US hiring demand remained strong in April

U.S. job vacancies remained near record highs in April, and workers continued to quit at a high rate, signs of an exceptionally tight labor market that has contributed to historically high inflation.

The Labor Department announced Wednesday that there were 11.4 million seasonally adjusted job openings in April, down from the upward-revised record of 11.9 million openings the previous month. . The number of times workers left their jobs fell slightly to 4.4 million.


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