As fears continue to grow about a potential recession, so do fears about the impact it could have on the job market. Aside from when the pandemic was at its peak, people who started working in the past 12 years have been able to benefit from a hot job market where employees have mostly had the bargaining power; however, rising inflation and recession concerns are already causing the tables to turn, as layoffs and job freezes have been recently announced across several industries. Data released Thursday found more jobs were added in June than expected, but concerns remain about the future of job security and availability. Rebecca Ryan, economist, futurist and founder of Next Generation Consulting, joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss.