A new study by Haven Life found that millennials were flocking to these Pacific Northwest cities.
The BuzzFeed News Union will receive its sought-after voluntary recognition from BuzzFeed, the group shared on social media Friday.
Retailer JCPenney has reportedly hired advisers to examine debt restructuring opportunities, sources told Reuters.
Employers might be checking up their workers more than they think, according to a new report.
Dressbarn announced Thursday that it will close 62 stores in July and August, with nine closing in July and 53 in August.
The minimum wage fight continues as a Seattle firm says high wages were a major reason for filing bankruptcy.
The company has set a new goal to hire 5,000 veterans and military spouses each year.
The current federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour.
A survey by Bloomberg found that those who are firefighters, despite making an average salary of $50,000 a year, are the happiest in their profession.
Data for the prior week was revised to show 1,000 fewer applications received than previously reported.
Looking for work? Kohl’s said it’s hiring an early wave of season workers at almost twice as many stores as last year.
IKEA plans to close its only U.S. factory site and shift operations to Europe.
The CBO estimated the Raise the Wage Act could eliminate as many as 3.7 million jobs.
These 15 flexible side jobs will help workers earn some outside of their professional career, according to FlexJobs.
Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing told a German newspaper that he scolded senior members at its London office for getting suits fitted on the same day hundreds of fellow staffers lost their jobs.
Fashion accessories retailer Charming Charlie filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday and will shutter all of its 261 stores.
Part of Yang’s 2020 campaign centers on the rise of automation in the U.S. economy.
Georgia will be home to a new Amazon fulfillment center that’s set bring 1,000 new jobs to the state, the governor announced Wednesday.
President Trump refuted reports that few banks wanted to lend money to him following a series of corporate bankruptcies and defaults starting in the early 1990s in a series of tweets Thursday.
Amazon announced it was planning to spend more than $700 million to upskill 100,000 employees or one in three staffers.