The latest official economic event before the United States on Tuesday unveiled another reminder about the constant labor market. The job is up. Wage is up. The total number of workers and job seekers is rising.
"It's really the strongest part of the big economy," Michelle Girard, chief economist at the NatWest Markets, said the labor market.
In the exchange market, prices and weakening of the growth of other countries may cause a diminished, but they have made little economic growth in the United States. Employers increased 250,000 jobs in October, continuing the growth rate for 97 months, the Ministry of Labor reported Friday.
The economy has not played historically, at the moment, the political, border control, health care and appointment of Brett Kavanaugh at the High Court has reduced the time for air and political advertising. However, about one third of the registered voters say that the economy is "very important" to make their vote, according to polls at the Pew Research Center. Among the Republics, this figure is more than 85 percent.
"Jobs and Economists" have also been reported more than most other important issues for the survey in early October in the New York Times by SurveyMonkey.
The recent report in the report shows both as a good way. Last week, the government estimated the economy has increased the volatile temperatures of about 3.5 percent in the third quarter. Confidence is still high on both customers and business leaders. Last year, employers increased an average of 210,000 jobs a month.
Friday's Friday also provided evidence that employees working not only are looking forward to job opportunities, but in fact they are looking for work, which is why the unemployment rate is not 3.7 percent and the employers' employed by many. About 711.000 people joined the workforce last month. The Trumpet President, Friday, has called on "many".
Pay monthly wage of 0.2 per cent has however produced some very large 3.1 percent increase per year. This was partly due to unusual salary wages in October last year after they were wasting their money. However, even if the annual increase was too high, the suburbs indicate a rise in pay growth.
Some analysts have seen inflation warnings, but some said they would not pay too much for policy makers in the Federal Reserve. "I do not think it's something that Fed should worry about." Girard said. "Growth growth has increased, and workers need to earn a lot, which does not mean that companies have to surpass the high wages of their customers, they can afford to pay more."
The Fed, which has increased the cost of three times this year at the historic low levels, is expected to raise another 2.5% in December compared to inflation.
When calling on journalists, Kevin Hassett, chair of the Presidential Election Advisory Council, cited production growth by explaining the high wages, which are not too hot. He also took the opportunity to say that the president respects the freedom of the Fed.
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The back of the storms in September and October may mislead information that is unpredictable. "It looks good, but it has never happened before when the storm made last week in a series," said Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at pantheon Macroeconomics.
Production jobs – which are well-paid and focused on policies. Trump & # 39; – increased by 32,000 healthy.
Here too, too, Mr. Shepherdson advised the suspicion, saying that The Institute of Management Management has reported this week's decline in manufacturing revenues over the past six months due to concerns over education, shortage of resources and global demand.
"If I had been Jamhuri politician, I would shout," Mr. Shepherdson said, talking about production. "But there is no way the growth will continue." Chinese manufacturing sectors, in particular, and in Europe, are weakening. Producers, he said, are concerned about "taxes, taxes, taxes."
The figures for October will be reviewed twice, and in September.
Although the standard of employment has been consistently reflected in the levels reached in 2000, the high level of expanding, wages have risen steeply.
The low wages of many parts have contributed to insecurity. More than a quarter of the Americans do not earn enough income for basic costs, while more than a third of them are unable to pay their bills on time, according to A report released Thursday by the New Financial Services Center, funded by non-profit organizations and banks. The disruption has contributed to the increase of credit card debt and debt.
The October report, however, is one of several recent signals that the increase in the salary accumulation of energy.
According to the report last week, ADP researchers found that US workers have earned almost $ 1 an hourly average on a year ago.
Protolaby, a Minnesota-based technology company, has recruited 50 people last month, resulting in a combined total of 340, which is expected to be played in 2019, said Renee Conklin, deputy director of human resources. But the competition is very hard. "We have seen many employers doing their opponents to protect the people," Conklin said.
Since it happened decline, analysts have struggled to understand how many staff workers there. Before the financial crisis, more than 66 percent of people aged 16 or older were working or looking for work. In the recent years, this figure – the share of labor force participation – is far below 63%.
Many of these absent staff never joined the workforce – some have reached the pension, others have seen their value, and the number of invalid numbers that work.
Economists will continue to debate how many people can be repatriated to the labor market. Growth wages are definitely one pull.
However, the women returned to the workforce, more quickly than men, however. Last year, the total of 1.4 million women contributed 845,000 men. Women more need to have good child care, parental leave and more flexible hours, said Betsey Stevenson, economist at Michigan University. "We know what to do with women," she said. "We really have a lot of damage to what we are doing to make more people."
Job Opportunities are also offered to groups often modified during the recovery most: African-Americans, Hispanics, unskilled staff and disabled people have seen a decline in joblessness in recent months over.
Employers say they are constantly losing staff. "I think thousands of businessmen per month," said Rick Lazio, former Jamshedi parliamentarian, the Alliance's vice president, a tax consulting firm. Midsize industry reduces many businesses, he said, "because they are not available to people and they do not get enough equipment."
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Concerns about solid competition for holiday workers have caused employers to become more aggressive, offering more than normal and raising salaries, writes the authors.
United Parcel Service says it plans to employ 100,000 seasonal workers. Several applicants for the kits or locations at the Manhattan customer base during a nationwide project have said they are hoping that temporary centers will become permanent jobs. A spokesperson said the holiday destination paid $ 10.35 to $ 30 an hour, depending on the location.
"I'm just praying," said Chanique Cox, 42, who did not finish high school. She beat her wooden wood and pushed her blue nails. "I only find temporary jobs I would like to have a permanent job."