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Geographic Solutions’ data is pointing to another strong month of job growth in April.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming March 2022 labor market report.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming February 2022 labor market report.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming January 2022 labor market report.
Employment in the region is only a few hundred jobs away from reaching its pre-pandemic high of 79,000 jobs in February 2020.
While the Covid-19 Omicron variant appears to produce milder symptoms, its high rate of transmissibility will have a dampening effect on job creation.
The better-than-expected jobs report in October as well as large upward revisions in August and September are signs of optimism heading into the report release for November
While there is still some uncertainty in October's jobs report, encouraging signs such as a decline in the seven-day average of new daily Covid-19 cases should lead to an improved outlook.
In September, we predict job growth of 461,000 jobs.
The August jobs report may be dampened by two factors, one of which is the fast-spreading delta variant.
Derived from internal data on the number of job openings, job severances, and the number of applications for unemployment benefits filed on our state clients' sites, we predict job growth in July of 689,000
As many state governments moved to restrict eligibility for unemployment benefits in June, this month's report should provide a first look at the degree to which more generous benefits held back employment.
Job growth in April signaled the U.S. went through a hiccup in the recovery which should eventually return to the job increases of summer 2020.
Our April Employment Forecast projects accelerated job growth in the coming months as vaccines are distributed to a greater percentage of the population.
In advance of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly jobs report, we're forecasting the monthly change in employment and unemployment rate.
GSI derives its employment forecast from internal data on job openings, job severances, and the number of applications for unemployment benefits filed on GSI state client sites