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Nonfarm payrolls rose by 128,000 in October as the U.S. economy overcame the weight of the GM autoworkers’ strike and created jobs at a pace well above expectations.
Walgreens Boots Alliance has laid off an undisclosed number of employees at its corporate headquarters as the drugstore chain cuts costs, the company said Monday.
Joining us on the show is David Lefkowitz, a Senior Equity Strategist at UBS Wealth Management Research, to talk more about what’s ahead for the markets in a busy week.
Five states hit new lows in unemployment during September, including a couple that could be pivotal in the 2020 presidential election.
There are lots of opportunities to work in government — and they don’t require a relocation to Capitol Hill.
The unemployment rate hits a 50-year low and stocks ended the volatile week on a high note. Steve Liesman has more for us.
Joining us on the show is Samuel Coffin, a Senior U.S. Economist at UBS, who gives us his analysis on the latest jobs report.
The manufacturing sector is facing challenges on finding more skilled workers. Kate Rogers reports from Newberry, South Carolina to see how one manufacturing company there is addressing this problem.
The hardwood lumber industry is falling on “hard” times impacted by the U.S. trade war with China. Diana Olick explains
The September 2019 jobs report showed decent hiring during the month with the health care and education industries seeing the biggest growth.
Unemployment hit a fresh 50-year low in September even though nonfarm payrolls rose by just 136,000 as the economy nears full employment, the Labor Department reported Friday.
Even as unemployment in the U.S. has fallen to a new 50-year low, jobs continue to evaporate in retail.
The manufacturing sector is facing a more immediate problem than the ongoing trade war: a growing skills gap.
E-commerce giant Amazon is attracting job seekers from across the country as it hosts the nation’s largest career fair. Deirdre Bosa has more for us at that job fair in Arlington, Virginia.
With some retailers now increasing its seasonal hiring, what does this mean for the economy and investors? Mark Hamrick, a Senior Economic Analyst at Bankrate, gives us his analysis.