According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the national unemployment rate for recent graduates is 3.7%, just a little below the overall unemployment rate of 3.8%. The job market for new graduates had significantly shifted in recent years, especially since 2011, when the unemployment rate for college graduates reached a whopping 7.1%.
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In September 2019, Florida's unemployment rate is at 3.2%, lower by 0.1% compared to the previous month and lower by 0.3% than the national rate. The private sector has gained 215,000 jobs over the year, with professional and business services and the financial sectors having the fastest job growth rate at 3.6% and 3.3%.
This only shows that the sunshine state is becoming more known for its business-friendly environment that continues to attract investors and professional growth in innovation and talent development.
The Midwest was once a place where businesses flourished and where workers wanted to live. Unfortunately, in the '80s, many of the industries that created so much prosperity lost their way and left behind workers and empty factories.
The number of people eligible to receive overtime has increased due to a new rule set by the Trump administration.
Washington DC's tech jobs are consistently on the rise with top tech companies like Amazon, Google, Yelp, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple joining the DC tech industry. With the growing number of tech businesses in the area, filling up open positions with people who have high tech skills has recently become a top priority for hiring managers.