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ADP Employment Report Says 200,000 Private Jobs Added in July 2013

ADP's proprietary private payrolls jobs report shows a gain of 200,000 private sector jobs for July 2013.  ADP revised June's job figures up by 10,000 to 198 thousand jobs.  Overall, July shows improvements in the ADP job figures.  This report does not include government, or public jobs.

 

JOLTS Report Shows Job Openings Static Again for May 2013

The BLS May JOLTS report, or Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey shows there are 3.1 official unemployed per job opening, the same as the last three months.  Every month it is the same story, a static dead pool job market with employers clearly not hiring and this is in spite of the revisions to jobs gained.  Job openings didn't change, a measily 0.7% increase from last month to a total of 3,828,000.  Hirings didn't change much either, a 1.0% change to 4.441 million.  Real hiring has only increased 22% from June 2009.  Job openings are still below pre-recession levels of 4.7 million.  Job openings have increased 76% from July 2009.  Every month JOLTS reports the same bleak labor market conditions.

ADP Employment Report Shows 188,000 Private Jobs Added in June 2013

ADP's proprietary private payrolls jobs report shows a gain of 188,000 private sector jobs for June 2013.  ADP revised May's job figures down by 1,000 to 134 thousand jobs.  Overall, June shows some modest improvements in the ADP job figures.  This report does not include government, or public jobs.

 

JOLTS Shows Jobs Static - 3.1 Unemployed Per Opening in April 2013

The BLS April JOLTS report, or Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey shows there are 3.1 official unemployed per job opening, the same as the last two months.  Every month it is the same story, a static dead pool job market with employers clearly not hiring.  Job openings declined -3.0% from last month to a total of 3,757,000.  People hired did increase by 4.7% to 4,425 million.  Yet, real hiring has only increased 22% from June 2009.

ADP Employment Report Shows 135,000 Jobs for May 2013

ADP's proprietary private payrolls jobs report shows a gain of 135,000 private sector jobs for May 2013.  ADP revised April's job figures down by 6,000 to a measly 113 thousand jobs.  Overall, May shows another month of more weak job figures.  This report does not include government, or public jobs.

 

The Deflated Balloon JOLTS Jobs Report Shows 3.1 Unemployed Per Opening for March 2013

The BLS March JOLTS report, or Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey shows there are 3.1 official unemployed per job opening, the same as last month.  Job openings declined -1.4% from last month to a total of 3,844,000.  People hired in March declined by -4.3% to 4.259 million.  Real hiring has only increased 18% from June 2009.  Job openings are still below pre-recession levels of 4.7 million.  Job openings have increased 81% from July 2009.  The story for jobs is the same flat line drum beat for March.  There is never enough actual hiring in addition to not enough openings.

ADP Employment Report - A Lousy 119,000 Additional Private Sector Jobs for April 2013

ADP's proprietary private payrolls jobs report shows a gained of 119,000 private sector jobs for April 2013.  ADP revised their March job figures down by 27,000 to 131 thousand.  February's tally was revised down by 39,000 to a total of 198 thousand private sector jobs gained for the month.  This is the weakest monthly ADP reported private sector job growth since August 2012.

JOLTS Shows 3.1 Unemployed per Job Opening in February 2013

The BLS February JOLTS report, or Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey shows there are 3.1 official unemployed per job opening.  Job openings increased 8.7% from January to a total of 3,925,000.  Actual hires, on the other hand, increased 2.8% to 4.418 million.  Real hiring has only increased 22% from June 2009.  Job openings are still below pre-recession levels of 4.7 million.  Job openings have increased 80% from July 2009.  While the increase in job opportunities is great, every month it is the same thing.  There is never enough actual hiring.

ADP Employment Report Shows 158,000 Jobs for March 2013

ADP's proprietary private payrolls jobs report shows a gained of 158,000 private sector jobs for March 2013.  ADP revised February's job figures up by 39,000 to 237 thousand, yet January's tally was revised down by 38,000 to a total of 177 thousand private sector jobs gained for the month.  This report does not include government, or public jobs.

 

There Were 3.3 Unemployed Per Job Opening in January 2013

The BLS January JOLTS report, or Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey shows there are 3.3 official unemployed per job opening.  Actual hires increased 1.2% to 4.247 million after last month's plunge.  Real hiring has only increased 17% from June 2009.  Job openings also recovered slightly, up by 2.2% to 3.693 million, yet are still below pre-recession levels of 4.7 million.  Job openings have increased 69.5% from July 2009.  Some in the press are claiming hiring is on a rebound.   Frankly hiring is not.   Every month it is the same thing, not enough hiring and this has been going on now for over five years.

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