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Fresh update on "jobs" discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

01:11 min | 53 min ago

Fresh update on "jobs" discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"And so if that opportunity came again, I sure hope maybe I get that opportunity again. So my main question is, like, as far as power hungry, like, is there a problem with desiring desiring power? Or do I have some hidden psychopath in my soul? No, no, no, absolutely not. I mean, I think the way that I would put this is that everybody who wants power is, in some sense, power hungry. But in modern parlance, we've used that term to be negative, right? And I think the more accurate way of thinking about it is that there are two types of power hungry people. There are people who are hungry to serve and there are people who are hungry to abuse. And the important thing is, are the people who are hungry to serve, being identified correctly, and the people who are hungry to abuse be an identify correctly. Yeah. They both want power. So the question is, why do you want power? And to my mind, I think when I think about my own sort of, I'm a political scientist by training. But I got interested in politics when my mom was running for school board when I was 8 years old. And you know, okay, in a technical term, she was power hungry because she wanted power in the local school board, but she was drawn to help the school board and the school district just operate a bit better because she wanted her kids to have the best education and other kids to have great opportunities. I think the question is, if you create a world in which there's a lot of polarization in the United States right now, for example. And some of these local jobs are becoming quite toxic for people to sort of end up in, where they face harassment or abuse or occasionally threats..

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Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

"We're keeping our eyes on the world health assembly in the World Health Organization. And someone who has an amazing website, it's called leave the who dot com or leave the WHO dot com. And it's a substack page that is monitoring everything happening in the World Health Organization in real time. What amendments are being discussed, whose presenting them it's an extraordinary website, leave the who dot com. And the brilliant mind behind it is James rusky with us right now and he's been doing an amazing job covering it. James welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. I greatly appreciate it. I know time is precious. So I'll dive right into it. The latest that we've been able to find is going on, it's just so slippery, okay? The United States presented amendments back in January to the international health regulations. Now, if anybody says the word treaty, or they say the phrase pandemic treaty, that's a decoy. You're talking about something other than what we're talking about. We're talking about proposed amendments to international health regulations. Very concise documents, what has happened is in the last week or so, they've been having difficulty reaching consensus, right? Basically, people are objecting to it. Nations that are there. And the latest thing that I'm aware of because obviously I'm not in Geneva. I'm in my dining room. The latest thing that we're aware of is often some backroom somewhere. There are discussions. And the latest thing that the person who's running this committee that is considering these amendments, he said, in the issue, or to forward the cause of transparency, whatever happens in this back room meeting will be emailed to the people who are in the assembly. And I'm scratching my head going. Well, why don't you just talk about it in public, right? Why do you have to email it? How is that transparent? And so what's going on is they don't actually vote on these amendments. The procedure by which they get all of their resolutions and their documents, they'll have a document that's published on their website and all of the people who are there for the gathering for the assembly will have their computers and they can access the document. And they'll say something like, well, we're talking about document XYZ. Are there any objections, oh, there aren't any objections? Great. Documents been

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Kash Patel Makes Sense of the Michael Sussman Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 1 d ago

Kash Patel Makes Sense of the Michael Sussman Trial

"A friend of the show who has been monitoring the Michael sussman trial, and does a great job. His cash Patel, and cash Patel knows a lot of things happening out there that are below the surface. If you know what I mean, you know what I mean. Cash, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks so much for having me. I love the backdrop. Looking better and better every time. Yeah, thank you. We are in an undisclosed location in Indiana one of my favorite states. It doesn't get the attention it deserves. Cash what's going on in the sussman trial. We've been so distracted for good reason on the tragedy in Texas, World Health Organization, world health assembly, kind of catch us up kind of get us up to speed here. What's going on in the Michael sussman trial? Okay, real quick. So the government and the defense have rested their cases. That means they're done presenting evidence. So tomorrow, the judge, excuse me, the trial attorneys for John Durham and the attorneys for the defense will give their closing arguments to the jury. And the case is very simple in terms of evidence that actually is going to be used to convict Michael sussman. One, the deposition transcript of my interrogation of Michael sussman from 2018, which the whole world can see on Durham watch dot com. Where he said to me under oath. Hi, Michael sussman, I'm doing all this work, alpha bank stuff for the client, the client being Hillary Clinton. Michael sussman is now charged by John Dern with lying to the FBI because he went to the office with this alphabet nonsense. And this is what the evidence came out of trial and told the FBI. I'm here as quote a good Samaritan, not for anyone. The problem is you have the deposition, the testimony from the FBI, which they're dirty cops over there. So they're not that helpful. But if Michael Susan's own text message entered into evidence, the night before he went to the FBI, where he texted the head of the FBI's lawyer department and said, I'm coming to you as a good Samaritan. So did he lie to Congress or do you lie to the FBI? They're both illegal, but he's charged with lying to the FBI. And the kicker, the nice one is, the thumb drive that they loaded the alphabet fantasy on, paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign. Was bought by Michael sussman in Washington, D.C., and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign. They actually entered a receipt and billing record into

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President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 1 d ago

President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

"And I served with great pleasure, the man who is now on the line, the 45th president of the United States and God willing, the 47th president Trump, welcome to America first. And you did a great job. I have to say that. You did a great job at everybody respected you. And you were a strong voice. So that's why I do your show. Well, thank you kindly, and we're going to keep you on through the breaks. We're going to blast through the Blake skies. Don't go anywhere the president will be with us for the rest of the show. President, let's start with I really don't know how to react. You know I'm with newsmax now. I used to be with Fox. I had great respect for the Fox business hosts like varney. But I don't understand this interview he did with you recently where he said most of your supporters want to forget 2020 they want to move on. Well, president Trump, I was there. I watched you in the front row at Mar-a-Lago. I don't know how you did it. You sat there for 90 minutes for the premiere of the national Seuss's 2000 mules. You saw the evidence, sir, of an election stolen from you and 74 million voters at least. There is no way we can go forward unless we fix the problems of 2016. Do you agree? Well, first of all, let me just say about sir, I really like Stewart a lot. I was a little surprised because I really believe that if I said G under the circumstances because we've seen such corruption. I mean, the 2000 meals is incredible, but that's just one form of many. Now that's definitive and determinative because there's so many more votes than you need to win. But there are many other things they did also. It was a very corrupt election. I think that if I said that gee whiz, this was corrupt and all that. But we have to go for it. I think our base would be very upset about it if you want to know the truth. They would be very upset. And I don't think that people Stewart would be one of them. And Stuart's very good. But I don't think people realize that I could say other ones that we like Friends of ours. I don't think anyone knows how powerful this is.

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Police: Texas gunman was inside the school for over an hour

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Police: Texas gunman was inside the school for over an hour

"Texas authorities say the gunman who massacred 21 people at an elementary school was in the building for over an hour before he was killed by law enforcement officers in that timeline is stirring anger and questions among family members I'm Ben Thomas with the story There was not an officer readily available arm That's Texas Department of Public Safety regional director of Victor escallon discussing the police response to shots being heard from inside rob elementary school Javier Khazars tells the AP police on the scene were too slow We heard the shots you know what we heard but they're just going to go back And listen to our job but the jobs must go in and see if I have that weight His daughter Jacqueline was among the 19 children killed We're right that Escallon says the response is being reviewed with the officers involved What they were thinking what they did why they did it the video the residual interviews will have a better idea Could anybody have gone there sooner You got to understand small town That sound from ksat I'm Ben Thomas

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Michele Tafoya: To Politicians, Any Compromise Feels Like a Loss

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 d ago

Michele Tafoya: To Politicians, Any Compromise Feels Like a Loss

"Right. I mean, it's like a movie. It's like, it's like two immovable objects. You're so right about how we get entrenched in our and I'll tell you why I'll speak for myself why we worry about any wiggle room on the Second Amendment. You got people like Michael Moore just came right out yesterday, said time to repeal the Second Amendment. You've got people like President Biden, who literally said the Second Amendment is an absolute. Now I get that. There is a nuance there and I'm no constitutional scholar. I know the old argument about, well, you can't buy a bazooka and keep in the front yard on the other hand if we let anti gun politicians determine what kind of guns Americans are allowed to keep and bear. We're going to, we're not going to have any guns. Well, that's the slippery slope that everyone's afraid of, right? Right. But my husband and I were discussing this yesterday because it was the same thing that happened in the wake of the roe V wade leak that it was either your pro choice all the way up to 9 months or conception is the start of life. That moment. No, there is nuance to this. There are shades of this. There is a middle ground. Right. And I'm afraid that no one's willing to go there because they don't really want to lose the argument and they feel like any amount of compromise equals losing the argument and letting the other side win. When in fact, if we're going to function as a country, we've got to get together on this. And work hard on the difficult issues. It takes hard work. That better damn well be while you're in Washington because you went there to work hard, not because you wanted to go to the cocktail parties and have a job for life.

