September 05, 2008 | PDF versionPasadena, CA — Intermittent job losses continued across the Midwest in August against flat business reports, according to a nine-state business survey released by Creighton University. Though the survey indicated a rise in exports, output, and sales, Ernie Goss, the professor who led the study, said that ''the inflation gauge is still telegraphing excessive inflation in the pipeline.'' The report further indicated that more and more employers are getting their work done with fewer employees, putting the Midwest region's job market under further strain. EmploymentCrossing, the leading job board in the US, seeks to find more and more jobs in Mid-America and already boasts of an overall job count of more than 112,000 jobs in the US.
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