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313K New Jobs Last Month Per Jobs Report | STEM Can Do More

job numbers are ok but improved STEM education will recruit many more high wage technical, engineering, scientific, IT, R&D and manufacturing technology jobs

Job numbers were strong on Friday, March 9, 2018. The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 313,000 last month. It was the strongest monthly gain since July 2016. The unemployment rate of 4.1% held at the lowest level since December 2000 for the fifth straight month!

Although … Read More


Driving Up Engineering, Technical & Scientific Jobs Part 3

Technical, engineering, IT, Research and Development or R&D, scientific and manufacturing recruiting is the key to future jobs growth

Jobs creation rebounded last month with U.S. employers adding 261,000 in October. This resulted in the unemployment rate dropping to 4.1%, its lowest level since December 2000.

However, this was not a totally joyful scenario according to most economists, who expected 315,000 new jobs last month.

Unfortunately, as I shared … Read More


Driving Up Engineering, Technical & Scientific Jobs Part 2

Technical, engineering, IT, Research and Development or R&D, scientific and manufacturing recruiting is the key to future jobs growth

One of the major tools governments are now employing to recruit new jobs, companies and industries is “cash incentives.” This was a major part of Wisconsin’s successful $3 billion recruitment effort of technology giant Foxconn Technology Group that won over other more lucrative recruiting efforts such as Michigan’s 27% … Read More


Driving Up Engineering, Technical & Scientific Jobs Part 1

Technical, engineering, IT, Research and Development or R&D, scientific and manufacturing recruiting is the key to future jobs growth

The Labor Department reported this morning that U.S. employers lost 33,000 jobs last month. This was their first loss in seven years ending a streak of 83 straight months of adding new jobs, which was the longest stretch of job growth ever! Additionally, workers’ wages only gained 12 cents, or … Read More


AI, IoT, Robotics Technology Creating New Fulfillment Jobs

Logistics jobs growing as companies apply more technology such as AI, IoT, Big Data, Robotics

As I shared in my last article, the Labor Department reported in their most recent jobs report that employer recruiting increased in April with 211,000 new hires. This caused the unemployment rate to fall to 4.4%, its lowest level in nearly a decade! One area that exemplifies this hiring growth … Read More


21st Century Cures Act: More Healthcare Technology And Jobs

21st Century Cures Act will invigorate scientific, engineering, R&D (research and development), IT, technical and manufacturing technology in the healthcare field

Yesterday, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act, which not only improved healthcare conditions for most Americans, but also will ramp up R&D (research and development), scientific, engineering, IT (information technology) and manufacturing jobs and technical healthcare breakthroughs. This will create have the side benefit of creating many … Read More


Technology And Manufacturing Jobs Market Getting Stronger

American employers hired additional 178,000 non-farm workers in November. This led to the unemployment rate dropping to 4.6%, which was its lowest level in nine years! Additionally, two other jobs reports point to an improved talent and wages picture. 

Strong Manufacturing And Technology Jobs Hiring

First, the Strategic Search Corporation technology jobs report … Read More


Jobs Pick Up Especially Engineering, Scientific, Technical

The Labor Department reported this morning that 161,000 jobs were created last month. This was the 73rd straight month of jobs creation! Additionally, September’s jobs figures were again revised upward to 191,000.

Strong Jobs And Wages Gains

The strong jobs numbers prompted Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont Securities … Read More


Only 38,000 Jobs Created; Need To Improve Your Job Hunting Skills!

The Labor Department announced today that hiring decelerated to its slowest pace in more than five years in May. Nonfarm payrolls rose by only a seasonally adjusted 38,000 in May. This was its weakest performance since September 2010. Their revisions also showed employers added a combined 59,000 fewer jobs in … Read More


Overall Jobs Creation Declined, But Engineering and Technical Recruiting Remains Strong!

The overall U.S. jobs market declined in April. This was a strong sign that employers are getting worried that the economy will slow next year.

The Labor Department reported Friday that non-farm payrolls rose by only a seasonally adjusted 160,000 in April. This was a drop of 55,000 jobs over … Read More