JOLTS Day Graphs: June 2022 Edition
The quits rate remained at 2.8 percent as 4.2 million workers quit their jobs in June 2022.
The vacancy yield remains low but increased to about 0.60 in June from 0.58 in May, as the number of reported job openings declined and hires saw little change.
The ratio of unemployed-workers-to-job-openings increased in June to 0.55 from 0.53 in May.
The Beveridge Curve moved downward in June, reflecting a decline in the job openings rate while unemployment remained unchanged.
The overall number of job openings decreased by 605,000 in June (6.6 percent) to 10.7 million, falling in industries such as construction, leisure and hospitality, and trade, transportation, and utilities.