Bill Mitchell: US Labour Market – creating work but participation and real wages falling

In July 2022, the US labour market produced reasonable growth in employment but at the same time the participation rate fell.

The fall in the official unemployment rate was all down to the declining participation rate.

There are no fundamental wage pressures emerging at present despite the spikes in inflation arising from supply chain constraints.

Real wages fell for the fourth consecutive month.

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