“We have had seven consecutive months with an unemployment rate below 4 percent. While employment growth has slowed, the number of unemployed has remained the same. The tight labor market is turning out to be an opportunity for those who have historically found it difficult to obtain a job, such as those without a high-school diploma. This is due to companies being forced to expand hiring criteria due to the surplus of job openings. That being said, an average of 158,000 jobs per month were added this year and the economy remains at full employment.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

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T E X A S   N E W S

CEO of Google visits Dallas, tours local company as he highlights region

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Construction Begins on 134K-SF World Houston 44

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El Paso Business-Cycle Picks Up, Following Decline

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Lenexa Sticks with Its Vision – And Finds Its Center

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Kansas City Business Journal- October 4, 2019

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