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Devin Nunes Is Now the CEO of the Trump Media and Technology Group

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 2 d ago

Devin Nunes Is Now the CEO of the Trump Media and Technology Group

"The left, the oligarchs of Palo Alto of tech valley said. Well, if you don't like Twitter, if you don't like Facebook, go and build something else. Well, guess what? President Trump, my former boss, your current boss said, okay, it is truth social my account is blowing up. I've got two, 3000 new followers every day at said go cron truth social super excited. If you look at engagement numbers, it's completely incomparable to Twitter. Let's talk about this sector that you're in charge of now for the Trump media and technology group. And the deal, it looks like somebody's going to try and clean up Twitter if he can, but now that we found out this deal from Elon Musk is stalled because of the question of fake accounts and bought accounts and that incredible news that seems to have sunk without a trace Devon last week, an independent corporation found that out of the 22 million followers on Biden's Twitter account half of them 11 million were bots. How is that possible? Well, look, it's kind of what I've been saying. And you know, I kind of walked into this, you know, I wrote about I wrote about this in my book countdown to socialism that I think we've talked about many times on your show. You were back in. I wrote the book and it was finished in July of 2020. And I was talking then in that book, essentially how you've got the fake news and then it funnels down into these social media tech tyrants and it's poisoning the American public. And that we were essentially, we had no ability to communicate. And at that point, I was one of the first members of Congress I was the first to go to go to rumble, which is a YouTube alternative. I also went to parler at the time before Bezos and the tech tyrants shut them down. So I watched what happened with just my engagement early on where I just, you know, boom, boom, boom, boom boom, just kept climbing and followers. So when president Trump, he didn't need a new company. I didn't need a new job. I was perfectly happy. Being in the Congress representing my constituents in California, but because of my knowledge of this and my concern for the American people, you know, I really had no option when Donald Trump asked me to do this job

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 Congressional Budget Office says inflation to last into 2023

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Congressional Budget Office says inflation to last into 2023

"The congressional budget office says high inflation will persist into next year I'm Ben Thomas with their forecast The non partisan agency expects the consumer price index will rise 6.1% this year in 3.1% in 2023 That forecast suggests inflation will slow from its current annual levels of 8.3% However it will still be dramatically above a long-term baseline of 2.3% and it's likely to cause the federal government to pay higher interest rates on its debt The CBO's ten year estimates do contain positive news this year's annual budget deficit will be $118 billion lower than forecast last year That's a byproduct of the end of pandemic related spending in the solid job growth that helped spur Ben Thomas Washington

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 d ago

A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

"Is taking the world by storm. The number 2000 mules dot com into the dinesh d'souza film research done by true the vote. We just had an unbelievable event. With dinesh here in Phoenix, Arizona. It was like 2000 people for 2000 mules, and with us right now to kind of give an update on how the film is doing. And also kind of go through some of these ridiculous fact checks that have emerged is the great dinesh d'souza dinesh welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure and was really fun to be in Arizona and I mean the level of energy. People were really fired up and they want to they want to see some real change come out of this. They want the movie to be the propeller, but only the first step of a lot of things that have to happen next. Well, you've been doing a great job and we're starting to see, I think, a change in how the media is covering this. You're starting to see kind of a validation almost, where they are covering it now in The Washington Post and The Daily Beast. Albeit they're doing it sloppily dishonestly and in a way to try to delegitimize the film. But I think it does the opposite. I think it actually further platforms the movie. Let's just talk more broadly than we can get into specifics. What's your reaction on how this movie is being covered by the mainstream media? Well, it seems to me that they went and do phases. And the first phase, they unleashed some fact checkers, PolitiFact Ali swensen, AP, a couple of other articles, and they tried to be dismissive. Like geo tracking doesn't really work and those kinds of things, which were kind of manifestly absurd. And I think even the left realized that's really not going to do the job. So now they've unleashed their bigger guns, Philip bump of The Washington Post. That's a big New York Times article that seemingly underway hasn't come out yet. And NPR tried to sort of get us on the issue of an ancillary murder that's discussed in the movie as if to say, you know, we lied about it. So there's sort of the second wave of liberal attack, much more detailed, tries to be more sophisticated. But I think it's not, it's really not landing a real glove on the movie either.

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Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

"Corey Dan bongino called the sussman trial and the revelations that are being uncovered. The biggest political scandal in modern American history. I agree with that. Do you? I absolutely agree with it. And the fact that it isn't being covered in most of the press is because they know it's true. They know sussman lied to the FBI. They know the political hit job. And at minimum, they were complicit in this. I know. That came to. They knew this whole dossier was fake. The media did nothing to validate it. They took sussman at his word and they peddled information. Look, Michael, don't forget the guy who lied on the Pfizer applications who was an FBI employee. He liked a spy in Americans, got a one year probation. He still works at the FBI

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Dinesh Continues His Takedown of Bogus "Fact Checks" on '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | 4 d ago

Dinesh Continues His Takedown of Bogus "Fact Checks" on '2000 Mules'

"Evidently, the subject of 2000 mules was addressed by Joe Scarborough and Mika brzezinski on morning Joe. Now the way this came about is that a reporter named Elise Jordan was in Georgia. And she was doing a kind of a focus group of Republican voters. And the subject of 2000 meals came up and these guys were pretty enthusiastic, but what I want to focus on here is the reaction from Scarborough because it really is revealing the kind of bubble that these people live in. They, in a sense, presume the truth of their point of view. They don't engage with opposing ideas. They were incapable of it. They're intellectually completely shut down. And so they think that by using terms like grift and conspiracy theory, they have sort of made a point, of course, conspiracy is do exist. By the way, I don't claim in 2000 mules that we're dealing with a conspiracy. I claim that we're dealing with a coordinated operation in which one guy is Zuckerberg puts up the drop boxes. Another guy Mark Elias, Stacey Abrams, fight to weaken the signature requirements, the mules are deployed, deployed by the nonprofits. So this doesn't necessarily have to be a single conspiracy directed by kind of a Don Corleone, the Democratic Party is full of various conciliar and crooks and thugs. And in some ways, people like Joe and Mika are a part of it. And so their job is to fend off any exposes that bring attention and evidence to bear on this kind of crooked democratic operation.

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Joe Biden's Out-of-Touch Comments on High Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 4 d ago

Joe Biden's Out-of-Touch Comments on High Gas Prices

"Now Biden is another story. Is he as dense as he seems, is this cognitive decline? Cut two people are struggling. People are suffering. People are figuring out what am I going to do? How am I going to pay to fill up my gas tank? I got to get to work. I have to do my job. I got to get from point a to point B it's $5 and 40 cents a gallon. It's 80 $90 to fill up my minivan, what do I do? Well, grandpa Joe says, don't fret. 'cause this is actually good news. And when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an incredible transition that is taking place that God willing when it's over will be stronger in the world be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over. You see what Europe is doing relative to the importation of Russian gas. You see anyway, I won't go through it all, but and what I've been able to do to keep it from getting even worse, and it's bad. The price of gas, the prompt is something I told you heard me say before, it would be a matter of great discussion on my kitchen table when I was kid growing up. It's affecting a lot of families. I've heard the phrase tone deaf, but that isn't just tone deaf. That is bizarrely out of touch with hardworking Americans who are witnessing the complete destruction of any logic coming from The White House.

