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Hiring by corporate India grew 14% during Q3 2021: Michael Page

Live Mint 25 Oct 2021
In the aftermath of the pandemic, corporate India has shown strong signs of resilience with job opportunities growing 14% in Q3 2021 compared to the same quarter of the previous year, according to a report by recruitment firm Michael Page. The surge in hiring is led by the engineering and manufacturing as well as the technology sector.
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Time for Fed to taper bond purchases, Powell says

Shenzhen Daily 25 Oct 2021
jobs now than there were before the coronavirus pandemic ... It’s “very possible” the Fed’s full employment goal could be met next year, Powell said Friday, if supply chain constraints ease as expected and the service sector opens more fully, allowing job growth to speed back up. Job gains slowed sharply in August and September as COVID-19 cases surged.
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After losing thousands of jobs during the pandemic, Alaska's oil industry is slow to bounce back

Marietta Daily Journal 25 Oct 2021
Oct. 25—Thousands of Alaskans have rejoined the workforce and oil prices are surging. But Alaska's oil industry, which has powered the state's economy in the past, isn't seeing job growth like other trades are. Oil and gas companies cut more ... .
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The Energy Bulletin Weekly 25 October 2021

Resilience 25 Oct 2021
The surge in oil prices is drawing fund managers back into shares of oil and gas companies, even as some remain unsure that the price gains will stick ... Surging prices for natural gas threaten to eat up the profit some oil refiners make on their fuels, forcing them to cut processing rates and even altering standard crude-buying patterns ... EV surge.
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6 reasons why the 'Great Resignation' is temporary and won't lead to inflation-induced weakness in ...

Business Insider 24 Oct 2021
US job openings surged to a record 10.9 million in July, and annual wage growth has trended closer to 10% over the past few months, compared to an average of about 5% since 2014 ... With much of the "Great Resignation" being fueled by those quitting low-income jobs, legal permanent residents could fill in the gap and mitigate a surge in wages.
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Investors brace for month-end volatility amid earnings rush

Gulf News 24 Oct 2021
Surge in oil prices continue. Oil prices have surged more than 25 per cent since late August, with Brent topping $80 a barrel and hitting three-year highs ... Investors are estimating that surging energy prices and tightening job markets will pressure top central banks to either raise interest rates or at least rein in the stimulus.
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1.7 million migrants illegally crossed the US border in the past year, the highest number ...

Business Insider 24 Oct 2021
The US/Canada border in Lansdowne, Ontario, pictured in March 2020 ... The surge in numbers could be due to job losses during the pandemic, the New York Times reports ... According to the New York Times, the surge in migrants could be due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as people from around the world sought out economic opportunities after facing job losses.
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‘Striketober’ is showing workers’ rising power – but will it lead to lasting change?

The Observer 24 Oct 2021
Meanwhile, many non-union workers – frequently dismayed with low pay, volatile schedules and poor treatment – have quit their jobs or refused to return to their old ones after being laid off during the pandemic. In August, 4.2 million workers quit their jobs, part of what has been called the Great Resignation.
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California's job growth took a hit as the Delta variant spread

Finger Lakes Times 23 Oct 2021
California's job growth slowed last month, and its unemployment rate remained high as the state, still pummeled by the COVID-19 Delta variant, struggled to recover economic momentum ... California payrolls added 47,400 net new jobs last month for a total of 16.67 million ... "Job losses were steepest among Black and Hispanic women.
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Time for Fed to taper bond purchases but not to raise rates, Powell says

Gulf News 23 Oct 2021
jobs now than there were before the coronavirus pandemic ... Job gains slowed sharply in August and September as COVID-19 cases surged ... needing to raise interest rates to prevent inflation from spiraling out of control and, by doing so, cutting short the jobs recovery.
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The housing crisis and the labor shortage are linked: People can't take jobs if there ...

Business Insider 23 Oct 2021
Numerous studies show that affordable housing improves job growth, while expensive housing can damage local economies ... Though the Bay Area boasts abundant jobs, housing for the people to fill those jobs isn't affordable ... The price surge was most intense in the most populous areas, making job hubs even less accessible to low-income workers.
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Alberta government says jobs, economy, COVID to be focus of fall legislature sitting

CBC 23 Oct 2021
The Alberta government plans a busy fall legislature sitting aimed at adding jobs and diversifying the economy while focusing on tamping down the renewed surge of COVID-19 ... .
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AB government says jobs, economy, COVID to be focus of fall sitting (Business)

Castanet 23 Oct 2021
The Alberta government plans a busy fall legislature sitting aimed at adding jobs and diversifying the economy while focusing on tamping down the renewed surge of COVID-19 ... had moved to the “endemic” phase and there was no need to plan for a renewed case surge.
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3 members of family die of suspected dengue in a week

Indian Express 23 Oct 2021
Twitter user's post wins the internetTrendingUS teacher dances wearing Native American headgear, sent on leave following outrageTrendingSouth Korean protestors channel 'Squid Game' to highlight economic woes, demand job security ... Amid dengue case surge in Delhi, ...

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