Is a wider job market cool-off starting to take hold?
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There are signs that the job market cooldown, which has been slow to materialize, is starting to accelerate. Fresh data from the Labor Department released yesterday saw a marked decrease in job openings — while that may spell good news for the Fed's fight against inflation, openings are still way above pre-pandemic levels. And, we speak with the University of Rochester's Ranga Dias, who tells us about a potentially revolutionary breakthrough that researchers made looking into room-temperature superconductors.
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Job openings fall as the labor market slows
Job openings fell by more than 1.3 million in January and February, according to fresh data, but are above pre-pandemic levels.
Could a recent scientific breakthrough in electric conductivity transform tech?
Researchers at the University of Rochester created a material that could make superconducting possible at room temperature.
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