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4.5 Million Americans Quit Their Jobs in March As Openings Remain High

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4.5 Million Americans
Quit Their Jobs in March , As Openings Remain High.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics published the new data on May 3.
CNN reports the industries that saw the largest increase in departures were professional and business services and construction. .
CNN reports the industries that saw the largest increase in departures were professional and business services and construction. .
As employers require workers to return to offices, quits are ticking upwards. A major reason for quitting is to find a remote opportunity, Julia Pollak, ZipRecruiter chief economist, via Twitter.
Available jobs
continue
to climb.
According to the report, there were
11.5 million job openings in March,
the most since December 2000.
CNN reports that equates to 1.9 job openings for each unemployed person throughout the month of March.
The industries that saw an increase in available jobs were retail and manufacturing.
The industries that saw an increase in available jobs were retail and manufacturing.
Available government, transportation and utilities jobs decreased.
Available government, transportation and utilities jobs decreased.
Available government, transportation and utilities jobs decreased.
The number of new hires remained steady at 6.7 million.
The number of new hires remained steady at 6.7 million.
Demand for workers remains white-hot. This is very broad, enormous growth. Even though we’ve almost recovered all of the jobs lost in the pandemic,
the labor market just keeps getting tighter and tighter, Julia Pollak, ZipRecruiter chief economist, via statement,
as reported by 'The Washington Post'.
Demand for workers remains white-hot. This is very broad, enormous growth. Even though we’ve almost recovered all of the jobs lost in the pandemic,
the labor market just keeps getting tighter and tighter, Julia Pollak, ZipRecruiter chief economist, via statement,
as reported by 'The Washington Post'

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