President Trump says a payroll tax cut would substantially help workers and small businesses.
The industry is also asking for increased access to coronavirus tests.
Companies in industries like software, health care, e-commerce and customer service are hiring.
The cuts were most heavily felt in industries such as hotels, restaurants and education as the travel industry shut down, bars and eateries closed their doors, and day care centers shuttered.
The temporary layoffs will impact about 6,000 employees at Under Armour’s full-price and discount outlet stores, and about 600 workers at its U.S. distribution centers. The changes take effect on April 12.
Additionally, Lockheed Martin is looking to fill another 5,000 open positions.
Labor attorney Stephanie Lewis breaks down what to know when filing for unemployment.
Fmr. Labor Department Chief of Staff Paul Conway discusses unemployment in the U.S. and the importance of sending relief to small businesses.
It was the first decline in payrolls since September 2010, and the steepest since March 2009.
FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo breaks down the March jobs report.
Labor Attorney Stephanie Lewis breaks down how best to file for unemployment and receive benefits during coronavirus.
Over the past two weeks alone, 10 million Americans have filed for unemployment.
The forecasts are far less bleak than the picture painted by the record-shattering jobless claims.
It's an especially difficult time to seek help for employees who feel they've been unfairly terminated.
Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price discusses forgoing his salary as well as 10 other employees to save the company during the coronavirus.
Economists expected the number of Americans filing for unemployment to top 3 million as the virus outbreak leaves the economy reeling.
Grocery stores like Walmart, Kroger and Whole Foods are adding thousands of jobs nationwide. FOX Business' Grady Trimble with more.
The coronavirus crisis has forced businesses big and small across the country to close their doors in an attempt to mitigate the disease's spread.
Most employers with 15 or more employees must abide by Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws, which protect employees being punished for asserting their rights.
Economists surveyed by Refinitiv expect the economy shed 100,000 jobs in March, the first losses in almost 10 years and bringing to end a record 113-month-long streak of payroll creation.