As we head into the fall, several indicators suggest workers are in a historically strong position. Learn what falling oil prices, uneven economic growth and equity valuations have to do with the state of the labor market—and what it all means for the future of the expansion.
Good Signs on the Economic Horizon There was a lot of encouraging news last week for the US economy—car sales in August were better than expected, jobless claims held low, consumer spending remained strong and the stock market bounced back to a near-record high. With US-China trade talks resuming and the chances of a no-deal Brexit growing slimmer, recessionary worries appear to be just that: worries. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE
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