Overwhelming Openings

When the Great Recession ended, there were 14.6 million unemployed job seekers in the US, but just 2.2 million job openings. The seekers/openings ratio was a dismal 6.6. Today, there are just 6.3 million job seekers and an all-time high of 6.7 million openings. There are now more job openings than job seekers. The ratio is at an all-time low of 0.9! In theory, there’s a job for everyone!

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