U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

A Bureau of Labor Statistics survey found that watching TV was the leisure activity that occupied the most time in 2020.
A Bureau of Labor Statistics survey found that sleeping was the activity in which the largest percentage of Americans spent time.
The job situation in America has improved dramatically since just after the COVID-19 pandemic began. However, the unemployment rate just before that, early in 2020, was near a 50 year low at 3.5%....
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its May jobs report, officially known as THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION — MAY 2021. It showed that the economy added 559,000 nonfarm payroll jobs, which was...
The first few months after the COVID-19 pandemic, American unemployment rates reached the highest levels since the Great Depression. That has improved substantially and the national jobless rate...
The first few months after the COVID-19 pandemic, American unemployment rates reached the highest levels since the Great Depression. That has improved substantially and the national jobless rate...
The state where the highest percentage of survey respondents expect a loss of income soon was Hawaii.
In two states, only about half of the employable workforce worked in 2020, according to the 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.