What is ‘Jobs Growth’
A component of the Employment Situation Summary, reported monthly by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The job growth figure is expressed as the gross number of jobs created in the American economy in the previous month.
Explaining ‘Jobs Growth’
A job growth figure between 100,000 and 150,000 new jobs per month is considered to be the minimum level of job growth needed to mitigate the effects of new entrants to the workforce.
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