NewsNet 9 Sep 2020

More Job Openings Being Posted but Hiring Numbers Down


For the month of July, The Labor Department says U.S. employers advertised the highest number of jobs since the pandemic started — 6.6 million.
Just under half a million fewer job postings than we saw a year ago.
But, none the less, far fewer positions than that are actually being filled.
The labor department reports that hiring dropped by more than a million from June to July.

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