Economics @ ITT

Whats Wrong With the U.S. Job Market?

Posted in economics, employment, macroeconomics by ittecon on May 10, 2013

The breakdown of the labor market can be blamed on either supply or demand. Those who argue that the supply of labor is the main problem say that many Americans simply aren’t qualified for the jobs available. On May 7, the BLS reported that there were more than 3.8 million job openings in the U.S. at the end of March—at a time when more than 11 million people were looking for work.

via Whats Wrong With the U.S. Job Market? – Businessweek.

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