Workers come out ahead, a phenomenon not seen in many decades, as desperate employers poach workers from each other.
Job arbitrage in a labor market where workers have more power than before.
Number of Workers Jumps by Massive 1.14 Million in Nov as People Strike Out on Their Own. But Employers Can’t Fill Vacancies.
Millions of people are still watching this spectacle from the sidelines.
Record GDP, record consumer spending, record private investment, but the number of workers accomplishing these feats is down by 4.7 million.
Margin pressures from surging labor costs for the first time in two decades.
Wages are heating up. And it’s also now starting to show up in the data: The wage component in the fuel for persistent big inflation.
And my 2 cents about the high “failure rates” of new businesses, being a small-business owner myself.
One more reason “transitory” and “temporary” have become a silly joke. Even the Fed is backing off promoting it.
Big drop in government jobs (education) blamed on seasonal adjustments gone awry.