Utah Job Numbers | August 2017

Most Recent Employment Numbers in Utah

The Utah Department of Work Force Services releases data on current jobs and unemployment for the state on a monthly basis. You can watch their most recent video below for a detailed update of the most recent employment data.

The state of Utah currently has a 3.4% unemployment rate ranking below the 4.4% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.4% job growth (compared to June of 2016) rate last month compared to the 1.5% national growth rate.

“Employers are expressing a need for skilled workers to fill jobs at all different levels,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. “Now is the time to take your career to the next level.”

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Derek Daley, an account manager at our North Salt Lake, Utah staffing office had this to say about the latest job report:

“The opportunity of employment in Utah right now is great and even greater for skilled workers.  Not only is it an awesome time to get started with an entry level position, but there is great opportunity for advancements and promotions within many companies.  We are in the business of finding people jobs, so we are a driving factor in getting those who are unemployed back in the workforce.”

Thanks for the input Derek!

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Utah Job Numbers | July 2017

Most Recent Employment Numbers in Utah

The Utah Department of Work Force Services releases data on current jobs and unemployment for the state on a monthly basis. You can watch their most recent video below for a detailed update of the most recent employment data.

The state of Utah currently has a 3.2% unemployment rate ranking below the 4.3% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.1% job growth (compared to May of 2016) rate last month compared to the 1.5% national growth rate.

“We have been strong yet steady,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. “We can probably maintain this for many months to come.”

utah employmentHow Utah Employment Numbers Affect Staffing

SandraMarie Clark, the assistant branch manager at our Ogden, Utah staffing office had this to say about the latest job report:

“I see this as a jobs tidal wave. Yes, we have less qualified applicants looking for work to place at the right position. Yet I feel with the job growth this is a positive effect so we can place the right applicant with a position they are qualified for as there are MANY different industries to choose from. The jump in job growth in Utah is a great thing for us here at YES to build relationships with a variety of clients and industries to offer those applicants still looking for work.”

Thanks for the input SandraMarie!

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Utah Job Numbers | June 2017

Most Recent Employment Numbers in Utah

The Utah Department of Work Force Services releases data on current jobs and unemployment for the state on a monthly basis. You can watch their most recent video below for a detailed update (released in May) of April’s employment data.

The state of Utah currently has maintained a 3.1% unemployment rate ranking below the 4.4% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.3% job growth (compared to April of 2016) rate last month compared to the 1.4% national growth rate.

“Last month Utah ranked first for both total job growth and private sector job growth,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. “We know that we’re one of the strongest economies in the nation.”

utah employmentHow Utah Employment Numbers Affect Staffing

Haylee Sorenson, an account manager at our Ogden, Utah staffing office had this to say about the latest job report:

“The current unemployment rate has it’s positives and negatives. The positive is that there are plenty of jobs available to current job seekers. The negative is that there’s not enough people to effectively fill these open job positions. I think that is where it affects the staffing work that we do.

We here at YES always want to deliver the right people, on time, the first time. It is taking a little longer to accomplish that goal of ours. We are still seeing people come through our door everyday but they may not be qualified for positions we have or simply may not be interested. We are having to get a little more creative with our outreach and we have to act fast when we find the right person for the job. We don’t want to just send a warm body, we want to send the right one.”

Thanks for the input Haylee!

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Utah Job Numbers | May 2017

Most Recent Employment Numbers in Utah

The Utah Department of Work Force Services regularly releases current jobs and unemployment numbers for the state. Watch their most recent video below for a detailed update (released in April) of March’s employment data.

The state of Utah currently has maintained a 3.1% unemployment rate ranking below the 4.5% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.2% job growth (compared to March of 2016) rate last month compared to the 1.5% national growth rate.

“People looking for work will likely have a good chance of finding work,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. “Employers are adding jobs here in our economy.”

utah employmentHow Utah Employment Numbers Affect Staffing

Irvin Lopez, an account manager at one of our Salt Lake City, Utah staffing offices had this to say about the latest job report:

“With the unemployment rate in Utah being 3.1 percent. The manufacturing industry is creating many jobs. Here at YES our main focus is in that particular industry which makes us a great place to find a job.”

Jordyn Arnold, an account manager at our Logan, Utah office added, “With a job growth rate of 3.2 percent, the state of Utah is a great place to be looking for work. We shouldn’t limit ourselves or our abilities. For people who are unhappy in their current jobs, don’t be afraid to look for new opportunities. With numerous possibilities, now is the time to find something that you are happy doing. YES is here to help with that transition. We enjoy being able to offer a wide range of positions with varying skill-sets, leaving an option for everyone. ”

Thanks for the input Irvin and Jordyn!

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Utah Job Numbers | April 2017

Most Recent Employment Numbers in Utah

The Utah Department of Work Force Services regularly releases current jobs and unemployment numbers for the state. Watch their most recent video below for a detailed update (released in March) of February’s employment data.

The state of Utah currently has a 3.1% unemployment rate ranking below the 4.7% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.3% job growth rate last month compared to the 1.7% national growth rate.

“Our extremely low unemployment rate shows that we are getting people into jobs and creating a lot of opportunities for jobseekers,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services.

utah employmentHow Utah Employment Numbers Affect Staffing

Seth Hopkin, an HR manager who works out of one of our Ogden, Utah staffing offices had this to say about the latest job report.

“When unemployment numbers are so low and so many companies are looking for qualified applicants, job hopping in positions that require technical training, secondary education, or extensive experience is more common.

For YES the low unemployment rate, even though statistics indicate we are in the ‘fastest growing’ segment of the economy, may be because it is harder to find the right fit for the positions that are available. I don’t know how much of the population is considered unemployable, or how to even define that term, but there are certainly fewer candidates to consider for each open position.

With that said, if it is difficult for YES to find employees, the service we provide becomes for more valuable for the companies we partner with because it is that much more time they don’t need to spend looking for the right candidate in a difficult hiring environment.”

Thanks for the input Seth.

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Utah Job Numbers | March 2017

The Latest Employment Numbers in Utah

Every month the Utah Department of Work Force Services releases current jobs and unemployment numbers for the state. Watch their most recent video below for a detailed update (released in March) of January’s employment data.

The state of Utah currently has a 3.1% unemployment rate which is well below the 4.8% national average.

We’ve also seen a 3.0% job growth rate last month compared to the 1.6% national growth rate.

“We have robust economic activity,” says Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. “The labor market is really churning.”

utah employmentHow Do Utah Employment Numbers Affect the Staffing Industry?

Denae Paspuel, out of our Logan, Utah staffing office simply had this to say about the latest job report. Work is available. Are you?”

Logan Laws, the branch manager at our North Salt Lake office, added, “This is a market that is almost completely in favor of the employees and the lead economist echoes that when she said that now is the time to go for a higher paying job or that promotion you have been wanting. Demand for solid workers is through the roof and people are starting to pay towards their desperation.”

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