As automation eliminates jobs and creates other opportunities in the labor market, a new study suggests employees will need to learn new skills in order to transition into the “workforce of tomorrow.”
BH Media Group joins Vox Media in reducing headcount as the industry struggles.
Poorest in Stockton will get $500 per month for a year – no strings attached.
The boss at the world’s largest recruiting firm recommends a positive approach to landing a dream position.
Professional show dog handlers can walk 20 to 25 dog per show, charging $120 each.
The retailer announces that it’s closing a distribution center in Wisconsin while stepping up employment at its beauty salons.
The e-commerce giant reducing staff at its Seattle base even as its global headcount grows and the company looks for a second headquarters city.
CEO Nigel Travis is also concerned about the disruptive effects of companies such as Amazon.
Minimum wage workers in 18 states received a pay hike at the start of 2018 leaving business owners concerned that a wage increase may negatively affect their bottom line.
The Labor Department reported that average hourly earnings rose 2.9% in January from a year earlier. The president said in his State of the Union address that stagnation is ending.
U.S. employers beat expectations of an increase of 180,000 jobs after December's disappointing reading. The unemployment rate held steady at 4.1%, a 17-year low.
The National Federation of Independent Business’ survey finds that 24% of employers surveyed expect to increase compensation and 22% cite the difficulty of finding qualified workers.
Employers in the U.S. added 180,000 jobs last month, up from 148,000 in December, according to economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters. President Trump touted labor market strength in his State of the Union address.
Actor John Ratzenberger discusses why he supports President Trump’s push to invest in job training.
Streaming music giant Pandora is pink-slipping 5% of its workforce, in a move that will help the struggling company save nearly $45 million annually.
The president plans to emphasize his economic accomplishments while promising to build “a safe, strong and proud America,” according to a senior administration official.
Japan's Fujifilm Holdings said it is cutting 10,000 jobs globally at its joint venture with Xerox, saying it needed to overhaul the photocopying business amid a tough market environment.
As President Donald Trump prepares to address the State of the Union for the first time since assuming office, his pro-business agenda and victories are expected to take center stage.
Employment posts biggest increase since 2014 as global economy strengthens, dollar weakens
Sales of new single-family units fell more than expected in December, recording their biggest drop in nearly 1-1/2 years. Filings for unemployment benefits rose from a 45-year low last week.