Bloomberg Business Radio, BBR July 11 2022
Bisnow, ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’: Economists React To June Jobs Report On Twitter
TCF.org, What Biden Has Done—and Still Can Do—for Workers
Politico Morning Money, Why a blowout jobs number would be bad for Biden
Boston Globe, As the economy wobbles, where does that leave workers?
CNN Business, Job market whiplash is hitting tech and crypto hard
Newsweek, Layoffs at 95 Tech Companies in June Quicken Potential Recession Slide
CNN Business, A spate of layoffs is fueling recession anxiety
San Antonio Current, Another San Antonio Starbucks store seeks to unionize, says company fired worker in retaliation
Axios Austin, Austin Starbucks workers join national labor push
Advisory Board, If you can’t fire an underperformer… what’s next?
Axios Twin Cities, Twin Cities Starbucks workers join national labor push
Star Tribune, Minnesota’s jobless rate hits record low 2.2%, and people doing the hiring feel the pinch
Axios, Workers’ leverage is here to stay
Global Finance, Bosses Beware, Unionization Might Be Making A Comeback
Associated Press, More pressure on the Fed from April jobs report
Marketplace, What a dip in productivity tells us about the economy
KARE 11, St. Paul Starbucks baristas first in Minnesota to unionize
Wall Street Journal, Transformed Labor Market Means Odds of Getting Laid Off at Historic Lows
Washington Post, Some economists celebrate Biden’s economy, even if the public doesn’t
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