U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

When the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its “THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION — DECEMBER 2020”, it showed the nation had lost 140,000 jobs last month. The jobless rate remained at...
The U.S. Labor Department has released its reading on jobless claims for the week of November 7, 2020.
Wall Street probably didn't even bother to pay attention to Friday's stellar jobs report. Right now it is all about the election and vote counting.
The jobless claims appear to be at the lowest level since the pandemic began.
The Department of Labor reports a sharp rise in its number of weekly jobless claims to the highest level since August.
After each monthly unemployment report, there is another look at the jobs economy. The U.S. Department of Labor releases its Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary.
The U.S. unemployment fell to 7.9% in September as 661,000 people found jobs.
Out of all the American cities the Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks, these four had the highest unemployment rates in August.
Prices were higher in August, but not by levels that should have the inflation worriers overly concerned.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its Producer Price Index for final demand in August, and there was no spike in the inflation report.
Each week following the unemployment report, the U.S. Department of Labor releases its monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary.
Thursday’s sell-off in the stock market may have been profit taking in the market darlings after such massive runs, but there was already a growing fear that Friday’s unemployment report...
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that initial jobless claims for the week of August 8 fell to less than a million.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the number of job openings was little changed in June. Some fear that this may have been the last boost from economic stimulus.
The financial markets and Main Street agree that each release of the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment Situation report is one of the most important as a fair measure of the economy.