Ratio of U.S. Job Seekers to Openings Drops to Four-Year Low - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The ratio of unemployed Americans to every job opening fell in June to its lowest level in over four years, a positive sign for wages and the broader economy. That meant just under three workers sought each open job, marking a good deal of progress from the dark days of 2009, when the ratio was nearly seven workers per one job.



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