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      • Job Openings and Labor Turnover data for July 2020 are scheduled to be released September 9, 2020, at 10:00 A.M. Eastern Time.

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      Hires decrease in June; job openings, quits, and total separations rise

      08/10/2020

      Hires decreased to 6.7 million, the second highest level in series history. The largest monthly increase in hires occurred in May 2020. Job openings, quits and total separations increased in June.
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      • BLS identified errors in the JOLTS federal government estimates for January 2020. These errors also affect total nonfarm, government, and all four regions. These errors have been corrected with the July 7, 2020 release. More information on these corrections as well as a complete list of corrections in this news release and in the JOLTS database can be found at www.magnetmusik.com/bls/errata/corrections-to-job-openings-and-labor-turnover-survey-estimates-for-january-2020.htm

      • Revisions and Methodology Change:
        With the release of January 2020 data on March 17, job openings, hires, and separations data have been revised to incorporate annual updates to the Current Employment Statistics employment estimates and the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) seasonal adjustment factors. Tables showing the revisions from 2015 through 2020 can be found using this link: http://www.magnetmusik.com/jlt/revisiontables.htm.

      • Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and August 2017 JOLTS data

      • With the release of January 2009 data on March 10, 2009, BLS implemented improvements to the methodology used to generate estimates of hires, separations, and job openings from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) program. These changes were designed to improve the measurement of hires, separations, and openings and to more closely align the hires and separations estimates with monthly employment change as measured by the BLS Current Employment Statistics (establishment) survey. All JOLTS historical series were revised to incorporate the new methods. For general information about the improvements in our methodology, please see (www.magnetmusik.com/jlt/methodologyimprovement.htm).

       

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      Latest Job Openings Level:
      5,889,000(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

      Latest Job Openings Rate:
      4.1%(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

      Latest Hires Rate:
      4.9%(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

      Latest Turnover Rate:
      3.5%(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

      Latest Quits Rate:
      1.9%(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

      Latest Layoffs/Discharges Rate:
      1.4%(p) in Jun 2020 Historical Data

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