Temporary staffing jobs see significant month-to-month growth
B.L.S. has released preliminary numbers on the number of temporary workers employed in the US during December. After a 12,000 dip in jobs when moving from October 2015 to November 2015, the temporary employment sector saw a surge of 34,400 jobs added in December 2015. Overall, non-farm employment increased by 292,000 in January. The unseasonably warm weather has been cited as a possible reason for the growth in jobs. The good news comes at a time where economic indicators have been signaling some weakness. The unemployment rate has stagnated the last few months remaining at five percent and the stock market has been the subject of incredible volatility and steep declines.
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