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Other data in the report was a reminder that monthly gains can be fleeting. For example, the unemployment rate among black workers jumped in January to 7.7%, rising after falling to a record low of 6.8% in December. President Donald Trump had trumpeted that decline as evidence of economic improvement. The US is now in its ninth year of expansion and has been adding jobs steadily since 2010. The increases in January occurred across most industries, a sign of solid growth. Over the last three months, payrolls increased by an average of 192,000 jobs, compared to over 200,000 in the same period the prior year. "I don't think we should be too excited about this," said Ms Piezga. "The momentum of the US economy is waning. We're still talking about positive growth, positive job creation, but at a slower pace." Economists have said some slowdown in job creation is to be expected as new workers become harder to find. Despite a relatively high number of job openings, participation in the labour force has remained stuck below 63%, several percentage points lower than it was before the financial crisis.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42921615
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Foreign worker fined S$30,000 for illegally acting as employment agent Foreign worker fined S$30,000 for illegally acting as employment agent Foreign worker fined S$30,000 for illegally acting as employment agent The Ministry of Manpower building. (File photo: Calvin Oh) SINGAPORE: A foreign worker has been fined S$30,000 for illegally acting as an employment agent for other foreign workers. In a news release on Wednesday (Nov 22), the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said Bangladeshi Roy Tapon Kumar pleaded guilty to conducting employment agency activities without a valid licence. Roy also faced two other charges of instigating two foreign workers to make false statements to an employment inspector from MOM, by telling the workers not to reveal that he collected agency fees from them. These two charges were taken into consideration during sentencing. Investigations found that Roy had acted as an employment agent for 12 Bangladeshi foreign workers between October 2015 and March 2016. Roy had contacted the foreigners and asked them to send him copies of their passports and personal particulars which he then forwarded to a recruitment company. Once they were hired, he forwarded the In-Principle Approval and security bond letters on behalf of the company to the workers. In addition, Roy also arranged for a foreigner to attend a job interview with the company. He collected fees of between S$1,800 and S$7,300 from each worker, amounting to a total of S$30,900. MOM said in its release that work pass holders are not allowed to be involved in illegal employment agent activities.
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