The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) issued a notice that they will not be issuing the non-farm payrolls report, better known as the monthly jobs report, on the first Friday of October, as normally scheduled. During the federal government shutdown, BLS will not collect data, issue reports or respond to public inquiries. Once operations resume, “[r]evised schedules will be issued as they become available,” according to the BLS website.
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