Jobless claims rise sharply to highest level since 2021
Applications for unemployment benefits last week climbed to the highest level since October 2021, the latest evidence the labor market is slowing down.
Job growth shows resilience in April but also signs of softening
The economy added 253,000 jobs in April, an increase from the previous month but slower than the average gain of 290,000 in the last six months, according to the latest employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Class of 2023 graduating into 'tight, uncertain' job market
With many companies announcing massive layoffs and others on hiring freezes, the class of 2023 is entering an uncertain job market.
SelectUSA Investment Summit underway in Maryland to boost investment in America
Fox News senior national correspondent Rich Edson has more on the summit's intention to connect investors and businesses from around the world 'America Reports.'
Stronger US presence in Southeast Asia is good for American business
Milken Institute Asia fellow Curtis Chin on the need for American businesses to collaborate more with Southeast Asia and Chinese manufacturing contracts signaling recovery concerns.
AI vs the job market: Experts say tech roles thought 'immune' to automation could face disruption
Tech experts that spoke with Fox News Digital said that artificial intelligence systems like ChatGPT can caused job losses but also make roles more efficient.
America has to be able to develop oil and gas reserves and build towards a 'climate future': Joelle Hall
Alaska AFL-CIO President Joelle Hall on awaiting Biden's decision on Alaska's Willow Oil project, says it will help produce more American jobs and increase energy reserves
US workers shifting job preferences, workplace trends in tight market
FOX Business' Madison Alworth and Lydia Hu join 'America's Newsroom' to report on a rise in part-time workers and 'bare minimum Monday.'
Economy, job market among nation’s most pressing issues, say concerned Americans
People in Austin, Texas, identified what they believed to be the most pressing issues facing America currently, with over half of people pointing to the economy
DocuSign to cut 10% of workforce, nearly 700 employees will lose jobs
DocuSign, an e-signature and software company, has announced it cutting 10% of its workforce after 9% of its staff in 2022.
Ford cutting 3,800 European jobs in EV push
Ford will cut around 3,800 jobs in product development and administration in Europe as the U.S. automaker cuts global costs to expand more in electric vehicle market.
'Quiet hiring' shuffles responsibilities and roles: Here's how it may help workers, companies
In "quiet hiring," companies use the skills of existing employees in other areas. Opportunities for growth abound and there are wise ways to put this strategy in place.
Is the US ready for a four-day work week?
Research shows 64% of managers expect their company to transition to a four-day schedule within the next five years.
Ford announces return to Formula 1 racing
Ford President and CEO Jim Farley and Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domernicali discuss Ford's growth in the auto industry and employment and announce its return to Formula 1 racing.
Majority of workers regret quitting during 'great resignation'
Workers who quit their jobs during the "great resignation" now regret the decision, finding they miss their work friends and a healthy work-life balance.
FedEx cutting over 10% of management roles
FedEX CEO Raj Subramaniam announced in a letter to team members the company was reducing over 10% of its executive roles to maintain efficiency during uncertain economic times.
Wisconsin to vote on work requirements for welfare amid workforce crisis
Wisconsin voters will have a chance to weigh in on work requirements for able-bodied adults on welfare in the April election, as the state deals with low labor participation.
White Castle embraces automation, rolls out 'Flippy' the robot amid hiring difficulties
White Castle Vice President Jamie Richardson shows how 'Flippy' the robot flips burgers and drops fresh fries at 100 locations nationwide.
Amazon job cuts increase to 18,000
Amazon announced Wednesday that it will cut a larger-than-expected 18,000 jobs, the most in company history.
Small businesses find some relief from hiring woes
Red hot labor market cools, improving hiring prospects for small business and decreasing turnover. Talent easier to find amongst big tech and banking layoffs.