U.S. Jobless Claims Rise Under Biden Admin

Economists anticipate the unemployment rate to experience a slight increase, moving to 3.5% from April's 53-year record low of 3.4%.

US Jobless Claims Rise by Most in 5 Months

As of the week ending February 25, about 1.72 million people were receiving jobless aid, an increase of 69,000 from the previous week.

Biden Claims Record Job Creation — Here Are the Facts and Context

President Joe Biden claimed the first two years of his presidency marked record job growth following Friday’s employment report.

Biden’s State Department Teams Up With Multinational Corporations to Funnel Refugees Into American Jobs

President Joe Biden’s State Department is partnering with hundreds of multinational corporations to open a jobs program for refugees arriving in the United States as the nation’s labor force participation rate remains at historical lows.

Biden Admin Grants Working Visas to 65,000 Foreigners to Help ‘Meet Needs of American Businesses’

The Biden administration is set to allow nearly 65,000 H-2B foreign visa workers to take on nonagricultural jobs in the United States over the next nine months.

US Economy Added 261,000 New Jobs in October as Hiring Stays Strong

The U.S. economy added 261,000 new jobs in October, down from the upwardly revised 315,000 in September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics...

Investigation Underway in Sanctuary States Handing Unemployment Benefits to Illegal Immigrants

The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) is investigating the means by which some immigration sanctuary states extended $2.7 million dollars of unemployment benefits to illegal immigrants.

Recession Watch: ‘Very Concerning’ Sign Of Serious Economic Slowdown Emerges As Stock Market Collapses

Topline A growing rash of economists are warning the odds of a recession have increased amid a historic inversion of the yield curve—a telltale sign...

Wall Street Set for Worst Quarter Since Pandemic Crash of 2020

U.S. stocks edged lower on Thursday on worries about the raging conflict in Ukraine and the outlook for U.S. interest rate hikes, putting the main indexes on course for their worst quarter since the pandemic crash in 2020.

Record-Low Number of Unemployed Workers per Job Opening

er of unemployed people per job opening hovered at record-low levels in February, a new sign of the difficulty employers face in hiring and retaining workers. 

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