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Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

"One of the nation's most competitive political battlegrounds is serving as a test of Donald Trump's GOP sway The ex-president has been obsessed with Georgia since its leaders refused to back his baseless 2020 election fraud claims He handpicked senator David perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and that swayed both brodie Nelson and Pam letter to vote for Purdue Definitely did Absolutely But Purdue appears headed for a lopsided loss with voters like Nathan Johnston backing Kemp I felt like he did a good job The incumbent also got a boost yesterday at a rally carried on WSB Let's give a big Georgia welcome to former vice president my friend Mike Pence Who again broke with his ex running mate in saying it's time for Georgia to look at the future Sagar Meghani Washington

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Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

"The mets racked up 18 hits including three home runs to route the Giants 13 to three Pete Alonso was three for 5 with three RBIs Alonzo and Jeff McNeil each with two run homers Mark kenna also went deep Francisco Lindor's double scoring two runs gave him 500 RBIs in his career David Peterson got the wind pitching 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts Here to help the team win you know anyway I can and do my job every 5th day and focus on that Like I said one pitch at a time and help this team win Help us get to our goal The Giants have lost 5 in a row for the second time this season Alex Cobb gave up 6 runs on ten hits and 6 innings Ryan leong San

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Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

"The Celtics evened up their Eastern Conference final series against the heat at two games apiece with a big one O two 82 game four win Jayson Tatum led all scores with 31 points after scoring only ten in the Celtics game three laws I think I do a really good job of you know after I sleep it off regardless if I have ten points of 46 points the next day is the next day and whatever happened happened Boston never trailed and led by as many as 32 after a game opening 18 to one run while holding Miami without a field goal for nearly 9 minutes

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Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

"I've checked Freeman all four of the games between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics have been rounds This time it was Boston with a one O two 82 win to even the east finals at two two Geffen kubal reports from Boston Jayson Tatum led all scores with 31 points after scoring only ten in the Celtics game three laws I think I do a really good job of you know after I sleep it off regardless if I have ten points of 46 points the next day is the next day On the ice the Tampa Bay lightning made easy work by sweeping their way

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"jobs" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

05:32 min | Last month

"jobs" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Don't have that anymore. At all. DJ code takes a stage or took the stage and now everything's still virtual or pre recorded, whatever. But we don't have that presence anymore, but it seems like Carl pay is moving or has already moved into that. So that was just, I mean, that's just basically it. I definitely feel like there's something to this because if I think about the personalities that run today's tech companies, like Jerry said, Tim Cook is who Tim Cook is, but I don't think people necessarily go, oh yeah, I can't generally, I can't wait to hear Tim Cook speak and see what he's going to say. What he's going to unveil, it's more like, I mean, he's there. He's a good speaker. He runs the company well. But he's not like you said he's not necessarily a commanding presence. And he's soft spoken. Right. He's a very different leader than Steve Jobs was. And that's fine. Apple today is very different from the apple of ten years ago. Yeah. And I think Carl pay is a really good thing for the Android side because there hasn't been a personality like that since one plus came around. And I think the excitement or R one plus initially was at least partially driven by what he and the rest of that team did and how they built the company. And I think he's very good at marketing things, right? He's very good at presenting something. And if nothing, that was what Steve Jobs is good at. He was good at being a visionary and presenting his ideas. Even if they weren't revolutionary ideas, even if it was just a new coat of paint on an old idea, it always came across as, oh man, that's Steve Jobs idea, you know? And it almost feels that way with Carl pay as well. It's like, oh, all right, this is interesting. Even if it's not really interesting, because it's coming from him, it's now interesting..

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"jobs" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:35 min | Last month

"jobs" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Those apps are sucking as much data about you as they can. They're often deceptive, they're misleading. And they're horrible. Imagine what that experience would be without any protections in place. That's one thing you do not get if you download an application from outside of Google Play or the App Store if and when side loading is a thing on iOS. To me, those two things are very important. And I want everyone else to be aware of those two things. You know, even if they would prefer to get their application somewhere else, I just like people to be aware, data is I'm not going to say the words data industrial complex because that just tinfoil territory. I'm sorry, Tim Cook. But that's a bit outside of the realm of sanity here. But your data is a huge resource and Google and Amazon and partially Apple and Microsoft all make billions of dollars from your data. Don't think of it as worthless because it's not. Okay, I want to ask you one last question. And this, I think, will tie into our next topic. You said something at the top of your conversation that you had never seen Tim Cook be so, I guess, hyper or not hyper, what's the word I want to use? Just very upset. Animated. Yeah. Why did you feel that? And just in general with respect to how Tim Cook's demeanor is, what are your thoughts on that? Tim Cook normally is a very calm. I am not an iOS user. I have an iPhone here and an Apple watch just because I need to look at them sometimes. But I watch every Apple event because I enjoy watching Tim Cook speak. He's a calming presence. That was not what I saw. He was leaned into the microphone, hand motions, facial expressions, just very untim cook like whatsoever, and it was disturbing to me. He was more like Steve Jobs than he.

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"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:52 min | 4 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Dario Woods. And I'm Stacey van eck Smith and durian, it is jobs, Friday. It's jobs Friday that is true. The employment numbers for January are out today. And you know everyone has been kind of holding their breath on this one because of the omicron variant. It turns out we didn't actually need to worry about jobs numbers. The U.S. added 467,000 jobs in the month of January. It's a lot of jobs for just over four weeks. Yes. The unemployment rate actually went up a little bit to 4%, which sounds really confusing, but people are saying that this is a sign that people who had dropped out of the workforce entirely so they were not counted as unemployed. Are now coming back into the workforce. They're throwing their hat into the ring and looking for a job. So that seems like a healthy job market, which might mean 5 things. And I mean, don't you think we have to? We have to. We got it. Let's do the Han. Love it. So good to have you back so nice. It's been a long time. Loud friend. Hello, loud Friends. I mean, and truly, the jobs market is just action packed right now all around. Because it is not just people getting jobs, right? It is also people leaving jobs. Yes, hundreds of thousands of jobs might have been added, but at the same time, millions of people are quitting every month. Right now, there are roughly two job openings for every job seeker, which is a lot of churn. Yeah, essentially, workers are in this kind of amazing power position right now. And they are using it. They're asking for more and not just more money. And right now, because of the labor situation, companies have to listen. Today on the show, what workers want. And what that means for the economy. Like a lot of people, Kevin biyani lost his job in March of 2020. He worked in marketing. He started looking for work right away, where he lives, near Seattle, but they're just weren't many jobs to be found. No one was really hiring, and it was just like, I need to do something because I need to pay bills. And it was just really hard. Finally, Kevin landed a job at a warehouse. The pay was decent about $16 an hour. But Kevin said he got frustrated pretty fast. He says that the work was physically taxing and you could get into trouble if your break went on too long. And if they tell you you're like, oh, you're 30 seconds late. It's like, dude, what are you doing? Are you serious? You're 30 seconds late. Yeah, they would seriously get I don't understand how they could find these people who want to be like this too. Where you do? Oh man. And Kevin says the company kept very careful track of output to. Kevin says for him hitting the numbers usually wasn't an issue, but other workers really struggled. There was some definitely older people there who literally in their 60s and they're getting yelled at and it was just really hard. It was really hard seeing that and you could tell a lot of these people lost their jobs due to COVID. It was just really, I don't know. Kevin wanted to leave, but there just wasn't a lot of work out there at the time. I was just grateful to be working. How would you feel like walking into work? Depressed, just like walking in there, the bright lights and just oh my God, it was awful. Kevin wanted a job where he could grow in advance where people were treated well, where there was some freedom and some flexibility, where you could take a day off sometimes, just hang out with his girlfriend. How did that seem possible? Then the economy started to change. Businesses started to open back up, companies started hiring. Kevin noticed more and more job postings. And he started to think maybe he could quit his job. At the same time, a lot of other people were thinking exactly the same thing. The numbers are just staggering. Heather long is an economics columnist at The Washington Post. I love data. And so if I could throw out a little bit of nerd data here, we are on the indicator. Oh, you've come to the right place. Yes. So last year, 47.4 million people quit their job. 47.4 million people put their jobs in 2021. That's big. Yeah, it's an all time high. It's roughly one in four workers. And most of those people are quitting jobs for other jobs. Other jobs that will often pay more. But Heather says she's been hearing a lot of stories like Kevin's. People saying they wanted to quit, not because of pay, but because they weren't happy with how their job was fitting into their life. And that's why I don't really love the term great resignation. I think there's something deeper and I keep calling it something like a great reassessment of work because what I just hear over and over again is people aren't just looking for more pay. That's a good start, but they really want more flexibility. And because workers want a bit of flexibility, a lot of companies are letting people work from home or only come in a few days a week. But not all companies can do that. Because a lot of jobs just can not be done from home, like manufacturing jobs and warehouse jobs. And this new desire for flexibility poses a big problem in these industries. These jobs are seeing much higher rates of workers quitting than ever before. And just offering higher pay isn't fixing the problem. And the problem wasn't going away at the same time as many of these companies as scrambling for workers, they're seeing this giant boom in consumer demand. Americans have become online ordering addicts. Americans ordered more stuff than ever before last year. The surge in people buying stuff, you know, bicycles and cars. Washing machines. The problem is, almost every manufacturing worker I spoke to is like, well, you want to it's like the blessing and the curse of our industry right now. On the blessing side, the sector is booming. There's a ton of work rising wages and factories and warehouses. On the curse side, the sector is booming. And many factories and warehouses can not find enough workers. And so in order to meet demand, many are leaning really heavily on the people who are there, making conditions in many jobs really tough. Kevin viani says that this became the norm at the warehouse. So they do mandatory over time. So over time, yeah, so you would be on your day off and all of a sudden you get a message on your phone saying mandatory over time, you have to be in when you're working at a company who's doing that. They don't care. All that matters is making sure, you know, Susie gets her freaking carry a gun time..

