Monday, January 12, 2015


Market Watch | 36-year low in participation in jobs market isn’t just about boomers
As the participation in the workforce tied the lowest level in 36 years, one economist says it’s not the aging of the baby boomers that explains the decline since the Great Recession.

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Market Watch | Why wages are not rising as job growth increases
It is safe to say that the U.S. labor market is now out of jobless-recovery territory and into the territory of wageless recovery.

Wall Street Journal | Was 2014 Really the Strongest Year of Job Growth Since 1999?
The U.S. economy added almost 3 million jobs last year, the most in a calendar year since 1999. But consider this: The American population is much bigger today than it was 15 years ago.