Bumble is giving 350 of its workers the ax, the dating app company said Tuesday. Impacted workers started receiving notification on Wednesday.
America's career coach Ken Coleman reacts to billionaire Peter Thiel offering entrepreneurs $100K to skip college and start their own business on 'The Big Money Show.'
Vice Media CEO Bruce Dixon said in his memo to staff last week that several hundred employees would be laid off and the company would stop publishing content on Vice.com.
Many industries were hit with layoffs in 2023, but for those who want to find a position with more job security, social media users say the answer is simple: the federal government.
What happens if you truly dislike your boss at work but still care about your job and your career progress? Two executive experts weighed in with insights and tips for employees.
Career experts say that those seeking new jobs should try for "reach roles" even if they think they won't get them — as recruiters may be looking for the very skills the applicants possess.
The "Taylor Swift effect" has seemingly reached London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. It is seeking to hire a "superfan" to help curators in an advisory role.
St. George School Superintendent Mike Felton on the importance of teaching students skilled trades.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach, R., weighs in on flyers' concerns regarding the FAA's DEI hiring practices and President Biden considering an executive order to address the border crisis.
Three workers at Houston-based Troy Construction are fighting for their careers and sounding off on President Biden's green energy agenda putting livelihoods at stake.
Unions carried out the highest number of major work stoppages in the U.S. in more than 20 years in 2023, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
FOX Business' Grady Trimble reports from Houston-based Troy Construction, where the CEO and contract workers voice concerns over executive energy policy.
Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer is the hot new emerging job for 2024. Although most companies do not need someone dedicated solely to AI in the C-suite, they need something.
So you were offered the job and accepted it – but then the company rescinded the offer. If this unfortunate career circumstance happens to you, here's the best way to handle it, say experts.
Over 50% who have been told by employers to work in the office are currently or planning on looking for a new job this year, per a recent report.
Retired nurse Joyce Fleming details why she decided to return to the workforce, pointing to high prices and shrinking savings on 'Fox & Friends.'
Fourth generation farmer John Boyd Jr. argues Black farmers are 'facing extinction' under Biden as the administration pushes to give Ukraine aid.
Today, job candidates in their 20s and 30s often want to have "the big talk" during interviews in an effort to make a lasting human connection. Career experts weighed in on the viral trend.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained that layoffs that are still prevalent throughout the tech industry aren't happening because of artificial intelligence.
Mark Glyptis, United Steelworkers Local 2911 union president, warned the consequences of closing a West Virginia tin mill in favor of imported products could spell disaster for the U.S.