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Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Cambodian Times

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Big News Network

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Azerbaijan News.Net

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Kyrgyzstan News

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Sydney News, The

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Turkmenistan News.net

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Bombay News.Net

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Britain News.Net

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

Defense health care suffer as planned layoffs drop

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Albuquerque Express

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

July layoffs drop 4.2 Challenger

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:55
Outlet: Big News Network

...U.S. firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from co

U.S. planned layoffs ease in July-Challenger

In the News... - Thu, 08/01/2013 - 01:29
Outlet: CNBC - Online

...firms fell modestly in July, though the healthcare and defense sectors saw the biggest job cuts, a report on Thursday showed. Employers announced 37,701 layoffs last month, down 4.2 percent from 39,372 in June, according to the report from cons

Jobs Keep Growing. How Soon Should The Fed Stop Helping?

In the News... - Thu, 07/04/2013 - 22:00
Outlet: All Things Considered - NPR

All Things Considered 20:00-21:00 PM ROBERT SIEGEL: From NPR News, this is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. I'm Robert Siegel. AUDIE CORNISH: And I'm Audie Cornish. And we begin this hour with this hopeful sign for the U.S. economy. Employers added 19

CEO Turnover Rises in May, Led by Health Sector - Challenger

In the News... - Wed, 06/12/2013 - 04:55
Outlet: NASDAQ

Turnover among the nation's chief executives surged 11% in May from April, led by the health sector, according to Challenger Gray & Christmas Inc. The outplacement and executive-coaching firm said 104 CEOs announced their departures last month, up fr

More Older Workers Landed Jobs in May

In the News... - Fri, 06/07/2013 - 04:19
Outlet: AARP Bulletin Today

...another gauge of the jobs landscape, a survey showed that employers planned to cut payrolls by 36,398 during May. That was 4.5 percent less than in April and 41 percent lower than the same month a year ago, according to a report by the outplacemen

U.S. jobless claims fall, labour market gradually improving

In the News... - Thu, 06/06/2013 - 03:06
Outlet: Reuters UK

...the week ended May 25. The four-week average for the so-called continuing claims was the lowest since May 2008. Despite the slowdown in growth momentum, companies are not responding by reducing their workforces. In a separate report, outplac

Futures rebound ahead of jobs numbers

In the News... - Wed, 06/05/2013 - 22:00
Outlet: Associated Press (AP)

NEW YORK_U.S. futures are rising ahead of a weekly jobs report that could determine whether the Dow index has its first three-day losing streak of the year. Economists expect fewer people sought unemployment benefits last week. Dow Jones indust

How Sharp Are Your Job-Hunting Skills?

In the News... - Mon, 05/27/2013 - 13:00
Outlet: Kiplinger.com

...Question 7 of 10 How long does the average job hunt take? You're right! B. Four months is correct. Sorry, wrong! is incorrect. The right answer is B. Four months. The average job hunt takes four months, according to outplacem

Mission Impossible

In the News... - Sun, 05/12/2013 - 14:27
Outlet: Barron's - Online

...pink slips. The ratio in manufacturing, he adds, is 14 firings for every one hiring. Since the onset of the recession in December '07, payrolls have shrunk by 3.6 million; roughly half of that loss has come in the last three months. As David wa

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