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"jobs" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Make believe jobs and to do so. We're we're really fortunate because we don't have ourselves to think and our big beautiful brains but we have a listener. Alex underscored not underscore alice. Who suggested this on this year and recently So she'll be serving the fictional job as executive producer on the second. Most interesting thing about alex not alice what is that. She has zero post zero followers twenty. She's following twenty eight people. We are one of them. Yeah and her by is the letter a. I think it's where i want to do it on. It is really the right like be here. Be of warrior. Give your good ideas when you need them. But like you're not going to know anything about my life. Don't be indebted to it. That's great job by alex not alice. So we're really excited to do this to start this conversation. I thought i think a lot of people know our job. History like individually you know. So it's we. We're not going to break a lot of new ground there but if we could go in the reserves like what is a job that you've had that sounds fictional but actually you know what i looked. I rode the on all my jobs. That i can remember and i was like me and i've had a lot of jobs i've had fifteen jobs. The fifteen. okay. This is actually the longest job i've ever had and most of it is like cashier and then like administrative right But i realize. And i've had some weird jobs like i literally was a travel teller for a bank and they did not invite him back because i gave away too much money as the bank teller. I also worked as a cake pop baker to help make this possible. But my we're shop. Is i worked at the. Cdc which is why. I'm obsessed with the cdc also pandemic makes you obsess sometimes And my supervisor was dr. Pym leo and she. We were in that hospital infections department. So basically i just had to call hospitals and get their hepatitis. Data like hey how many people staff today. Anything like that. Well i mean sometimes staff mostly hepatitis. That was my assignment which. I didn't know what hepatitis was. I didn't know until naomi. Judd got hepatitis. God had us the deal. But the thing that i had to do with that job. That was weird. Is i had to convince dr panlilio. She did not wanna leave. Ms toss okay and had hung on. She was the last person in the building still on it. And so i had to teach them how to use windows bringing her in a new century. Brilliant epidemiologist and is like. Hey i'm twenty one and let me show you how to use a computer. I think you've got to percents stake in helping this pandemic along just because i think so. Okay what about you. I i was mom was kinda similar. Like i don't have the thing that was my I figured all the jobs. I've had sound like fake jobs. Like they don't sound like real jobs right like they sound like if you play. Like millennial workforce bingo. All of them would be like winners. You know because it's like christian screenwriter pregnant. Kim kardashian be reporter at t-shirt printer. Tv recap podcast are not real things that people do for money for. You've come look at the fictional job i did. I one of the ones that does it. It doesn't sound super fake. But i don't think i've talked about is. I was a runner up for cbs nfl correspondent. In two thousand nine white talking about was Through bleacher report. I was w- my son was just born and we're gonna move to nashville as an a cover the titans for cps early and because they did this big competition And i was. I was the runner up because there was a big Sports me off and there was a guy he was like. I'll do it for that money. But i have experience so you can cut that guy lose so they sent me a check for like two thousand dollars to be like sorry about that. We need to let you do that. Well that's pretty impressive. Instead of that. I started a blog and i started. Recapping the weird that moment you know about broken roads or beautiful or some high tides and boats and ships so we have a sordid history With jobs but i think that's a that's a great lengths to look at this episode today because jobs and pop culture is super interesting and super fascinating because more thought about it. The martha we get into very specific kind of categories and professions when thinking of books movies or tv shows to me the most common job. And i really did kind of look at. What are the most popular shows of all time. I kind of wrote down there settings and it realized that it's really three jobs right. It's cop doctor lawyer. That's right right and that's why they wanna be any of those three things. Okay because i found that cops do not seeing no nor do they solve every crime and most of the time. they're spending. They have to spend doing paperwork. And then sometimes you don't get to be a cool cop. You don't get to be like the detective who just shows up and like even. Csi you don't get to just work work one case at a time working like thirty five cases at a time. And you're like. I don't know about dna what's your problem. Are you decided to lift your computer. I am yeah. That was seamless. Man i was doing it. It was hurt my neck a little bit. And i think you're not even talking about the fact that gil on csi i don't even know he's still there he doesn't back he's coming back left. Oh yeah know left because he was like this is too much stress and now he's like oh i didn't make any money. How do a man. Yes i because. I had like you know when you think about jobs in pop culture. They're very you think it'd be a lot more nuance but i feel like it's not that nuance because you've got either super noble jobs or like ignoble jobs and the noble jobs are the ones that you talked about its military. Police antiques fire. Dr teachers chicago all in chicago. All in some kind of combination and a crossover event. And i think you know I don't know to what extent this is a thing of the moment. Because of i i feel like it's it would be hard to Disentangle nine eleven's influence on that you know for liberation and the romances ation of of those jobs. But i think there's also interesting to be like the the heroic connotations those jobs eh correlates amherst. They actually pay you know versus like the entertainment value. They give us. It's very interesting. Well also those jobs very much. Lynn themselves to your procedural element which is the kind of shows that make the most money particularly for networks so you can have hawaii five o also sat in akron. Ohio illogically like. Oh yeah because you're going to meet different people every single day this makes for great storytelling not really but it does. All end up wrapped up in forty would love hawaii five o in akron though like little fuel. That's that's on aboard board whiteboard somewhere so ignoble jobs that i have in these are whatever characters who had this job or just this job. In in general. I felt like they tend to be villain or sketchy characters Tell me if you disagree with any of these lawyers. Yes finance bros. School principals used car salesman dentists. Dentists get a bad rap. Why dentists get such a bad rap is a i like fictional dentist. You can think of type your head Because i think of jennifer aniston in horrible bosses and that is not the situation. I wanna make their into actually think the bachelorette okay like she was a dentist. She was like like jamie left her and there seems to be so teeth or no. she's sorry knoxville's from bottom is too so you know. Here's what i thought growing up about jobs because i like that ignoble noble. What does this one fall into. Because i thought the best job you could possibly have was architect Because mike brady was architects and he had he was architects. And i just think people are architects because of the drafting table. Because we're like look at tom. Heinsohn slips in seattle. He looks so professional with this corner view. Which i don't think it's most architect. No but also like mike brady had six kids in a mate like that seems really fancy and also art van delay his his. He said there's nothing higher than an architect. Look you're not wrong. And i remember watching carolina in the city. She had architect drafting table but she was a cartoonist. Like either way. I'll do either of those that think about liam niessen and love actually. We're like oh alabama the support or in kid and look at him. He's an architect or kiana reason the.

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"jobs" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

