Who is Missing from the Labor Force?

As we celebrate the achievement of American workers on this Labor Day, we shouldn’t forget those who are left out of the labor market. The labor force participation rate, which is the percent of the civilian population 16 years and over who have a job or are looking for one, hasn’t been lower since 1978.

Are American Workers Becoming More Fickle?

With the millennial generation entering the labor force, there is much talk that this new generation of workers is more mobile and less loyal to their employers. Chmura’s analysis of the historic employee tenure data shows that is not the case. While national employee tenure did decrease in recent years, it is more likely driven by economic conditions such as improved labor market conditions after the great recession.

Math Majors Solve Employers Problems

With students packing up to go back to college this month with declared or undeclared majors, it’s a good time to consider the fields that graduating students are going into and whether they match up with the skills businesses need. Do the math.

Computer Science Jobs on the Rise

Many recent high school graduates are likely considering a postsecondary education in computer science because those jobs are growing quickly today. But what will demand be when those graduates enter the job market?