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Job quitters rise to 17-year high


U.S. job openings rose in July to a fresh record and the biggest share of workers since 2001 quit their positions, adding to signs of labor-market strength that may push wages higher, Labor Department data showed Tuesday.

Job postings exceeded the number of unemployed people by 659,000 in July, the most in data back to 2000. Along with the number of quitters, the gap helps explain why wages rose in August at the fastest pace since 2009, as employers struggle to find qualified workers and Americans become more confident in leaving their jobs for better pay elsewhere amid Republican-backed tax cuts that have boosted the economy.

The rise in the quits rate was driven by private-sector employees, whose share of people voluntarily leaving their jobs rose to 2.7 percent, also the highest since 2001 and up from 2.4 percent in February. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has highlighted the quits rate as suggesting that the economy is near full employment.

A separate survey from the National Federation of Independent Business showed 38 percent of U.S. small businesses had openings that they couldn’t fill in August, a record in data back to 1973.

Although it lags the Labor Department’s other jobs data by a month, the JOLTS report adds context to monthly employment figures by measuring dynamics such as resignations, help-wanted ads and the pace of hiring.

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     This whole trend was well underway when Obomba was still in the White House, everyone knows it.

     ROFLMAO

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You are 1 of them sisl, so what are you talking about, welfare queen?


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Job quitters rise to 17-year high






While shar cries that the old shar is dead.


lmao


Maybe their daddies can hand them a job?



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    Shar's fine OP is referring to people who are leaving their jobs IN ORDER TO TAKE BETTER JOBS.

     You are a true dummy Patango, unable to grasp many basic concepts.

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    Shar's fine OP is referring to people who are leaving their jobs IN ORDER TO TAKE BETTER JOBS.



Really? Where did it say "better jobs"? Everybody I know has been having to do more and more work for no more pay, and most everybody I know wants to quit their jobs. i quit my last 2 jobs for that very reason. It wasn't to get better jobs, it was in order to stop getting screwed so badly by the first job. Every time I switch jobs, they've been basically lateral.

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    TS, I am sure that you are a valuable employee to whatever company hires you.

    And so is Patango.

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Look at the shars title and look at the trolls 1st post.


Worthless retard.

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    FROM the OP:

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Americans become more confident in leaving their jobs for better pay elsewhere



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Job quitters rise to 17-year high



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Alvin Falfa wrote:This whole trend was well underway when Obomba was still in the White House, everyone knows it.

     ROFLMAO





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This whole trend was well underway when Obomba was still in the White House, everyone knows it.

ROFLMAO


No doubt that's who you and dipshits like you will be blaming when the economy tanks ....

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

The Act is based on tax reform advocated by congressional Republicans and the Trump administration. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reported that under the Act individuals and pass-through entities like partnerships and S corporations would receive about $1,125 billion in net benefits (i.e. net tax cuts offset by reduced healthcare subsidies) over 10 years, while corporations would receive around $320 billion in benefits.

The CBO estimates that implementing the Act would add an estimated $[sign in to see URL] trillion to the national debt over ten years, or about $[sign in to see URL] trillion after taking into account macroeconomic feedback effects, in addition to the $9.8 trillion increase forecast under the current policy baseline and existing $20 trillion national debt....


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That's what always happens when the morons attached to the butts you've got the lip-lock on finish !@#$ up everything they touch.

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