One day after the nation celebrated the nation’s independence, the U.S. Labor Department delivered good news to the U.S. economy.
Florida’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 7.1 percent in May 2013 which was the lowest rate seen since September 2008. Overall, unemployment dropped 0.1 percent in the last month according to the seasonally adjusted numbers.
Miami’s job rate has gone up at 1.5 percent since last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But if you are still on the search for a job it may be time to spruce up that resume.
Over 2,500 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Thursday in West Palm Beach.
As the job market continues to struggle nationwide, those looking for work in Florida got some good news in May.
The U.S. economy continued to plug along at a depressed rate in May adding 175,000 jobs, in line with what analysts had expected. However, the unemployment rate ticked up 0.1 percent in May to 7.6 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
For those who feel like they have it rough these days, try being a part of the Millennial generation.
How can you tell if you just a need a day off of work, or should be considering a new career?
Governor Rick Scott will use social media to push out the state’s unemployment numbers Friday morning.
In today’s economy there are still plenty of people looking for work. However, there are also companies seeking out students to give job opportunities to even before they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas.