S&P 500 vs. U.S. Labor Market

S&P 500 vs. U.S. Labor Market This chart highlights the wide divergence between the S&P 500 and the U.S. labor market. Image: Hondo Tomasz

U.S. Civilians Not In Labor Force

U.S. Civilians Not In Labor Force To put things into perspective, there currently about 137 million employed workers in the United States, and 102 million Americans are not in the labor force. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

KC Fed Labor Market Conditions Index and Recessions

KC Fed Labor Market Conditions Index and Recessions The KC Fed Labor Market Conditions Index is positive. Labor market conditions remain above their long-run average. Historically, a negative value is a necessary, but not sufficient requirement for recessions: it means that labor market conditions are below their long-run average.

U.S. Labor Market Distributions Spider Chart

U.S. Labor Market Distributions Spider Chart The U.S. labor market distributions spider chart shows broad labor market developments. Image: Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Debt, Demographics and Labor Force Growth

Debt, Demographics and Labor Force Growth The slowdown in the labor force in the U.S., China, Europe and Japan, represents 62% of the world’s GDP and 69% of the equity market capitalization. The labor force growth is expected to be -1% by 2055. Image: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Labor Market

U.S. Labor Market Chart suggesting that the U.S. labor market is still strong and healthy. Image: NBF Economics and Strategy