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08 Apr. 2019 »
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) Declined in March

Employment slowdown may be on the horizon

03 Apr. 2019 »
Online Labor Demand Declined in March

But Solid Employment Growth Expected to Continue

01 Apr. 2019 »
Report: As the Economy Slows and Wages Surge, Corporate Profits Likely to Decline

In 2019, surging labor costs and slower revenue growth will likely lead to a decline in corporate profits in both the U.S. and other advanced economies, finds a new study on labor market trends.

11 Mar. 2019 »
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) Increased in February

Index Rebounds Following Government Shutdown

06 Mar. 2019 »
Online Labor Demand Increased in February

Solid Employment Growth to Continue in Coming Months

06 Feb. 2019 »
Online Labor Demand Increased Slightly in January

A significant labor market slowdown is unlikely

04 Feb. 2019 »
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) Declined in January

Index experiencing some softening since the summer

09 Jan. 2019 »
Online Labor Demand Increased in December

December Gain Reverses October and November Declines

05 Dec. 2018 »
Online Labor Demand Declined in November

The Conference Board launches Experimental Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL) Index

31 Oct. 2018 »
Study: Tight Labor Market Stagnating Gig Economy

Tight labor market and other factors responsible for static growth in nontraditional work


Leading Economic Index for:

  • Australia 0.3%
  • Brazil 1.3%
  • China 0.6%
  • Euro Area 0.0%
  • France 0.3%
  • Germany 0.2%
  • Global 0.4%
  • India 0.3%
  • Japan 0.4%
  • Korea 1.2%
  • Mexico 0.1%
  • Spain 0.1%
  • U.K. 0.4%
  • U.S. 0.4%
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  • Productivity:
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  • Global Economic Outlook:
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    Why Slower Growth Does Not Need to End in a Downturn

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