TriNet's SMBeat November report features the retail sector employment outlook through the holiday shopping season
According to the report, recent job growth in the U.S. retail sector is built on positive consumer confidence, increasing retail spending, and positive job market outlook. Though consumer confidence has been unstable much of the year, the report’s findings show that improvements over the past few months, due to favorable job market and business conditions, will give way to increased spending power among holiday shoppers. Retail sales, jobs and housing data all point to healthy gains.
Recognizing the need to keep household budgets in line, shoppers will be extremely price sensitive as they have been for quite some time. Even though consumer income and spending have only moderately accelerated this year, there is room for optimism this holiday season. Overall, consumers are in a much better place than they were this time last year. The extra spending power could translate into solid holiday sales growth for retailers.
Below are the key findings of the November 2014 TriNet SMBeat Report. All data related to net job growth and losses is sourced from TriNet's population of more than 10,000 clients and approximately 273,000 worksite employees in the U.S. In addition to the analysis of the retail sector, the report showed that:
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