The nation’s job market last month delivered just what the Federal Reserve and nervous investors hoped for: A Goldilocks-style hiring report. Job growth was solid — not too hot, not too cold. And more Americans began looking for work, which could ease worker shortages over time and defuse some of the inflationary pressures that the Fed has made its No. 1 mission.
During a period of time in the United States where employers are struggling to fill their open positions, WalletHub has a released a report that states Wyoming has the 2nd highest job resignation rate in the country.