Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey

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Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey

A survey published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics each month on the state of the American job market. It collects and disseminates data on job openings, recruitment activity, hires and layoffs, and other criteria in several different sectors. JOLTS are used along with the Help Wanted Index to show whether the number of jobs is growing or shrinking at a given time.
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The main observation from the modified cone jolt test was aeration-filled green sand exhibited greater ultimate strength, stiffness and toughness compared to the gravity-filled green sand sample (Fig.
The inability to perform the alignment and benchmarking procedures at the level of establishment size categories is a potential limitation of the unofficial JOLTS data by establishment size.
Another tool that was used extensively by participants at the JOLTS Symposium is the Beveridge curve.
A cone jolt toughness tester measures the relative brittleness of the compacted sand, providing information quite different from compressive or tensile strength properties.
DataDirect Technologies, the unparalleled leader in data connectivity and mainframe integration and an operating company of Progress Software Corporation (Nasdaq: PRGS), today announced that the Stylus Studio[R] 2007 XML Enterprise Suite product has been awarded the 2007 Jolt Productivity Award in the Design and Modeling category.
For the last 13 quakes, the interval between jolts averaged 590 years, with the shortest span measuring roughly 435 years.
The Bolivian quake packed more power than any other jolt in the last 5 years.
Since that time, strike-slip jolts have sprung up along the sides of the plate, southeast of Alaska and south of Japan.
2 jolt that occurred May 23, 1989, on a submerged fault along the Macquarie Ridge.
history, large jolts have rattled only two sites within the stable eastern half of the North American plate: the New Madrid area and Charleston, S.