According to economists, the job market will continue to strengthen in 2015.
Paul Davidson, in an article in USA Today wrote:
A strengthening labor market will not let up this year, economists say, with job growth approaching or exceeding the estimated 15-year high reached in 2014.
Later in the article, Davidson writes:
This year, many economists expect low gasoline prices and rising household wealth to drive consumer spending, offsetting weakness overseas and helping the economy to grow at least 3%, vs. an estimated 2.4% in 2014.
That, along with more bullish employers, should power average monthly job gains to 250,000 to 300,000, says Bernard Baumohl, chief global economist for The Economic Outlook Group.
This is definitely the type of news we all enjoy hearing….