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This year’s graduating class is facing the best job market in years. So, if you don’t have a job yet, don’t fret.
The Labor Department said that the unemployment rate remained at 5 percent in April. But does that tell the whole story?
A new study shows that if a pool of four candidates for a job includes only one woman, her chances for getting hired are statistically zero.
A big theme in this election cycle has been the so-called gig economy. It’s fueled by the likes of fresh hotel competitor Airbnb along with ride sharing apps like Lyft and Uber.
There were 5.4 million job openings in February according to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary (JOLTS) report.
March’s jobs report was solid, but it contained a warning signal of slower labor growth ahead.
Private companies are continuing to add jobs, with 200,000 new positions created in March, according to the latest count from ADP and Moody’s.
Here are 5 simple do’s and don’ts when you sit down at the negotiating table for a raise.
Job openings rose in January, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday.
The February jobs report supports the case that the Fed doesn’t have to rush to increase interest rates, BlackRock bond guru Jeff Rosenberg says.
Amid rising recession expectations and turbulence financial markets, companies kept on creating jobs in February.
Hires inched high enough to surpass December 2007, the first month of the recession.
Hiring slowed substantially in January, but the fact that more people were working for higher pay signals strength.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama vowed to keep fighting for workers’rights. Here’s how.
Dust off those résumés, job seekers. January 6 is the busiest day of the year to look for a new gig, according to job search site Monster.