Tag Archives: Job Growth

MSA & Division Job Growth Rates – November 2019

Jobs are everything.  Period. As history continues to demonstrate, job growth at any point in time is neither systemic nor consistent across the country.  The TINSTAANREM axiom — There Is No Such Thing As A National Real Estate Market – is once again invoked to comparative job growth for the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and …Read more

State Job Growth October 2019

All but two of the 50-states and the District of Columbia posted a net increase in the total number of jobs in the 12-months ending October 2019, with North Dakota flat and Michigan down 2,200 (for a decline of 0.05 percent in the total number of jobs compared a year ago).  The following table shows …Read more

U.S. Employment Performance August 2019

The U.S. added 130,000 net new jobs in August 2019 on a seasonally adjusted basis (preliminary) averaging 172,800 new jobs monthly in the prior 12-months and 158,000 per month year-to-date.   The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7 percent – hovering near a five-decade low. Total U.S. employment is shown in the graph. The unemployment rate …Read more