Decreasing U.S. job openings point to cooling labor market

  Reuters 

Image source : reuters.com
U.S. job openings fell to a 1-1/2-year low in August and hiring declined, suggesting employment growth was slowing largely because of ebbing demand for labor as the economy loses momentum.
 ▼ Related news : 
The hottest Caribbean hotel openings
Mail Online  
New store openings drive revenue increase at Card Factory
City A.M  
Why Has WWE Stock Declined 20% Over The Last Month?
Forbes.com  
Backlash over Woodford leak suggesting he should not have been sacked
Mail Online  
Employment passes 2.3 million for first time
The Irish Times  
Region bucks employment growth trend
Express & Star  
Why has employment fallen at fastest rate in four years?
The Week  
Rate of employment in UK takes biggest tumble in four years
The Guardian  
Top News !
  Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday it was up to the board of Westpac Banking Corp to decide whether Chief Executive Brian...
  As U.S. Federal Reserve officials hone their monetary policy playbook in preparation for the next economic downturn, it appears they will eschew more...
  House Democrats on Wednesday blasted the Trump administration for not consulting sufficiently with Congress while negotiating a mini trade deal with Japan, failing ...
  Jill McDonald was head of clothing and home at M&S, when buying errors meant that key products sold out. Her former boss Steve Rowe lamented the poorest stock levels...
  More than half are chasing money owed, with the bill for trying to collect it hitting £4.4bn. Pay UK said the average amount owed to each firm had risen...
  Turkey's state-owned Halkbank , which U.S. prosecutors have criminally charged with helping Iran evade sanctions, said it should be able to...
  Pete Redfern sold 2.15m shares for 174.2p each, regulatory filings have revealed, leaving him with 1.53m, worth £2.6. He now holds a 0.05 per cent stake in the...
  A buyout spree has swept UK plc this year, with fellow FTSE 250 defence contractor Cobham in the midst of a £4bn takeover by US private equity giant Advent...
  The most remarkable aspect of the six month uprising in Hong Kong is the restraint shown by Beijing. A regime not known for its gentle touch has allowed the...
  The Financial Conduct Authority revealed how Henderson raked in £1.8m in excess management charges from two funds while effectively leaving them to run themselves...
  Chartered Management Institute boss Ann Francke blames a lack of skills and training and poor performance on diversity for contributing for Britain's...
  At the Dubai Air Show industry event, Emirates' British president Sir Tim Clark admitted that the aviation industry was 'not doing enough' to tackle climate ...
  In a highly unusual tactic, Oaktree Capital and its allies will urge a judge to withhold final approval of the deal until a row over how much investors...
  French luxury group LVMH has persuaded U.S. jewelry chain Tiffany & Co to provide it with confidential due diligence after it raised its bid...
  U.S. Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren along with fellow Senators Richard Blumenthal and Bill Cassidy wrote a letter to Alphabet's Google on Wednesday ...
  A Florida-based charity will pay $4 million to resolve claims that it acted as a conduit for companies including Biogen Inc and Novartis AG to pay kickbacks to...
  Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
  Payment processor PayPal Holdings Inc said on Wednesday it would buy privately held shopping and rewards platform Honey Science Corp for about $4 billion.
  Enniskerry interactive tourist attraction helps visitors learn about climate change
  Ukraine has widened its investigation into the founder of energy company Burisma to include suspicion of embezzling state funds, Prosecutor General...
  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd is confident that it has the technical and production know-how to build high-tech wings for Airbus SE jetliners, the chief...
  Oil prices surged more than 2% on Wednesday after a better-than-expected U.S. crude inventories report and as Russia said it would continue its cooperation with ...
  From bogus tax rebates to phone scams, hundreds of thousands of people are being targeted by con artists impersonating HM Revenue and Customs and...
  After nearly two years of unrest, the company appears to be cracking down on employee activism.
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode