It’s a Job Tracking Job Reports
Offered by Rob Taylor
There are weekly reports and monthly reports. And most reports are compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a research arm of the Department of Labor.
On the first Friday of every month, the BLS publishes the most well-known jobs report, the Employment Situation Summary. The BLS also publishes the JOLTS (Job Openings and Labor Turnover) report and compiles a weekly report on jobless claims.
The BLS measures the jobs market from all sides. It publishes the total number of job openings and reports on wage and benefits costs each month.
Meanwhile, Wall Street’s roving eye will sometimes pay more attention to one report over the next.
Our team works with professionals who review each report and sift through the data to find the most compelling information. So if you see a job report that’s a bit confusing, give our office a call. We can help you sort it out.
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