The labor market’s rebalancing act
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Fewer job openings? Normally that's not great news, but it could actually be an encouraging sign right now. Plus, retailers can finally slim down their inventories.
Segments From this episode
Job openings fall in a possible sign of the elusive "soft landing"
Fewer job openings in normal times might be not great news, but right now, it is — cautiously speaking — a good sign.
Employers want everyone back in the office — for real this time
A less robust job market has made corporate leaders' preference easier to implement.
After years of too much or too little, a return to just-in-time inventory
The cycle of shortages and overstocking may be easing, thanks to supply chains restarting in Asia and the cost of storing products.
California writers cafe changes the business model for coworking spaces
A subscription-based coworking site in San Francisco functions as a private coffee shop for members and fosters collaboration.
What Argentina’s inflation crisis says about trust in economic institutions
"It really is important to remember that confidence and trust really underpin our financial system," says Emily Stewart of Vox.
Wyoming school is training students for a new energy future
A power plant in the offing will need trained workers to build and operate it. A local college has the first power-line program in the state.
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Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
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