Trending Now: From the office of William J. Grubbs, President & CEO of Cross Country Healthcare
The Cross Country Heathcare Workforce Trending Now speaks to the latest BLS monthly job numbers, providing additional insight into the latest economic indicators and workforce trends, complemented by charts and graphs. View our most current report and access our archive of past economic reports as we share insight into the ever-changing economic dynamics of the healthcare industry.
Employers Added 223,000 Jobs In May; Unemployment Rate At 18-Year Low
Employers Add 164,000 Jobs In April; Unemployment Rate falls to 3.9%
Employers Add 103,000 Jobs In March; Unemployment Rate At 4.1% For Sixth Consecutive Month
Exceptional February Jobs Report: 313,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Unchanged At 4.1%
Employers Add 200,000 Jobs In January; Unemployment Rate Holds Steady At 4.1%
Employers Add 148,000 Jobs In December; Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 4.1%
Employers Hire 228,000 Workers In November, Unemployment Holds At 4.1%
Employers Add 261,000 Jobs In October, Unemployment Down Another Notch To 4.1%
Hurricanes Stall Job Growth In September; Unemployment Rate Drops Further To 4.2%
Employers add 156,000 jobs in August;Unemployment rate up slightly to 4.4%
Windfall of 209,000 jobs added in July; Unemployment rate at 16-year low
Employment Surge Adds 222,000 Jobs In June; Unemployment Rate Flat At 4.4%
138,000 Jobs Added In May; 4.3% Unemployment Rate At 16-Year Low
Job Creation Rebounds In April With 211,000 Jobs Added; Unemployment Down To 4.4%
March unemployment rate lowest since 2007 at 4.5%, job gains tepid at 98,000
Employers add 235,000 jobs in February; Unemployment rate down slightly at 4.7%
Employers add 227,000 jobs in January; Unemployment saw little change at 4.8%
Employers add 156,000 jobs in December; Wage increase highest since great recession; Unemployment up slightly at 4.7%
Employers add 161,000 jobs in October; unemployment flat at 4.9%
Employers added 156,000 jobs in September, less than the 172,000 predicted by economists.
Employers add 151,000 jobs in August; unemployment holds steady at 4.9%
Employment report exceeds analyst predictions again, adding 255,000 jobs in July; unemployment unchanged at 4.9%
Job creation rallies with employers adding 287,000 jobs in June; unemployment up slightly to 4.9%
Job creation drops sharply with 38,000 jobs added in May; unemployment rate falls even further to 4.7%
Job market holds steady with 160,000 jobs added in April, unemployment remains low at 5%.
Job market remains strong, adding 215,000 jobs in March; Unemployment unchanged at 5%.
Job growth reduces pace in January with 151,000 jobs added; unemployment rate remains at historical low of 4.9%
Job growth in 2015 ends on high note with 292,000 jobs added in December; more than 2.5 million jobs created in 2015, solidifying strength of economy
November job growth solid, gaining 211,000 jobs; unemployment rate remains flat at 5%
Sizzling job market boasts largest gains of the year; unemployment rate at 7-year low
September job gains slow, creating 142,000 jobs; unemployment remains flat at 5.1%
Employment posts solid midsummer gains, adding 215,000 jobs in July; unemployment remains unchanged at 5.3%
The labor market adds 223,000 jobs in June; unemployment at 5.3%
The labor market strengthened in spring by adding 280,000 jobs in May.
Healthcare generates 45,000 jobs in April, over 390,000 in last year
U.S. economy shows mixed results in March, adds 126,000 jobs
U.S. economy shows strong gains in February, adding 295,000 jobs.
U.S. economy gains 257,000 in January; hiring in the final two months of 2014 stronger than previously reported
U.S. economy ends 2014 on a strong note
Economy shows strong job growth, adding 321,000 jobs in november; Healthcare contributes 28,900 jobs
Econmony continues to grow; Healthcare adds 24,500 jobs
Healthcare adds 22,600 jobs to the economy; July and August total jobs revised upward
Healthcare job creation remains strong in August despite relatively low overall job gains
U.S. job market still strong as healthcare sees continued growth in Ambulatory Care
Healthcare employment trending in a positive direction as new jobs are added and demand continues to grow.