08:07 min | 9 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Happy labor day. Everyone and of course labor day falling on the monday after the jobs report is a good thing because it gives us an opportunity to spend time with the chief economist at syndrome budget and policy priorities and our regular correspondent every month when a jobs report comes out. Talk about the jobs numbers We have a bit of news but should not really be a surprise to anyone. We've been kind of forecasting. This is the direction this may go. Sonam budget dot org chadd. Stone joins us once again chad. How are you buddy. We'll mark how are you. i'm okay. I'm okay so Big dip in august numbers but we can probably attribute that to delta. Can't we i think that's right. So so the jumps never in at two hundred. Thirty five thousand jobs Government in and and private payroll. That was was well below expectations but expectations. It's it's always hard to guess the future or what or what's going to be the report on the previous months But this was particularly stunning. However it's not a surprise necessarily because we've seen. We saw month like this before earlier in the year when it was much below expectations and then just last month. We had what turns out with revisions. A million jobs created so there are fluctuations and on average. We've had five hundred eighty six thousand dollars. Five hundred and eighty six thousand jobs. A month created so far this year. Which is a pretty decent pace so the jobs recovery is going along but as as the earlier strains of the virus through a monkey wrench in job creation caused us to have a major recession initially and then it slowed us down Late last year that the the delta and delta the delta variant in howard dealing with it or not dealing with it depending on where you live is is a major creates. Major uncertainty for people creates major uncertainty about going back to school their health and safety concerns and so uncertainty as as certainly had an effect Not sure that it's going to. I think this is a low. I don't think we'll see another low like this for a while. I think we'll get back closer to the to the five hundred thousand or maybe more but it's a reminder that what we should've remembered all along is that recovery's happened in fits and starts especially this one because of all the other variables and all the uncertainties so It's it's a hit. It's a hit to expectations. And it's a hit and you know coming after a very large jobs report. It feels very disappointing but ex. I expect we'll we'll bounce back some and maybe maybe even more depends how things go with the virus. Well you're right. I mean all of us. We've been doing this together. We know we've talked about a lot of different things at jobs. Declined job growth. But this is. This is a historic. I. we are dealing with a variable that is just so unpredictable so i mean that's clear. So but i had to ask you this because we always go here to this is this is just august. We know you'll about school closings. And how that impacted jobs in the state and local level what did state and local jobs due in august because that's the key months at schools are beginning to reopen. Did they dip as well. Most schools reopening We should have expected it to go up But but that the a normal going up in the at the end of the summer is taken into account in the data in normal years with what's called seasonal adjustment which means that that you anticipate how much is just normal. Cyclical and what you're measuring with seasonally adjusted data. Is that the increase or decrease below what you expect based on seasonal factors and But seasonal factors and and the way schools have been opening and closing in in the pandemic Is is out of whack. And so there's an fact here quote from the bureau of labor statistics Jobs report recent. Employment changes are challenging to interpret normal. Seasonal hiring problems have been distorted by the pandemic and so when when when the people do the calculation. Say the results are difficult to interpret. What are we to do right. But but but There was there were. There was not not much of a gain. And unless the again i guess then was expected in a little bit between state and local education in particular and what s significant chad. Because i think people were were looking to more But i think the other terribleness. I think we have to keep in mind. And and this is probably some analysis is going gonna take some time to call you have delta varian that is affecting in several ways including and we look at st mobile education in we just Which randi weingarten of the american federation of teachers as employers are mandating masks and vaccinations. That's also gonna affect whether people are going to go back to work in some people making different types of choices so when some school districts. She was in florida today and so. There's a fight in florida. governor says. Don't wear masks. And so some teachable. Women i'm not going back to work and it's some defying in wearing masks. So it's an interesting thing is it's it's this. Ultimately over time is going to boil down to boil down to a question on at all levels of employment about what employers are gonna require and to what extent employees want to comply and in those who don't whether or not they'll be able to To keep their job. So i mean that's a whole nother variable in this long-term yes and that's exactly right and is that there's actually three three different There's there's state employment and that in education state employment is a lot state colleges and universities. There was there's local which we know about and then there's private education and a lot of that is Is a private universities. Private colleges but also training training schools and things like that and those were up Some and that's possibly possibly because more private universities requiring masking and so forth and our an been close for for a year many cases in a reopened. Now some of them already. I i bleed if you read. The news are are already running into two outbreaks. That in dormitory. I guess they can control it in classrooms but not so well dormitories. So there's lots of lots of uncertainty In the real world end in the data more 'em ip after this message remmy martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture koniak from blues to hip hop swing. Dancing to break dancing usher and reading. Martin traveled through the decades in france in the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. 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"jobs" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on You Better You Bet

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"jobs" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"All of these issues that we started to realize you know if the employees aren't engaged or effective than the work product or whatever it is going to suffer and the environment has an impact on that by the way it wasn't that long ago that we had to convince people that the work place did have an impact on the individuals in it and can it could influence that and so this whole notion of culture and human center design and Really focusing on the human experience the employee experience and humanity really is not that old. And i don't wanna say that before we didn't care about that but that wasn't necessarily the focus and so now the focus has shifted significantly towards that end and i would almost say in the latest. You know post pandemic or in the stage of the pandemic. We're not really post. It's it's gone into hyper drive. And i think people are taking it to an extreme to some degree. And i get a lot of grief for saying that but quite frankly doug i mean right now. Employees are very empowered and we as an industry has some really dumb questions. We asked people what they wanted. We didn't ask whether it was right for the business or whether it helped. Secure the culture. It was a better thing we asked what people wanted and they told us. And i think what we are seeing. Is this gap between what the c. Suite is trying to do. And what the workforce is saying they want and everybody's putting the onus on the c. suite saying you're out of touch well pushed back on that a little bit and say that the c. suite is worried about the resistance and the resiliency and the durability of the company and by the way if the company isn't succeeding and isn't thriving. Then nobody's going to be successful. So let's just take apple. For example they have never really encouraged people working remotely. Steve jobs was one of the biggest proponents of people being in a room together. That agile methodology people kind of becoming in sync with each other so much so he built one of the most expensive buildings on the planet to support and enable that in thrive and build that culture and that work style and that innovation that fail fast mentality and now there's this massive or for talent a lot of tech companies. You're saying you can work remotely forever. Which by the way. I i'm going to call bs on. Because i think it goes exactly against their entire culture and how they innovate rapidly etc. But they've done it and so now they all have to kind of say what people wanna hear an apple came out and said we want to come back. We're going to be some flexibility. We've never really done before. We're going to give you some flexibility. But that wasn't good enough for a lot of people they push back even further and i are. We saying steve jobs was wrong. That people can innovate just as fast being scattered to the and we don't have to..

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"jobs" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

Making Podcasts Great Again

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

"How did he respond to you snake sniper with a red dot on the forehead? Something about 7:11 and yeah, I don't know. You know, never forget, never forget 7-Eleven very respectful Tiffany by the way, I'm sorry. If the people, you know, I'm not really sorry. I'm sorry, and sort of a polite way but not not true. Sorry Tiffany is really causing a mass outside. So I we don't let us sleep inside at Mar-A-Lago, we say get out there and get a c a business out on the lawn horrible. I agree. She is horrible dog faced Tiffany know you. You did say that that people don't trust the Biden Administration and that's why people won't trust God. And that's why people won't take the vaccine and that's why this Delta variance, train is just spreading through our nation. A the thing about the Biden Administration, okay? It's like we created a beautiful business called what speed? Okay, so we got these great vaccines faster than excuse me faster than anybody thought. Nobody thought, nobody thought we could. I thought it but not a lot of other people thought it. They didn't think we could get this and we thought and all of a sudden, Remember what happened to Apple? They had Steve Jobs. Yes, I did everything and then they fired and and the whole company went to shit. I don't need to bring out and they had to bring them back and all of a sudden they started doing iPhones and iPads and cancer everything was going very strongly when he came back. And That's kind of like where we are. I'm the Steve Jobs except stronger and healthier and smarter of the vaccines, I'm the Steve Job of the vaccines and off sleepy. Joe is like whatever lose it took over Apple. When they got rid of Steve Jobs and totally fucked everything up and eventually the country may say we need jobs back and then I'll show up and I'll put the vaccine in a in an iPod and give it to everybody. Kind of like what you two did where you get their album on the iPad. Oh, well, I do for iPhones. They did a deal you too? They were banned. Well, what about me? I'm not telling you to you as well. Tex tough guy. I'm saying you to like the letter U and the number to be nice. If you put a sir, after you say you to serve you to like best buddies, which we are not, by the way, I'm talking about the band. U2, I'm not saying like you, I know, excuse me. I know I've been banned from Twitter from Facebook. Okay. We I don't know where we're going over this again. Yes, I have been banned and if you keep this up, you too will be banned..

