JOLTS Day Graphs: May 2019 Report Edition
The quit rate has remained at 2.3% for one year, with workers voluntarily leaving jobs at a healthy rate.
Hires declined by 266,000 in May, reflecting the lower level of payroll employment growth in the May Jobs Report.
The ratio of unemployed workers to job openings remains less than one, with a low level unemployment potentially lending more bargaining power to workers seeking new jobs.
The Beveridge Curve moved down slightly in May, but remains in an expansionary phase.