• Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: 5 May 2017

    Executive Summary:  The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Employment Situation Summary stated that in April 2017 the United States produced 211,000 new jobs.  The ADP National Employment Report summary reported 177,000 new jobs.  Both numbers are below the 250,000 monthly new job threshold set by most economists.  In regard to unemployment situation, the BLS reported 146,000 less people “officially unemployed”, which was offset by 162,000 voluntary departures from the labor force to alternative lifestyles or public assistance.  Last month’s ...
  • Jobenomics Erie

    For more information go to: JobenomicsErie.com Jobenomics Erie’s focus is on mass producing micro-businesses and jobs with emphasis on inner-city Erie minorities, veterans, women, new workforce entrants and other hopefuls who want a job, career and those who are entrepreneurial enough to start their own small or self-employed business. Over the next 5-years, Jobenomics Erie program goal is to create hundreds of micro-businesses that will produce 3,500 new direct jobs (not including indirect and induced jobs) with livable wages and ...
  • Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: 15 April 2017

    Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: 15 April 2017 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.  The BLS’ March Situation Summary reported a disappointing 98,000 new jobs, which was less ...
  • Employment-Based Immigration

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 20 of 20).  The United States attracts the best and brightest people from other countries to study, work, become citizens and start businesses.  In 2015, immigrant startup business entrepreneurs represent 27.5%, up from 12.5% in 1996.  From a Jobenomics standpoint, this is a powerful statistic considering the far-reaching contribution of foreign-born immigrants and their children to American economic growth and prosperity. According to a report by the Partnership for a New American Economy, immigrants ...
  • 2044 Minority-Majority Nation

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 19 of 20).   President Trump’s Economic Plan estimates a 3.5% annual growth rate that will produce 25 million new jobs this decade.  To do so, the Trump Administration will need full support and engagement of America’s minorities to fulfill the President’s Urban Renewal Agenda.  Year 2011, marked the first year in U.S. history that minority births exceeded White births.  In 2015, over 50% of all U.S. children aged 5 years old were minorities.  By 2020, ...
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