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We want to be cautious to make sure this is sustained. That could've had the temporary impact of skewing pay higher because lower-paid jobs weren't present. I think the report overall just confirms that the underlying trends in the U.S. economy remain intact.feedback
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Oct 06 2017
Mark Hamrick has been quoted 40 times in 26 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Mark Hamrick’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Mark Hamrick speaks about are Fed Chair and Dodd-Frank, for example. Most recently, Mark Hamrick was quoted in the article Harvey and Irma Walloped What Would Have Been a Strong Month for Jobs saying, “To see average hourly earnings up 2.9 percent certainly is welcome news indeed.”.
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May 23 2017

I've never met a person who regretted saving money.feedback

May 05 2017

Many [college graduates] will see the decisions related to their employment in the near-term as being some kind of endgame. The reality is that skills enhancement, education, must be ongoing for all of us in the workforce, for as long as we're in it. It's a heavy responsibility but it's also an opportunity.feedback

May 05 2017

You have to actually do some research and find out whether the skills you have are matched to what employers are demanding.feedback

May 05 2017

These days new employees are being asked to raise the enterprise skills game. It's hoped they'll have the newest knowledge in technology, and they're being asked to update others in the workforce and help them accomplish their goals.feedback

Apr 27 2017 - Affordable Care Act

As we know, the failure of the president and the Republican-led Congress to make good on his promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was a dramatic swing and miss. The challenge in pushing through a tax reform package of substance might well be even tougher. When discussing health care, we're talking about a segment of the U.S. economy. When discussing individual and corporate tax reform, we're basically talking about the entire economy. The split within the GOP over taxes might well be just as difficult to overcome.feedback

Apr 07 2017

We know this is a trouble spot. We know that job cut announcements were the top category in the first quarter. That just means there's more pain to come.feedback

Apr 04 2017 - Federal Reserve

This draws further negative attention to the Federal Reserve at a time when members of Congress are already sharply critical.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Federal Reserve

Right now the number one question is what is the likelihood that rates could be rising more aggressively than what people and investors currently expect. The two words that Janet Yellen seems to be voicing more often lately is 'policy uncertainty.' That is as close to directly referencing the outcome of the election ... as she is going to get.feedback

Mar 10 2017

People want to know whether this is a so-called 'Trump bump' for the job market or something else. The quick answer is that sentiment or optimism on the part of business and consumers has been lifted by the Trump victory, but that's not quite the same as increased sales. Businesses need to see a rise in demand before deciding to boost their employment.feedback

Mar 09 2017

Watch out, investors, because the rampaging stock market has gotten too hot, say a group of leading economists in a new Bankrate survey. More than three-quarters of the experts say stocks are priced too high, thanks to the stunning rally underway since the election.feedback

Jan 10 2017

Millennials have tended to be underinvested in stocks and they're one whos who, particularly for retirement, can better weather the market's gyrations. I think the market has been pricing in only positive outcomes of the Trump administration.feedback

Jan 10 2017

Investors of all kinds should be mindful that the same volatility that propelled the market higher could propel it in the other direction.feedback

Jan 06 2017

If you look at some of these broad-brush metrics, they're headlines and they don't include the fine print of the people who have not enjoyed the fruits of the economic recovery. These are the challenges for the next administration.feedback

Jan 06 2017

If you look at any number of different measures, most have recovered to pre-recession levels. There probably was some healing that would have occurred nevertheless. What remains to be tackled is a recovery in household income, and those who are working part-time but who would like full-time work has yet to fully recover.feedback

Dec 14 2016

What most of us are watching most intently is what the FOMC signals with the possible future trajectory. It's entirely possible that the Fed begins to project a couple of interest rate hikes in 2017, maybe even three.feedback

Nov 21 2016 - Federal Reserve

Everybody from (Fed Chair) Janet Yellen on down has said there is a concern that those smaller financial companies have had a difficult time competing in the wake of the new law's enactment.feedback

Nov 21 2016 - Dodd-Frank Act

So the question really is, if you're looking to let's say, amend Dodd-Frank, what are your goals and what do you do? You have to begin by acknowledging that there probably are very few lawmakers who thoroughly understand the law in the first place.feedback

Nov 15 2016

As with the just-completed election, the apparent divide among Americans includes wages.feedback

Nov 15 2016

We have been given repeated reminders about the economic division in our country, and this is another aspect of that.feedback

Nov 09 2016 - Federal Reserve

The Fed has wanted to move further along the path toward normalization, or higher rates. As the election has demonstrated, we live in times that are anything but predictable.feedback

Oct 09 2016

Which by the way, you should be doing all the time anyway.feedback

Oct 09 2016

You've been given a wake-up call to say look at what is happening with your account.feedback

Oct 09 2016

Ask them to consider that you were part of the Wells Fargo fraud.feedback

Oct 07 2016

The main point is, slow and steady does win the race for this recovery, which began in the summer of 2009.feedback

Sep 19 2016

It does not bode well for prospective employees that say they couldn't find a job so they didn't go to work.feedback

Sep 19 2016

These are people with real-time knowledge of career opportunities, and they're familiar with the unique aspects of the institution the student just attended.feedback

Sep 19 2016

It's getting career assistance that you've already paid for.feedback

Jan 08 2016

In some ways we can say it looked good from the outside, but beneath the surface problems remain – not the least of which is the lack of strong wage growth. If we keep getting strong hiring, wage gains should accelerate.feedback

Dec 05 2014

Over time, I would say over the past couple of quarters we've seen continued improvement in the quality of jobs being added. And it's really extended across the breadth of the job market. So we are talking about white collar jobs. Those in the business and professional sphere. We've seen some decent improvement in construction, retail has added some jobs.feedback

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