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There just aren't enough people who are looking for work ... to be put in those positions.feedback
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Oct 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Andrew Chamberlain is associated, including Fed, job, and worker. Most recently, Andrew Chamberlain has been quoted saying: “Given that we're in the best labor market we've seen in a generation, highlighted by healthy job growth, low unemployment and wages steadily growing, it's not a surprise to see a gap between what most Americans are currently earning and what they could be earning.” in the article If you have one of these 10 jobs, you should ask for a raise right now.
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Jul 07 2017

Wages make up a large portion of the total cost bill for many companies, and that affects prices. If we don't see significant wage growth, it's unlikely we'll start to see a ramp-up of inflation anytime soon.feedback

Jul 07 2017

It just goes to show you that there are few signs of any slowing in the labor market, and despite headwinds, the economy keeps creating jobs.feedback

Jul 07 2017

What's ultimately going to drive GDP is consumption, investment, government spending and exports. Consumption makes about two-thirds of GDP – if wages are growing really slowly, you're not going to see a big ramp-up in consumption.feedback

Jul 05 2017

While we see declining wage growth for jobs where automation is coming, we also see strong pay growth for certain in-demand jobs, as well as sustained high median pay gains for many retail, technology, health care and professional services jobs.feedback

Jun 02 2017

There is not going to be a big turnaround in wage growth until productivity picks up.feedback

Apr 26 2017

There are roles in the labor market that Americans have become accustomed to thinking of as 'men's' or 'women's' jobs. These perceptions affect which jobs men and women feel comfortable moving into.feedback

Apr 26 2017

College majors are highly segregated by gender, and if employers hire exclusively from male-dominated, or female-dominated majors, they will end up with dramatic gender imbalances in their workforce over time. This study shows is that if employers are serious about gender fairness in hiring, they should be focusing more on skills rather than college majors.feedback

Apr 12 2017

High pay continues to be tied to in-demand skills and higher education, which in part, is why we see several companies on this list among the consulting and technology industries. Salaries are sky-high at consulting companies. Employers [want] top consultants to have personal contacts, reputations and specialized skills and knowledge. In technology, we continue to see unprecedented salaries as the war for talent is still very active, largely due to the ongoing shortage of highly-skilled workers needed.feedback

Mar 08 2017

High pay continues to be tied to demand skills, higher education and working in jobs that are protected from competition or automation. That is why we see several jobs within the technology and health-care industries.feedback

Feb 15 2017

Every job that's open is money left on the table, in the form of lost productivity for employers and earnings in consumers' pockets.feedback

Jan 31 2017 - Unemployment

With a near-record job openings and a 4.7 percent unemployment rate, it's unlikely much slack remains.feedback

Jan 31 2017

While it's true many working-age Americans have left the labor market in recent years, and those sidelined workers may be depressing wages somewhat, we expect wage growth to accelerate during the first half of 2017.feedback

Jan 24 2017

This report reinforces that the best jobs are highly-skilled and are staying ahead of the growing trend toward workplace automation. Any organization today with a mobile app, web presence or digitized data are struggling to fill jobs like data scientists, software engineers and mobile developers.feedback

Jan 17 2017

The stereotype of the high-paid attorney working 70 hours a week is a real thing.feedback

Jan 17 2017

Increasingly, it is less about time off and more about the characteristics of the job.feedback

Jan 06 2017

Pay raises, while good for workers, represent cost increases for firms. The Fed pays attention to that.feedback

Oct 10 2016

If you are looking to reduce the risk of losing your job during times of a recession, we know that in the past jobs in healthcare, education and utilities have not suffered as many job losses as in other fields during a down cycle.feedback

Oct 10 2016

Historically, there are industries and occupations that have been less correlated to business cycle fluctuations, like recessions, than others.feedback

Sep 12 2016

Though there are certainly other financial factors to consider when taking into account the total cost of living, this data reinforces that pay typically goes further in mid-sized cities versus big metropolitan areas where there is often tighter competition for housing.feedback

Sep 02 2016

In a world where there's some transparency, where people know what their co-workers make, that may be true. But in a world where there's pay secrecy, which is the way things are in many companies today, that's harder to find out.feedback

Sep 02 2016

There a huge urban-rural divide today in wage growth. It's becoming harder to earn a living wage and have a fulfilling career in rural areas.feedback

Sep 02 2016

Productivity is what pays all the bills in the long run. The areas where we're seeing workers get more productive are scalable businesses, like tech and finance, where you can reach a million people around the world because of your work.feedback

Sep 02 2016

My take is 151,000 is a very middle-of-the-road number.feedback

Sep 02 2016

It is a symptom of how well the economy has been doing that we view 151,000 as a bad number.feedback

Jun 08 2016

Almost all of the decline that we've seen over the last decade or so is due to three factors: retiring baby boomers just leaving the labor force, college students getting more education than ever and disability. I don't think it's particularly worrisome.feedback

May 06 2016

The vast majority of jobs are quite good. From that perspective, yes, you could say this looked like the big job gains were in good jobs.feedback

Jan 20 2016

They are the builder of the company's mobile real estate. This is a position that someone could easily get into.feedback

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