Friday, October 9, 2009

Job Openings At Lowest Recorded

Bloomberg is reporting:
The number of unfilled positions fell by 21,000 to 2.39 million, the fewest since records began in 2000, the Labor Department said today in Washington. Openings were down by 2.4 million, or 50 percent, since peaking in July 2007.
Read the complete article here.

Read my related post, "Low Number Of US Job Openings: Is There A Structural Problem?" about the low level of job openings here.

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