Tag: Labor Market

Labor Market Breadth: A Cycle Low

Labor Market Breadth: A Cycle Low

Tom Keene was out with a chart today referencing Zerohedge’s point that a large percentage of the non-farm payroll growth has been a result of lower paying industries, such as food and drinking places – or as they would put […]

The Fear and Greed Trader

The Fear and Greed Trader

A holiday-interrupted week is loaded with important economic data. Since many market participants will skip Monday to stretch their weekend, the action will focus on Friday’s employment situation report. People will be asking:Venture Capital Investing Process Improvement Through “Machine Learning” […]

JOLTed

JOLTed

Today’s release of the Job Openings & Labor Turnover (JOLTs) revealed a few interesting observations about the US labor market. First, the pace of hires is fading. Keep in mind JOLTs data is released a month after employment data, so […]

The Labor Market Working Nine To Five

The Labor Market Working Nine To Five

Few scenes elicit laughter more than a hog-tied, dog-collared Dabney Coleman swinging from the ceiling struts of his own bedroom. You already know I’m referring to that perfect moment in Nine to Five. Franklin Hart, Jr., the 1980 film’s dredge of humanity boss, laboriously […]