U.S. Job Openings Rose in July as Hiring Accelerated
Demand for workers has remained well above the number of total available workers in a tight labor market that is showing signs of slight loosening
U.S. job openings rose in July as employers scooped up workers in a tight labor market.
The Labor Department on Tuesday said there were a seasonally adjusted 11.2 million job openings in July, up from the previous month’s upwardly revised 11 million. Job openings have remained elevated and above 10 million since the summer of 2021.