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6 | Employment Restructuring Report U.S. Employment Restructuring Report Q2 2013

6 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013
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contents
summary
01 US Labor
market trends
02 US regional
labor trends
03 most heavily
impacted sectors
04 US labor
market outlook
05 major
announced
US job layoffs
about this
report
US JOB openings (SEPT 2009 to MAR 2013)
Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics
0
500000
1000000
March 2013February 2013January 2013December 2012November 2012October 2012September 2012August 2012July 2012June 2012May 2012April 2012March 2012February 2012January 2012December 2011November 2011October 2011September 2011August 2011July 2011June 2011May 2011April 2011March 2011February 2011January 2011December 2010November 2010October 2010September 2010August 2010July 2010June 2010May 2010April 2010March 2010February 2010January 2010December 2009November 2009October 2009September 2009
0
500,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
2,000,000
2,500,000
3,000,000
3,500,000
4,000,000
December2011
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Broadly, the jobs
market is making
progress but it is
fluctuating month-by-
month, and is still at
a pace that does not
reflect a fully
fledged recovery.

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