government reports that 236,000 jobs were "created" in February and the unemployment rate fell from 7.9 to 7.7 percent.
"Great News on Jobs" crowed The Washington Post. The government reports that 236,000 jobs were "created" in February and the unemployment rate fell from 7.9 to 7.7 percent.
 
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly in July, to a seasonally adjusted 8.3 percent, even though the employment survey showed the largest seasonally adjusted job gain in five months.
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly in July, to a seasonally adjusted 8.3 percent, even though the employment survey showed the largest seasonally adjusted job gain in five months.
 
The U. S. Department of Labor has asked an outside agency to review the security controls designed to prevent early access to monthly employment data safeguarded by the federal government.
The U. S. Department of Labor has asked an outside agency to review the security controls designed to prevent early access to monthly employment data safeguarded by the federal government.
 
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