Jun 13: Trucking companies already have a shortage of about 30,000 workers, and new federal rules that reduce driving hours could create a need for an additional 100,000 drivers. More
By grouping furlough days into a one-week block, federal employees should be able to qualify for unemployment benefits for the time they won't be working this summer.
Moms are the sole or primary breadwinner in four out of 10 households with children. But 51% of Americans believe children are better off when a mom stays home with the kids and doesn't hold a job, according a Pew Research Center study.
The Steel City is now a city to watch thanks to the U.S. energy boom and shifting global economy. But London retains most popular for expats, according to a new report.
No college degree? No problem! The job of web developer is growing quickly and many in the field are self-trained.
The ranks of the long-term unemployed are thinning, but it's not known whether they are getting jobs or just dropping out of the labor force.
First-time claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, signaling the job market may have improved in May.
Job growth was stronger than initially reported at the start of 2013, and U.S. employers continued to hire in April.
Retail, restaurant jobs pick up, pointing to greater consumer confidence and raising hopes for a broader economic recovery.
165,00 jobs were created in April thanks to robust hiring in the retail and hospitality sectors, sending the unemployment rate down to 7.5%.
The April jobs report showed a drop in construction jobs, but it isn't because the housing boom is slowing.
Despite a rocky job market, the U.S. still tops the list of places around the globe that students want to live and work post-graduation, according to a survey from Universum.
With the job market heating up, a growing number of companies are turning to employee stock plans as a way to attract and keep talent.
The number of Americans on disability is surging for many reasons. And with a weak economy and an aging population, the trend should continue.
In 29 states, it's still legal to be fired for being gay.
Layoffs are back at pre-recession lows, but new hiring still remains weak.
Unemployment remains high for young college grads. For those who have found jobs, a majority work in positions that don't even require a college degree.
Wages hit a speed bump in the first quarter, according to PayScale, but pay was still up 3.5% year over year. These 5 professions saw even bigger raises than that.
In the search for the ideal job, these millennials job-hopped often in their teens and early twenties.
The average 25-year-old has already worked at least 6 jobs, not much more than the baby boomers, who worked an average of 5.5 jobs by that age.
U.S. employers added only 88,000 jobs in March, but the unemployment rate dipped to 7.6%.
Unemployment rate falls because a half-million people fell out of the labor force in March, either because they lost jobs or stopped looking.
Retail jobs decline by 24,000. Analysts blame cold weather, tax hikes and government spending cuts.
The U.S. Postal Service continues to shrink its labor force, mostly through retirements.
There are 2 million health care aides in the United States. And jobs in this industry are expected to increase 70% over the next decade. But the average worker earns just $9.70 an hour.
Home health aides are not protected by federal minimum wage and overtime laws. Worker advocates -- and the White House -- are fighting to change that.
Construction jobs were key to a strong February jobs report, as the housing recovery drives overall improvement in job market.
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