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The latest estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show about 251,000 North Carolinians unemployed as of April, down about 58,000 since the beginning of 2021.
The latest estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show about 251,000 North Carolinians unemployed as of April, down about 58,000 since the beginning of 2021.
 
The booming economy and strong labor market allow Americans of all backgrounds to find work and succeed.
 
North Carolina's labor market ended 2016 on a strong note. Total employment in the state hit 4,360,200 jobs in December, up two percent from the December 2015 figure
North Carolina's labor market ended 2016 on a strong note. Total employment in the state hit 4,360,200 jobs in December, up two percent from the December 2015 figure
 
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.
 
The answer is obvious. It's a minimum wage increase that prices competition out of the market while exempting companies with a unionized work force.
The answer is obvious. It's a minimum wage increase that prices competition out of the market while exempting companies with a unionized work force.
 
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Carolina added some 11,000 jobs in April and nearly 107,000 jobs over the 12-month period. That's a annual growth rate in payroll employment of 2.6 percent, which exceeds the national and Southeastern averages (each 2.2 percent).
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Carolina added some 11,000 jobs in April and nearly 107,000 jobs over the 12-month period. That's a annual growth rate in payroll employment of 2.6 percent, which exceeds the national and Southeastern averages (each 2.2 percent).
 
When governors and state legislatures make their economies freer - through tax relief, regulatory relief, and labor-market reforms - who stands to benefit?
When governors and state legislatures make their economies freer - through tax relief, regulatory relief, and labor-market reforms - who stands to benefit?
 
North Carolina has a genuine teacher recruitment and retention crisis. But it has nothing to do with tales of teacher discontent spun by the mainstream media, special-interest groups, and teacher unions.
North Carolina has a genuine teacher recruitment and retention crisis. But it has nothing to do with tales of teacher discontent spun by the mainstream media, special-interest groups, and teacher unions.
 
The debate about recent economic growth in North Carolina has a peculiar dynamic. Democrats who think President Barack Obama's economic policies have succeeded are simultaneously claiming that the economic policies of North Carolina's legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory are failing. Republicans who...
The debate about recent economic growth in North Carolina has a peculiar dynamic. Democrats who think President Barack Obama's economic policies have succeeded are simultaneously claiming that the economic policies of North Carolina's legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory are failing. Republicans who...
 
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.
 
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
 
"Gloom, despair, and agony on me," sang the corn-pone troubadours of "Hee Haw," TV's long-running variety show. "Deep, dark depression, excessive misery. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, despair, and agony on me."
"Gloom, despair, and agony on me," sang the corn-pone troubadours of "Hee Haw," TV's long-running variety show. "Deep, dark depression, excessive misery. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, despair, and agony on me."
 
President Obama has announced that, through executive order, he will be changing the rules regarding which employees have to be given overtime pay for working more than 40 hours per week. Under current regulations, all hourly employees who work more than 40 hours must be paid...
President Obama has announced that, through executive order, he will be changing the rules regarding which employees have to be given overtime pay for working more than 40 hours per week. Under current regulations, all hourly employees who work more than 40 hours must be paid...
 
Last Friday, some 44,000 discouraged North Carolina workers suddenly disappeared... Relax. It's not as mysterious and tragic as it sounds. What happened was that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its long-awaited revision of five years of household-employment data for North Carolina...
Last Friday, some 44,000 discouraged North Carolina workers suddenly disappeared... Relax. It's not as mysterious and tragic as it sounds. What happened was that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its long-awaited revision of five years of household-employment data for North Carolina...
 
According to liberal critics of Gov. Pat McCrory and the leadership of the General Assembly, the state should be losing its attraction as a place to do business. Our economy should be suffering from inadequate demand, thanks to state budget cuts. The passage of the marriage amendment and abortion...
According to liberal critics of Gov. Pat McCrory and the leadership of the General Assembly, the state should be losing its attraction as a place to do business. Our economy should be suffering from inadequate demand, thanks to state budget cuts. The passage of the marriage amendment and abortion...
 
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