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The pandemic resulted in a disproportionate number of lost jobs for women, which is why their need to self-brand effectively is uniquely critical.
Despite some positive findings, several challenges may limit economic growth.
The Labor Department's Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS), released Nov. 12, showed that 4.4 million U.S. workers quit their jobs in September, a record high.
The labor force participation rate was unchanged at 61.6 percent in October and has remained within narrow range of 61.4 percent to 61.7 percent since June 2020.
The Fed's so-called Beige Book noted that the U.S. economy has been "dampened by a low supply of workers," partially due to vaccine mandates.
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently revealed a dip in the unemployment rate and an increase in total confirm payroll employment.
New claims for the week that ended Saturday totaled 965,000.
Tech jobs are open, yet a strong, diverse group of potential workers are being overlooked.
We spoke with an employer-compliance expert to find out what lies between the lines of the proposed HEALS and HEROES Acts.