Job hunting jobs: Hall hunter jobs hit record levels, but many jobs remain vulnerable

NEW YORK (Reuters) – There are nearly twice as many ghost hunters as there were in 2006, according to data released on Wednesday by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

The number of people searching for jobs for ghost hunters has increased for the first time in almost two decades, with the job growth outpacing the number of job openings.

The BLS reported that the number had reached a seasonally adjusted high of 1.7 million people in July.

There were 2.1 million ghost hunters in June.

The rise in employment and the rise in demand for ghost hunting jobs has led to a spike in the number and the type of jobs offered to people searching, said Daniel Tice, a BLS senior economist.

The number for the ghost hunter job market rose by 3.9% to 8.6 million people, according the BLS, with a jump of 9.1% in the jobless rate, a measure of the number unemployed.

The increase in the unemployment rate from 6.6% in June to 7.2% in July was the highest increase since March 2007.

“The unemployment rate is up because more people are looking for jobs, and more people can’t find jobs,” Tice said.

“The number is going up because people are not being paid enough.”

A recent report by the National Association of State Ghost Hunters (NASG) said that while the number for ghost hunter jobs has increased, the percentage of job seekers seeking the job has decreased.

The NASG report showed that about 22% of ghost hunters were paid less than $20 an hour, down from 25% in 2011.

The report also found that ghost hunters earn less than they did five years ago.

Tice said the decline in the ghost hunting industry has led people to look for other jobs.

“There is more competition, but also more competition in the marketplace,” he said.

“It’s going to be very difficult to maintain an economic recovery that continues.”

The unemployment figure for ghost hunts has dropped in the last year.

It dropped from 9.7% to 7% in May, from 11.1%, from 12.5% to 10.4%, from 10.3% to 9.6%, and from 10% to 6.3%, according to BLS figures.BLS data shows that the unemployment for people who are unemployed is about the same as for other people.

For the same period, the unemployment rates for those who are employed and looking for work are about equal, Tice noted.

The National Association for State Ghost Hunter reported in July that 1.5 million people searched for jobs in ghost hunting, and 2.7 percent of those searches resulted in a job.

In addition to the increase in jobs and the job seekers’ participation, the NASG reported that people are increasingly using social media, which is now the primary source of job searching.

Ticice noted that ghost hunting has grown in popularity.

“A lot of people are interested in this activity,” he told Reuters.

“But there is a lot of uncertainty around the job market and the economy right now.”

The Blessthe U.S. ghost hunting boom began in 2000, and the first harvest was held in 2006.

The industry expanded rapidly in recent years and now has more than 200 sites and employs about 2,500 people, said John Eichelberger, director of the NASIH.

The boom in ghost hunts began when hunters were allowed to use their hunting licenses to hunt on land with a hunting license, Eichenberger said.

The new licenses allowed hunters to hunt with a shotgun and bow, and hunters could use the same hunting rifles that are used in military operations.

The hunting industry expanded in part because it became more accessible and because hunters had more opportunities to make a living.

People were able to hunt in a more affordable way, with cheaper permits and a lower cost of living, said Eicherberger.

“They’re able to take care of themselves and their families.

They’re able access that same hunting experience,” he added.

Tics estimates that the boom has created more than 2 million jobs and contributed $1.2 billion to the U.s. economy.

He noted that more than 80% of people who search for jobs are men.

“We are seeing a lot more women seeking the same opportunities,” he noted.

“We’re seeing a rise in women in the workforce.

We’re seeing more women getting into the field.”

Tice noted a lack of diversity in the jobs offered.

“It’s a male-dominated field,” he pointed out.

“If you look at the diversity, it’s lower than in the military, and it’s much lower than it was in the 1980s, when we had the boom,” he explained.