Tag Archives: The Economy

Top US Destinations Where Young Adults are Moving

The U.S. population is always in flux from people moving to new destinations.  According to a study of U.S. Census Bureau data, each year: 2 percent of people in the U.S. move to a different county 3 percent relocate to a different state Those in college and career bound move more often Millennials move almost …Read more

Lowest Paying Jobs Requiring a Degree — 2018

For most people, what they majored in at college impacts their earning capacity — lifelong.  No doubt college graduates typically (but not always) make more than non-degreed individuals.  The median annual wage among jobs that require a college degree earn $65,000 compared to $37,690 across all jobs.  As usual I invoke the TINSTAANREM axiom — …Read more

Job Creation Tops June 2018 Consensus — 213,000 New Jobs Created, Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.0 Percent, Wages Tick Up 2.7 Percent

Jobs are everything.  Period.  Ongoing good news is that job growth continues to look up. The U.S. added 213,000 net new jobs (preliminary) in June 2018.  The unemployment rate edged up from 3.8 percent in May to 4.0 percent as 204,000 added reentrants came back to the job market.  Reentrants are people that previously worked …Read more