Trick or treat from the labor market : The Indicator from Planet Money Trick or treat! As we all know, some indicators are sweet, but others are scary. Luckily, one economist is here to help us separate the tricks from the treats in our labor market.

Labor market trick or treat

Labor market trick-or-treat

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PVC pipe is used to give trick-or-treaters candy on October 31, 2020 in Washington, DC.
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Trick or treat! The Indicator brings you Halloween two weeks ahead of schedule just in case supply-chain issues catch up to us.

From record job quits to record job openings, the labor market has a few tricks and treats up its sleeve.

Today on the show economist Julia Pollak walks us through which indicators are sweet and which ones are scary.

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