SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – June 2021 has been the strongest month for job development within the U.S.
Final week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 850,000 jobs had been added in June.
In the meantime, the unemployment charge did improve by 1%, weighting in at 5.9%.
Regardless of the positive factors, the economic system does nonetheless have much less jobs than in February 2020.
California unemployment caps at $450 every week, plus a federal $300 every week complement that ends in September.
Employment Lawyer Annie Ellis joined KUSI’s Elizabeth Alvarez to debate the job market on Good Morning San Diego.
The employment scarcity is not only for low-wage jobs, however reaches far into the well-qualified positions, too, stated Ellis.