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U.S. Workforce: October 2021 Update

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] We've updated our monthly workforce analysis to include the latest Employment Report for October. The unemployment rate dropped to 4.6%, and the number of new nonfarm jobs (a relatively volatile number subject to extensive revisions) came in at 531K.

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We've updated our monthly workforce analysis to include the latest Employment Report for October. The unemployment rate dropped to 4.6%, and the number of new nonfarm jobs (a relatively volatile number subject to extensive revisions) came in at 531K.

Jill Mislinski
Jill has been working with Advisor Perspectives since 2012 and is currently their Research Director as part of Doug Short’s team. Her background is in mathematics and physics and she holds a Master of Science in Physical Science with a concentration in physics and astronomy from the University of Chicago.

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