An unusual unemployment crisis in the Midwest has reached such unprecedented levels that some counties have resorted to luring in college graduates by offering financial incentives, like free land or partially-paid rent in hopes of filling vacant job openings.
During the White House summit on the future of artificial intelligence in U.S. businesses on Thursday, Accenture Chief Technology Officer Paul Daugherty hopes to push the importance of reskilling American workers who could lose their jobs to new technology.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order that aims to expand job opportunities to military spouses across the federal government.
The Japanese company makes another moves into the U.S. market.
Issues including wage growth and quality of work need to be addressed.
The jobless rate among African-Americans dropped in April to another record low.
"The black community needs new leaders," the Turning Point USA communications director said.
Why quitting your job is helping the economy.
April will be the 91st straight month of increased employment.
Automation provides workers with an opportunity to improve their skills, according to Bill Studebaker.
Good times for baristas, who have enjoyed a more than 20% boost since 2014.
Free land, $25K bonus – just some of the offers to those willing to relocate.
The outlook for wage growth is promising with April showing the biggest gains of the year.
Six Nike executives have left the company stretching back to last month.
The big grocery chain will detail how it will spend tax reform savings later this month.
The Midwest is facing an unusual problem: There are too many jobs and too few employees.
The U.S. economy is expected to add 193,000 nonfarm jobs in March with the unemployment rate moving a tick lower to 4%.
Big Apple legislation would give employees the right to disconnect.
A new survey finds U.S. companies, anticipating tax savings from the newly passed Tax Cut and Jobs Act, are using their cash windfall to reinvest in their workforce.
The company seeks to cut costs after a sales decline from 2012 to 2016.