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News Summary: US job openings, hiring up slightly

MORE JOBS AVAILABLE: U.S. job openings rose 28,000 to 3.83 million in May from April, the Labor Department said Wednesday. That's close to February's 3.9 million, which was the highest in five years. Full story

US job openings, hiring rise slightly in May

U.S. employers advertised slightly more jobs in May and hired more workers, further signs of steady improvement in the job market. Full story

Santelli on JOLTS Survey

   CNBC's Rick Santelli reveals the latest data on job openings and labor turnover, or JOLTS.

Employers post fewer job openings but quits increase

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of job openings fell in April but more workers quit their jobs during the month, a potential sign of confidence in the nation's plodding labor market recovery. Full story

Jobs Exist, But Where Are Workers?

   The economy added 175,000 jobs in May. However, New Jersey builder Michael Fink explains he has plenty of job openings, but can't find skilled people to fill the positions.

Job openings rise in January on retail bounce back

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bounce back in vacant retail positions lifted the number of jobs open in the United States in January, but the overall tone continued to point to only a moderate improvement in the labor market. Full story

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  Manufacturers Can't Fill Job Openings

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports there's a growing frustration trying to fill job openings in the second and third shifts, despite an eight percent unemployment rate.

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