In anticipation for President-Elect Donald Trump’s presidency, millions of American workers are expecting to gain some hope in the economy after an awful eight years of Obama’s America.
Here comes the Trump labor rally, firing on all cylinders — more jobs everywhere, and millions of US workers ready to quit for more pay and better employment opportunities, according to some analysts.
Despite December job gains gains coming in below expectations — at 156,000 — the hottest US labor market in a decade is being ignited by the incoming administration in Washington. As many as 3 million American employees forecast to voluntarily quit their current jobs in January alone, according to analyst projections.
That’s the largest January number expected to walk off the job since 2007 — an undoubted sign of more jobs waiting out there, the analysts say.
Of course, how long this pent-up Trump labor rally will persist is debatable, they add, but evidence of a renewed surge of jobs and turnover is mounting.
The new Trump era is beginning!