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Job Forecast for 2014

  The Job Forecast for 2014 is looking good based on several articles posted on the web lately. From SHRM.org‘s  article – Looking Ahead to the 2014 Job Market – they are forecasting highest growth in service sector.  They are predicting no growth or layoffs with good-producing sector.  College graduates will have better year than in 2012 […]

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US Economy Improves!

US Economy – Gross Domestic Product Per CNN’s Money report, US Economy is doing great.  The above chart shows the growth of Gross Domestic Product.  This is the fastest growth in the last two years since 4th quarter of 2011. What is Gross Domestic Product and why is it important?  From Investopedia,  The gross domestic product (GDP) […]

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Unemployment Numbers Dropped Again

In Great news, unemployment numbers have been reported as dropping again.   Bloomberg reported that the jobless claims dropped to 323,000 in new article today – Claims for U.S. Jobless Benefits Fall More Than Forecast.     Are you still looking for an IT job, administrative position, Healthcare job, or professional position? If so, contact Aspen […]

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October’s Unemployment forecasts

Even with the Government shutdown last month, October was better month for new hires. In Bloomberg’s article –  Payrolls Beat Forecasts as U.S. Weathers Shutdown: Economy, it talks about employers were still hiring despite the government shutdown.  “The government shutdown really didn’t have a material impact on employment,” said Brian Jones, senior U.S. economist at Societe […]

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