Checking in on the dynamic information equilibrium model forecasts, and everything is pretty much status quo. Job openings are still on a biased deviation. Click to enlarge.
Based on this model which puts hires as a leading indicator, we should continue to see the unemployment rate fall through March of 2019 (5 months from October 2018):
The dashed line shows a possible recession counterfactual (with average magnitude and width, i.e. steepness) constrained by the fact that the JOLTS hires data is not showing any sign of a shock.
Here's the previous update from November (with September 2018 JOLTS data).