India economy: What Indian economy will achieve in the next five years

Job creation seems to loom very large in the minds of citizens as India completes 75 years of independence. In a countrywide LocalCircles survey about people’s expectations of what India will achieve in the next five years, when the country turns 80, close to half of the respondents (43%) felt creating enough employment and livelihood … Read more

Michigan Works! provides resources for employers and job-seekers of all levels

For many, finding a good-paying job is more important than ever before. With companies constantly posting ‘now hiring’ signs in their windows and on their websites, the job market is a highly-discussed topic in today’s culture. With many job-seekers seeking out remote work, or switching careers entirely, finding the right fit can prove to be … Read more

Realtor.com Reports Weekly Inventory Up 28% Year-over-Year; Inventory growth is slowing

by Calculated Risk on 8/12/2022 11:29:00 AM Today, in the Calculated Risk Real Estate Newsletter: Realtor.com Reports Weekly Inventory Up 28% Year-over-year Excerpt: As I noted earlier, Inventory will tell the tale about the housing market. And housing inventory is increasing, but the pace of growth has slowed down in recent weeks. As the housing … Read more

What Is the Unemployment Rate? Definition, Measurement & Economic Importance

Unemployment tends to be high during periods of recession. q The New York Public Library via Unsplash; Canva Contents What Is the Unemployment Rate? The unemployment rate, in simple terms, is the percentage of the workforce that is unemployed. It’s important to note here that the term “workforce” does not simply refer to everyone of … Read more

Cathie Wood Reiterates: Key Economic Issue Is Deflation, Not Inflation

Renowned investor Cathie Wood, chief executive of Ark Investment Management, on Tuesday reiterated her view that the economy already is in recession. In a webinar, she said that as far as prices go, deflation is the problem, not inflation. Wood isn’t impressed with the 9.1% increase in consumer prices through June. That’s a “lagging indicator,” … Read more

Big E hosts job fair

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA (WFSB) – The Eastern States Exposition is hosting a job fair on Tuesday. The Big E said it’s open from 10 am to 1 pm at the exposition’s Farmers Market. Organizers said the event is open to the public and is free of charge. Job seekers will have the opportunity to network … Read more

Canada Has Over 10 Lakh Job Vacancies. Immigrants Can Fill Open Positions And Apply For Permanent Residency

Immigrants can fill open positions and apply for permanent residency In Canada, there are more than 10 lakh vacant jobs. The number of vacancies has increased since May 2021 by over 3 lakh. The Labor Force Survey for May 2022 indicates a growing labor shortage in a number of industries and an increased demand for … Read more

Fears regional students left increasingly behind as tertiary education needed for future jobs left by the wayside

Tertiary education experts are concerned that the gap between regional and metropolitan students seeking further education is widening. Key points: Research indicates regional and rural students are 20 per cent less likely to seek tertiary education than their metropolitan counterparts New data indicates 90 per cent of jobs in five years will require some form … Read more

Pennsylvania’s economic, population problems getting more attention from state leaders | State

(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania has struggled to spur population and economic growth, but recent efforts from political leaders of all stripes show the issues are getting more serious attention. “Pittsburgh is losing people, jobs, and investment. The city still hasn’t recovered pre-pandemic employment and has a problem of retaining young talent,” Charles Mitchell, president … Read more

Stocks close mostly lower Friday after strong jobs data offers good, bad news for investors

Stocks swung lower Friday following a blockbuster report on hiring in July which offered both good and bad news for Wall Street. The S&P 500 was 0.2% lower after recovering from an earlier loss of 1.1%. US employers added hundreds of thousands more jobs than expected last month, suggesting the economy may not be in … Read more