Friday, May 7, 2021

g-f(2)265 The Big Picture of the Digital Age (5/7/2021), WSJ, Strong Expected Job Growth in April Set to Propel Economy.


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Economists expect payrolls grew by one million in April after rising by 916,000 in March. They project the unemployment rate fell to 5.8%, down from 6% in March and a record-high 14.8% last April when the pandemic struck.
  • Higher vaccination rates, fiscal stimulus and easing business restrictions are converging to support an economic boom across the U.S.
  • Gross domestic product, the broadest measure of goods and services made in the U.S., grew at a 6.4% seasonally adjusted annual rate in the first quarter.
  • Businesses are seeking workers to meet the surge in spending. 
  • Many employers across the U.S. are reporting they can’t find enough workers, even though millions of people are unemployed. This phenomenon could restrain economic growth in the coming months.


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  • Economists expect payrolls grew by one million in April after rising by 916,000 in March. They project the unemployment rate fell to 5.8%, down from 6% in March and a record-high 14.8% last April when the pandemic struck.
    • Higher vaccination rates, fiscal stimulus and easing business restrictions are converging to support an economic boom across the U.S.
    • Gross domestic product, the broadest measure of goods and services made in the U.S., grew at a 6.4% seasonally adjusted annual rate in the first quarter.
    • Businesses are seeking workers to meet the surge in spending. 
    • Many employers across the U.S. are reporting they can’t find enough workers, even though millions of people are unemployed. This phenomenon could restrain economic growth in the coming months.


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ALERT, WSJ, An economic boom across the U.S.

  • Higher vaccination rates, fiscal stimulus and easing business restrictions are converging to support an economic boom across the U.S.

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Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

Sarah Chaney Cambon is a reporter on The Wall Street Journal's economics team with a focus on covering economic data and its implications on everyday life. A native Tar Heel, Sarah graduated in 2016 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Email her at sarah.chaney@wsj.com and follow her on Twitter: @sechaney.


Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

Gwynn Guilford covers the U.S. economy from the Washington, D.C., bureau.


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