In this episode Steve discusses the shift in men’s and women’s college enrollment and graduation rates, and the impact that is having on the composition of the labor force.
In this episode Steve discusses wage growth across different regions of the US, and how the Midwest region is lagging other parts of the country.
In this episode Steve discusses the recent walkouts by CVS Pharmacists in Kansas City, the company reaction, and the implications for the broader labor market.
In this episode Steve shares data from a recent survey on what factors contribute to keeping workers, especially prime-age workers, out of the labor force.
In this episode Steve discusses the important work and societal trends that have propelled women to reach fully half of the US workforce for only the third time in history.
In this episode Steve discusses a recent survey that suggests that “The Great Resignation” may not yet be a thing of the past.
In this episode Steve shares the latest updates from the April 2023 Jobs report and the March 2023 JOLTS report, showing a labor market that is only just beginning to show signs of cooling down.
This week we met with Raj Mukherhee from Indeed to talk about about the current labor market, hiring, and connecting with quality talent.
In this episode Steve shares new research on the decline in US Labor Force Participation, and how the aging population is driving almost all of these declines.
In this episode Steve discusses details of the January 2023 JOLTS Report which showed that while strong, the US labor market may finally be slowing and cooling down.
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