New Jobless Claims Falling

Lucky for you you’ve decided to work in a field that promises uninterrupted growth.  And the nature of medical billing and coding is such that it seems unlikely that the work could ever be outsourced to a foreign country.  Despite that good news, the economic picture still has an impact on overall hiring and it continues to look dicey out there.  However, very recently there seems to be a modest drop in the number of new claims for unemployment assistance.  This may be an indicator of slow growth in hiring. The Labor Department said Thursday that the number of people seeking benefits dipped by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 388,000 for the week that ended March 26. That’s the second decline in three weeks. Applications near 375,000 or below are consistent with a sustained increase in hiring. Applications peaked during the recession at 659,000. Click here for more details.

2 Responses to “New Jobless Claims Falling”

  1. violet williams

    This is good news because of the state of the economy things have been very hard for a lot of people they are hurting. It would be nice to see a turn around in the job market so that people can find employment. But I do have a concern about the article that say we are out of step with the rest of the world richest industrialized nations it is tmie for us to step things up.

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