Worker confidence among IT professionals fell substantially in August, as the sector’s Hudson Employment Index (SM) dropped 9.4 points to 103.1 in August.
Worker confidence among accounting and finance professionals rose in August as the group's Hudson Employment Index (SM) increased 5.9 points to 112.5.
After both reported declines in July, confidence among Hispanic and African-American workers improved in August.
Worker confidence improved in Florida, as the state’s Hudson Employment Index ( SM) increased 4.4 points to 122.3.
California improved in August, as the state’s Hudson Employment Index SM rose 2.1 points to 110.8.
Forty-one percent (41%) of American adults have a favorable opinion of eBay while 16% have an unfavorable view.
Discover Business Card released the results of the inaugural Discover® Small Business Watch (SM) today, a new monthly Index of economic confidence of the nation’s 22 million small businesses with five or fewer employees.
Nearly 67% of owners of businesses with five or fewer employees are quite happy to have their companies remain small and 61% don’t expect to work for anyone else before they retire.
The Hudson Employment Index (SM) held steady at 101.9 in July, marking the third consecutive month that the measure of worker confidence has remained essentially unchanged.
Discussions about a possible alliance among General Motors (GM), Nissan and Renault have ignited sparks among union leaders and elected officials in Michigan and cast a renewed focus on the state of America’s auto industry.
While only 23 percent of U.S. employees work from home or are given that option, most of the work force (59 percent) believes that telecommuting at least part-time is the ideal work situation.
An inaugural survey of more than 600 private business owners in the United States whose companies employ at least 50 people showed decidedly mixed views on the current and future state of the U.S. economy.
Chicagoland consumers are less confident in the U.S. economy than the national average, according to the Rasmussen Consumer Index for Chicagoland released today by the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.
After declining in May, U.S. worker confidence in the employment market held steady in June, as the Hudson Employment Index(SM) shifted up 0.1 points to 102.4.