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"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"You for so you for. It's all people who are unemployed and then you add discouraged workers discouraged workers. This would be the line cook who wants a job but hasn't actually looked for work. In the last couple of months you three would not count the line cook because she hasn't actively been applying for jobs but nick points out last year. A lot of cities were in lockdown restaurants. Were closed so it made sense not to be applying for jobs at times. So nick thought u-3 got it wrong and r line cook absolutely needs to be counted among the ranks of the unemployed. Still nick did not think that you fall went far enough five so he was also looking at you. Five which counts all the youthful workers plus all the other people who are considered marginally attached to labor force. Marginally attached that is all the people who want a job but haven't been looking recently for some reason. Unlike you four you. Five would include like an out of work lawyer who wanted to go back to work but wasn't applying for jobs because daycare closed down and he's having to watch his kids. Finally the big finish. You'll fix so you six. You take you five but then you add everyone who is working part time for economic reasons. Think of the barista who's working twenty hours a week but really wants to be working forty hours a week. The guy says sorry. We can't afford to give you those extra shifts. A lot of economists said you need to count that bursts the to under employed workers and you six got really high. The unemployment rate hit twenty percent last year. So what number are you paying the most attention to right now so actually none of them ali. Yeah nixes u-3 needs to count way more people but also we fewer people. Nick says u-3 should be counting the line. Cook who wasn't applying for jobs during lockdown. And the lawyer who's dealing with child care. But also nick says three should not have counted workers who are on furlough or temporary leave from their jobs. This'll be like a flight attendant. Whose job was on pause. Millions of workers put on temporary leave last year. The us concert al flight attendant as unemployed. But nick says that flight attendant wasn't really unemployed in the traditional sense there's sort of limited space between unemployment employment. I think metrics that. Don't count for that kind of gave you a head fake. During especially the early days of the pandemic i had faked meaning when you factored in all of the people who were temporarily unemployed and added them to all of the other unemployed people in the us. The numbers looked crazy like greet depression territory. Numbers and nick says. The last year was economically devastating for the country and for millions of people but he didn't think the numbers we were seeing. Were telling the whole truth so to get a sense of what was actually going on with unemployment. Nick started looking at a different metric. Kind of you blend so you three plus four that discouraged line cook and the five lawyer watching his kids. But then minus the flight attendant on furlough. Nick says he thought this you blend paints the most accurate picture for the crazy time. We've been going through so i asked him. what story. is you blend telling us yet. So i think the labor market actually is in a pretty good place right now. Oh my gosh. I was not expecting that. Like that's like so nice like that's sort of stop is right here. Just enjoy this moment for a second. You know economics isn't always a dismal science. So here's knicks. You blend case for optimism in the darkest days of the labor market last year. That you three four and you five unemployment rates all topped thirteen percent the worst unemployment rates since the great depression. That number told a tale of an economy. In terrible terrible crisis. You blend the totem much less terrifying tale. It peaked at just over six percent. That's a high number but it's nowhere near the great depression or even the great recession in two thousand and eight and nick says of course a lot of people who were on temporary layoff did end up losing their jobs permanently but also most of the people who are temporarily laid off did get their jobs back. Most of those jobs really were on pause. Nick says that you blend hasn't had the big dramatic swings of the other us. It's dropped from a high of six point. Three percent to five point eight percent. And that's what it was in june five point eight percent it did not change from may and the fact that knicks you blend is now so close to the youth three number that we hear every month that five point nine percent. That's probably a sign that most of the furloughed workers are now back at work and aren't being counted as unemployed anymore. So that's definitely not an air horn moment anytime a number that you want to see you. Go down flat lines. That's not great. It's not horrifying so terrible but it's not the sort of really great news where you're hoping for nick points out that there are still nine point five million jobs that would exist right now if the pandemic hadn't happened and it will probably take two or three years for the economy to create those jobs nixes. He is waiting for that and also for the moment win. The universe of unemployment numbers will once again be something that is only interesting to other labor economists. That's the kind of universe. I wanna live in. Stacey today's episode was produced by britney cronin with help Moon it was fact. Checked by michael. Taking ten is editor. The are happy jobs dry day..

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"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm stacey van smith daria moods and it is john's friday the. Us economy added eight hundred and fifty thousand jobs in june. That is a lot of jobs in just four weeks. Does this mean could we. Should we bring out the erhan with. Here's where things get weird. During the unemployment rate win up from five point eight percent in may to five point nine percent in june which is strange right like how can the economy at eight hundred fifty thousand new jobs and then the unemployment rate goes up as to this. Well you know. I did with this question to an actual expert lieber economist nick bunker at the indeed hiring lab and he says part of the issue is that this data the number of jobs added and the unemployment rate comes from different places but he also added that he thinks the unemployment rate that. We're looking at that. Five point nine percent number. That is not the number we should be paying attention to. He thinks we're looking at the wrong number darrien so today on the show. Forget everything you thought you knew about. The unemployment numbers unemployment to boola russell. Jobs will never be the same. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one capital. One auto navigator can help you find a car get prequalified instantly and see your real monthly payment without impacting your credit score capital one. What's in your wallet. Terms and conditions apply more at capital. One dot com slash auto navigator. So the first thing you have to know that unemployment number that we hear every month. That's not the whole truth there. Six unemployment numbers at the bureau of labor statistics puts out every month. You one all the way through to us. Six stands for unemployment and normally like different kinds of unemployment numbers. This is the kind of thing that is interesting to like labor. Economists like nick but right now it is crucial. So with that in mind. Darrien led us wade in to the wildly technical world of unemployment numbers the universe if you will level one you one so you. One is for people who have been unemployed for at least fifteen weeks or longer. Okay you one. This'll be like a recent college grad who has been applying to jobs actively for four months. Hasn't gotten a bite to you too. So that brings us to you to which means no waiting fifteen weeks to be counted and youtube. But you have to have lost your job or had your job end so the graduate probably wouldn't count but youtube would con somebody like an ice cream truck driver in new york. Somebody whose job goes away when the summer ends level. Free free yes you. Three is the unemployment that we all know in love. U-3 three the big cahoon app. This is the number we hear every month. This was the five point. Nine percent youth recounts she was unemployed if you are actively looking for work and are ready to start right away so this is the recent college graduate plus the ice cream woman. Nick says you three is very clean. Very simple not a lot of room for ambiguity. That's why people like it. That's why everyone looks at it. If you want to censor what the hell way market looks like you. Basically say okay of everyone who was actively looking for a job. What percent of them don't have a job at what one right now and. that's what you three. That old trust unemployment rate is trying to get at. But nick says youth three is not a good measure of what's happening in the labor market right now. He has his eyes on the greater. Use.

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"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm stacey vanik smith. I'm dan woods and it is jobs friday. Just friday Let's say let's get right to the numbers during woods. Do the honors in may the. Us economy added five hundred and fifty nine thousand jobs while the unemployment rate fell to five point eight percent which is a huge improvement over last month when the economy added two hundred seventy eight thousand new jobs and everyone started panicking response to this report f. in pretty mixed so to figure out what to make of five hundred fifty nine thousand new jobs. We called julia pollock. She's a labor economist at ziprecruiter. When you open up these numbers like what went through your head. This report is kind of and there may may i know. But here's the weird part darrien history of jobs reports going all the way back to the nineteen thirties. The may jobs report are meth. May is one of the best all time. Jobs reports ever recorded in terms of the number of jobs added in one month. It's like in the top twenty. I like to hear it. Yeah so stacey thinking. I was thinking exactly what you were thinking and i asked julia pollock this very question. So okay so you know. The indicator traditionally for jobs friday before all of before covid. We used to play an air horn every month You know it's like jobs friday. We got they're excited. We've we've not really played the air horn because it's the news has been so bad for the last year i don't know is. This is an air horn number. This is not quite an air horn number for me. This is like a children's orchestra horn section number. Where the horns kind of cracking. They're sort of getting the notes and they're out of tune and you're kind of tearing has the kid the trying so hard but it's just not quite doing for you so yeah it's sort of like like middle school orchestra effort. That's exactly what i'm thinking. Yes right jobs. Friday today on the show is may really also. We talked to a woman who is laid off from a job last year. And who is now part of a couple of pretty surprising trends this message comes from npr sponsor ford introducing the mustang mach e. Here's the global brand director of electric vehicles jayson castro iota on the challenge of creating an all electric suv. That drives like a mustang. The normal challenge of making suv go fast is higher center. Gravity the beauty of the battery electric vehicle platform is that all of the weight was down low on the floor. Because that's where the batteries housed. And that's where the electric motors are to learn more about the new all electric pony in the mustang stable goto ford dot com. So i wanted to ask labor. Economists julia pollock about meh may especially since on its face. Five hundred and fifty. Nine thousand jobs edited in four weeks. Sounds pretty nevertheless. Wow but you make a great point dairy because before covid times adding like two hundred thousand jobs. A month was considered to be really awesome. I mean definite air horn territory. We're in a very very different world. Now where we still have seven point six million people who lost jobs since the pandemic because this shock was so deep and sudden but also temporary and so tied to the pandemic. I think the big hope was the recovery could also be this very rapid v shaped recovery And we could get right back to where we were before the pandemic. I was really hoping for a summer of one million jobs added each month and julia says she thought may be that month. There were all these promising economic signals out. The i expected that with vaccinations picking up and with cova cases coming down that we would see a lot more activity. you know. Spending numbers have been amazing ending up dramatically on credit cards restaurant. Dining is up above pre pandemic levels in some states but a lot of those restaurants cannot get the workers they need wages rose pretty substantially in may across a bunch of industries. Still julia says workers are not taking those jobs as fast as a lot of employers and she has an economist had hoped. I think there are all kinds of reasons. Why this might be the case. the you know pandemic still exist. It hasn't gone away Childcare challenges are still a for many people and then those expanded benefits are giving people some time to hold out for better opportunities to hold out for remote work opportunities which are extremely extremely popular among job seekers right now and enter a lotta time. Possibly to invest in new skills explore new industries. And we've seen a huge boom in the number of people taking real Exams for example and becoming real estate agents. They'll say oh farro recently took that exam. She lives in phoenix arizona. And for years she works at an upscale restaurant. We were constantly being. It was an amazing schedule It was really good money as well. And then we started hearing about the pandemic and within like two three weeks. Everyone was unemployed. They'll see win from working this busy exciting job to staying home mostly inside twenty four seven. Dossey says actually gave her time to think about what she wanted to do next when the economy opened back up and she could work again. I wanted something that was going to inspire me and motivate me and make me uncomfortable. And i wanted a career not a job a career. A former colleague into real estate and was thriving homes have been selling like crazy since the pandemic began. And they'll say thought. Yeah that could be my career. Also she could work for herself. Be our own little business. In fact a lot of people have been going this route lately. Starting their own businesses economist. Julia politics is there. Were hundreds of thousands of them in may alone. The number of self employed people rose by three hundred fifty one thousand which is pretty substantial. There are lots of lots of people who are jumping into self employment. At the moment. It's been really good for dil. Se since passing her real estate exam. Six months ago she's been selling homes and in fact will mccarter up at eight. Forty five in the morning should already been out for three hours when you called me literally five minutes before that someone We made an offer on a property and they had called me that they're accepting the offer. So i'm just waiting right now for that to lock in and not only that we also made another offer for another clients this morning dose as only been doing this for six months and she says so far. Her career in real estate has been really amazing. I am making the most money i have ever made in my entire life around eight hundred five thousand dollars a year. She estimates don't say says getting laid off and being trapped in her house for eight months was terrifying and traumatizing but ultimately she says it changed the.

