Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q2 2016

Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q2 2016 By: Chuck Vollmer 31 July 2016 Download 100-page report at: Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis – Q2 2016 – 31 July 2016 Jobenomics reports on U.S. employment and unemployment size, characteristics and trends.   This Employment Analysis focuses on the U.S. labor force, business and job creation, and transformative trends—with emphasis on the 60 million workers in the rapidly growing, and underreported, contingent workforce.  The companion Unemployment Analysis focuses on how the U.S. government reports on unemployment and income statistics, why Americans who can work chose not to work, and the impact of 109.8 million non-working
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2 comments

  1. Kathy MM 29 August, 2016 at 15:45 Reply

    Regarding the last paragragh. Is why I say the salaries of those employed in government jobs needs to come down. Low level employees average more money yearly than a low level employee of the same type job in the private sector when compared by the length in that position. Also the salaries of some high level public/government jobs pay well over any high level private sector jobs.

  2. Clint 16 September, 2016 at 08:01 Reply

    Lets Go with the Trump Evonomic Plan…..
    The increase in GDP = increase in jobs…..
    I Agree…..More Chickens More Eggs More Happy Americans……
    Also take note of the Taxing structure plan…
    Gives reason to Biuld and Hire more Business……
    Pres. Coolidge had to pull tricks out of the hat on taxes also…to keep America on a Steady Pace..again America First!

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