Projected Annual Job Openings
refers to the average annual job openings
due to growth and net replacement.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Openings
and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) continued to trend upward, showing increased labor market activity, but at a slower pace in 2016 than in 2015.
The active job openings
-to-applicants ratio is defined as monthly active job openings
subtracted by monthly active job applicants.
Information (this includes publishing, data processing, telecommunications and broadcasting): job opening
rate of 3.
3 million job openings
, topped the list in July 2016.
Statewide, employers reported that they had trouble filling 59 percent of their job openings
, even in an expanding economy.
The relentless increase in job openings
continues, signaling that employers are finding it increasingly difficult to find suitable staff,'' Shepherdson said.
The surge in the number of job openings
since last spring is nothing short of spectacular," Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, wrote in a note to clients.
October marks the fifth consecutive month Illinois employers have advertised for more than 200,000 job openings
, IDES Director Jay Rowell said.
Early on in the current recovery, economists and policymakers were worried about a potential shift in the Beveridge curve--an empirical relationship between job openings
and unemployment that is viewed as a measure of the efficiency with which the labor market is matching unemployed workers to the available openings.
The government entrusted the Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning to publish these job openings
within eight days.
16A 790 job openings
have been reported to Labor Bureaus -A by 354 more than in March; most of them a 70% or 11A 750 coming from the private sector.