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"jobs" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Meanwhile jeffrey and raymond james blocked sales of amc shorts adding to the news that saw the stock tank eighteen percent during the session and follow another five percent pre-market to below fifty dollars. The tumbled back to earth was set to happen sooner or later with wall street pros cautioning that these swarms only survived until the last gambler is left holding the bag. Amc's plunge was felt across the broader memes sector with bed bath costs and game stop. Sinking twenty-seven percent twenty four percent and eight percent respectively. Blackberry was one of the only names to bucked the trend. Rising four percent on thursday youtube appearance in an interview last night. Aaron said proceeds from another equity sale if approved would be used to reduce debt and to help the company negotiate with landlords. Who are owed four hundred million dollars the funds will also go to chase acquisitions if you almost with the tool meaning stock as the tool to go far in value creating opportunities for amc shareholders. We can do that. He told trays trades. If we are not armed with this tool then you're tying our hands behind our back and you'll make it just that much harder for us to land so these attractive that could benefit us. All facebook plans to end its special treatment rules for politicians. According to the verge leaving behind an approach that was up ended in the last days of the trump administration going forward elected officials will face rules in a manner similar to any other user on the platform. Which could have big ramifications for how world leaders used the network. The decision followed criticism from facebook's clause independent oversight board back in may that took aim at the handling of content regulation disclaimer. Facebook will still be able to flag when it uses a special newsworthiness exemption to keep up content from politicians and others that would otherwise violate its rules. The company will also offer more transparency on its secretive system of strikes. It gives accounts for breaking its content guidelines that will include letting users when they've received a strike which could lead to penalties or an additional suspension. How did we get here. Facebook created the oversight board insulate itself somewhat from what we're becoming thorny decisions about content regulations during a time when the president's controversial post became one of the most significant social issues of the internet era and what became an indefinite suspicion facebook stop trump from posting to thirty five million followers after the storming of the us capital on january sixth it subsequently referred the decision to its oversight board which supported the verdict but did being the company for inconsistent application. What's rules and directed that it revisit and clarify the nature of the ban hedge fund billionaire. Bill ackman's special purpose. Acquisition company is finally nearing a deal after much speculation surrounding the vehicle since its launch last year. It's pursuing a tie up with seventy over. The french media conglomerates universal music group the world's largest music company according to current discussions pershing square taunton holdings would acquire ten percent of the ordinary shares of u. Mg for about four billion dollars implying an enterprise value for you g of about forty two point. Four billion and distribute those shares to its own shareholders. Later this year would remain a publicly traded company with one point five billion in cash and it would also look for a new business combination with another partner. Why it's notable the deal would be the largest aspect transaction on record topping to thirty five billion that ride hailing app. Brab was recently valued at a similar transaction with peter growth group. It also comes at a time. When the market is cooling issue ince's have slowed following a record first-quarter all. The industry hit a roadblock after the proposed.

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"jobs" Discussed on Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous

Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous

"Hi i'm penny house. Lamb today in the podcast amazing speaker. Yeah i just want about speech steve jobs. We never saw his first hawk. Find your feet and begin to put one step in front of the a lovely success story this week so as working yesterday with a group of people to help them increase their visibility. She's boring way of saying. Make yourself a little bit famous. So they're all employees and they're just entering the leadership space whatever that means but basically there emerging talent to the the of canes learn and do the next thing so some of the group do panel discussions some of group do video may king some of the group do speaking at the front of the room and for some of them. It's the first time or it's a recovery time. It's a repair time to over an experience that they had in the past so one of the group she chose to do the speaking at the presenting. The task is to present three to five minutes of some stories. That are interesting. Some ideas a bit of value. The audience a bit of a take home and not to spend too long thinking about it. Because that's the dangerous we over. Think about things. This is just a safe space to have ago. And she basically had had one experience of speaking a big conference and first time as a speaker. Which obviously you could see that coming down. The track couldn't what was going to happen there. Oh inova spokane before. Let's bob you on a big stage a big conference on day three of this massive conference with loads of industry people around. You see how you get on. I mean hats off to is. She said yes to it and go home with. She said that the speaker before her was this really great motivational speaker. Who had everyone upon this their chairs so up up on murphy clapping. He was roaming the stage with no notes. He was awesome and then she was going on and she said she hadn't been any practice breast toll. She kind of just spoke into the the habrush. Doing it tokens. You have in the mirror and you bedroom pretending that you've got an audience in front of you. Not quite the same so really. She should have got some colleagues together all offered to run as a quick talk know during the meeting or whatever just to get some practice of bay front of an audience. Anyway that she is. She didn't fail but she didn't enjoy the experience. As you'd expect it could have predicted that can so there. She was in my training session yesterday. Ready to have another go good for her and she says she did it and she recognized something i mentioned basically a drops into the the the cia in the morning about how we never see. The people like the motivational speaker. She was talking about do that. I talk so we never saw steve jobs do his first talk in the founder of apple. Amazing artor black polo neck on is announcing new products. Big cult following amazing speaker. Yeah i just want to build. Speed like steve jobs. Yeah okay good. We never saw his first talk another speaker. May you never saw medium. i i talk. It was dreadful. It really was. It was dreadful. Nervous did not say had no structure talking about really didn't know what i wanted. The audience to to hear about it was just dreadful. I had red rash on my chest and probably a noticeable. But i could fail it. Big time was one of those twitches on your face that you get when you stressed or tired or analyzed or whatever and it was going like the clippers in my left eye just twitching so i felt like a twitchy nervous rashy wreck really when i was doing my talk subsequent talks after that. Actually it didn't. It didn't go away just after the first time. So the point of what i'm saying is lean into the subject and learn your craft yourself in the process of it and you're not going to be arriving on stage or born into the world knowing how to pull over leave as in the strings and the emotional stuff and the the practical staff and you know what else to deliver and land messages. Like wow. you're not gonna get a standing ovation on your first talk. No matter how much you might want that but don't be cowed by that factor. Either when you've you've done first thing find your fate and begin to put one step in front of the other. That's all you can expect of yourself and that's it really. I'm so delighted for this group of people who got a chance to have ago because we don't do it and that's really important to find your feet so don't be judgy only soft and be harsh. Don't be judgy and don't agree to speak at big conferences when you've never spoken before that's by advice there. Thanks been listening..

