• Jobenomics Analysis of June 2017 U.S. Employment Reports

    Executive Summary: The two primary sources for U.S. labor force data are the monthly U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Employment Situation Summary, a monthly summary of all U.S. government and private sector employment, and the ADP National Employment Report, a monthly survey of employment by 400,000 U.S. private sector businesses by the ADP Research Institute in collaboration with Moody’s Analytics. Recent U.S. Labor Force Gains and Losses (BLS Data) In regard to the working population, the BLS Employment Situation ...
  • Analysis of May 2017 U.S. Employment Reports

    Executive Summary:  May’s employment reports painted a mixed picture for the Trump Administration.   The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Employment Situation Summary stated in May 2017 the United States produced a total of 138,000 new jobs—a number well below the 250,000 new job standard advocated by most economists.  However, the ADP National Employment Report summary reported that the U.S. private sector created 253,000 new jobs of which 77.5% were generated by American small businesses.    In regard to the ...
  • Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016

    Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016 By: Chuck Vollmer 28 October 2016 Jobenomics reports on U.S. unemployment and employment statistics, characteristics and trends.  This 70-page Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016 report focuses on the unemployed and underemployed, labor force losses, economic sustainability, income inequality, voluntary workforce departures and non-working population, welfare, and the small business creation solution.  The 140-page Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q3 2016 report focuses on the employed and working population, U.S. labor force gains, economic growth, ...