What the Drops in Temp and Remote Work Signal About the Job Market
A.M. Edition for Jan. 25. U.S. employers cut 110,800 temp workers in the last five months of 2022. WSJ reporter Sarah Chaney Cambon explains why many economists view the sector as an early indicator of future labor-market shifts. Plus, WSJ reporter Ray A. Smith discusses the dwindling number of remote job opportunities and what that signals about the changing shift in the power dynamics between employers and employees. Luke Vargas hosts.
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