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"jobs" Discussed on Un poco de todo

Un poco de todo

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on Un poco de todo

"Can they talk exclusion. Louis don't manner in the are quote unquote say romney tech in harare. Soon as cornelius. It'll homesick thunder handle gone l. us as he. We didn't money unless autry not be. So yes he denying the autumn automo- animal cast in a bonior or a gone steve. Jobs steve jobs san francisco california being real. This one single palo alto california honest to his on say mcconnell. Komo's steve jobs for him. Magnetic news and is for matico into the mandatory for not imprisoned. Hit with your apple. Imacs washington you all the walt disney company. So now though apple who cynthia steep walking copa new jobs in at the wine in gaza our lexical bill jopstone unfairness In the thai time in new nurses deals tackle move dc. Annuals mission does walser baena guidance. Agenda suppose able then to combat the goals on our personalities. You're a premature guessing beside yes selection on trump. Lemon that muncy does whatever sukanya macintosh seen throwing. Your got gift will premiere on darkest ecommerce course racial exodus and the fact. That africa is going unit on invested in commanders. The kuala late infantile drugs magnon talk of yanni's sallow owner isn't manual to yellow in russia recipient iran. Jim seven eight thirty minute abba going blender some us company kissing round right. Because if we could do at was the say initially are not so the excellent going commercial capitalization the bookie allow the steve jobs. Eat them in up steep jobs. Nacional recommend you must say on. Sanyo's hours are now we lap maximum stack in john wall. The company gave the what he must be bogus. The three us. It doesn't look than happy now here. S the tim cook our society. Steve jobs steve jobs for not with not to person. I in my friend yell but she ended with your body. you're renting into the top. In the meantime you're moily also in loosey-goosey approval aiming liable in in letting chicago's gay and see this number of the immediately is in compatibility osceola galina acidic wanna do it with airport genera. Shell noon wary. Are you mean teaching allowing she stop. News is lemon theater in their industry. So hit the button the news it doesn't get steep jobs liberal montesano. Could ill ample super telephone and all the apple care. Nothing is a little market bully. He dot e i m as in motion ideas forum brescia silman gardens. Even your mother means honest. I shall have appeared. This is beyond moody on indigo. Same steve jobs in the bus from ran preference in mobile app and on a window can use. I know you all osceola steve. Jobs swim aquinas. For soon and brendan yondo as book on a brushes. Also enter the news on the. You know the ball any new job..

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"jobs" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Because it's good. But i wanna make it way better and i'm trying to change stuff. Yeah it makes you happy everyday that you get to make things better for other people. Yeah and for the project. South in the office has just like. Why do we do this this way. I think that's one thing to think of. It's like just because you're envisioning the more beautiful more perfect world. That doesn't mean that you have to change something like sometimes it does and being able and ready to accept that that's great but sometimes you can change your asked Well maybe you try to change in. That doesn't nothing. Does or you get pushback or something. You know whatever. Do you know what. I did my best me because i wanted to make this experience better here. I did that. I tried but it's just not working so it's time to move on yet. That is fine. And i think that's the hardest thing especially when i left school. I thought i had job that. I was stayed in for the next ten years. I mean i literally change job within two jobs within two years of leaving school like i've had three jobs within the last two years well lasts almost two years like year and a half. You know like letter tears..

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"jobs" Discussed on Work In Progress

Work In Progress

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jobs" Discussed on Work In Progress

"Happened because you've got people staying in smaller towns in spending money in small towns. I wanna talk about the other two economies before we go the automated economy. That's something we've talked a lot about in the last few months that the pandemic has accelerated automation artificial intelligence. And that's gonna just continue. You don't see you putting that genie back in the bottle but that means a lot of people in jobs that are task driven. One sows task are being replaced by automation. Those jobs go away. But i always want to be positive about it and say this has happened before and what happens is new kinds of jobs are created. What are you seeing in that area. It's very understandable. Why the automated economy is taking it through the pandemic when employers are forced to let people go they tend to be fairly reticent about bringing them back you know it's a time of economic uncertainty in the like and so in a lot of cases were already seen acceleration of automation driven replacement of jobs. Workers were already at risk already in the balance as you said. It's we've seen it coming. We're not going to put the genie back in the bottle. The automated economy encompasses a range of sectors. First of all we see actually launched of application of ai and robotics in healthcare a lot of focus on financial investment and also of course a lot of focus on machine learning and natural language processing. Things like computer vision in autonomous driving. Of course then. Just broadly robotics in in process automation. Some of those robotics we think ultimately could could drive over a million job one point three million jobs machine learning jobs. We think there'll be about two point. Seven million jobs created in that sector. These are very well paying jobs and very fast growing jobs. Here's the thing the question you asked him a few minutes ago is really smart one. Which is he looked. We've had a lot of displacement. We clearly are going to see a lot of job. Creation up to eighteen million jobs across these five sectors over the next five years which may be more than enough to provide opportunity for everyone who's displaced. Here's the challenge. Though we know that the claims of jobs where people are displaced and the kinds of jobs that are being created. There's not necessarily a direct path from one to the other take for example the green economy decarbonization as we move away from carbon based economies of the oil and petrochemicals manufacturing business cole and others to green technologies. There may at a numbers basis. Almost be a one to one transition. Not sure about that is a question of skills in this question of geography geography of carbon based jobs and the geography of green bay. Jobs isn't necessarily the same. We're not necessarily building solar farms in paducah kentucky or in west virginia where a lot of people been displaced from the coal sector..

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"jobs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"jobs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"The holiday shortened week and the partial government shutdown means we'll see a lighter economic calendar. This week all leading up to the release of the December jobs report on Friday, a final snapshot of the twenty eighteen employment picture joining us now from Washington with more details on the data is Wall Street Journal reporter, Sharon, none. Sharon Lister with the jobs report out on Friday twenty eighteen was a really strong year for the economy. Do you anticipate any surprises in last year's final jobs report? Yeah. Absolutely. We've continued to see really solid jobs growth and the unemployment rate is kind of hovering out of multidex low. But as you know, we've seen market volatility kind of increase in recent months. So if we're if the picture were to change because of that market volatility, I feel like this report would would be the first signs of employers. Pulling back on hiring as a result from that market volatility. But if you look at business and consumer sentiment gauges things seem to be. Pretty elevated still so remains to be seen whether or not businesses are actually going to start pulling back their hiring at the same time. There are also concerns about the tightening labor market. The journal has been reporting that job seekers across different industries or quitting in search of better opportunities, which is making it tougher employers to keep in retain talent. Yeah. I think the average American would probably say who cares? I have a great job with finally wage growth. But you're right employees are now able to command in some certain sectors and certain parts of the country higher wages than they had previously because you know, employers are essentially begging for talent and some and some places and because we've seen this wage growth. There have been concerns that maybe would see inflation flare at the same time. But that just hasn't been the case, in fact, actually inflation is kind of cooled in a little bit in some areas in recent months, and finally Sharon, we have an important appearance to note this week on Friday the same day that will see the December jobs report Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell. Will will take part in a panel. That also includes his predecessors former fed chair Janet Yellen, and Ben Bernanke that should be an interesting gathering. Oh, yes. All of us here in our little bubbles will certainly be watching it very closely. I will it'll be very interesting. I think a lot of people will be watching particularly for any talk of the fed pulling back its pace of rate increases since the recent global market route that we've seen now, of course, chairman Powell certainly isn't went to come out and say, we're we're thinking we're gonna raise rates, you know, fewer times, but you know, any kind of potential utterances that could could signal that maybe they're thinking this way. And we we've already seen that in the dot plot that they released that a lot of officials think that they'll probably be just two or three rate increases and so far Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell has reserved commenting more than necessary on recent criticism of the Fed's rate hikes despite criticism from the president, do you anticipate that he might get some support in that regard from his predecessors. Who may be able to speak more freely perhaps on the president's criticism of the fed. That's a really interesting question. I mean, I definitely think that Yellen and Burnett Anki have been known to kind of stay out of the political foray. And I think they'll probably continue down that path. I don't know they they may not necessarily mention President Trump by name, but they'll certainly probably go on about the importance of an independent fed and how that it should be. How should be free from political influence, which of course, would be would be alluding to the recent Trump comments. That's Wall Street Journal reporter, Sharon, none. Joining us from Washington. Thank you so much Sharon happy to chat. And that's what's news. I'm Anne Marie for totally in New York for the Wall Street Journal.

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