A new survey found that 62 percent of Americans haven’t gotten a pay boost in 2018.
With so many job openings, workers are leaving their jobs without bothering to tell their bosses.
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 27,000 to a seasonally adjusted 206,000 for the week ended Dec. 8.
Americans are not so impressed with the U.S. economy these days.
So far this year, 1,323 CEO departures have been recorded, up 24.2 percent from last year.
Several cryptocurrency firms announced they’re trimming their staffs.
Job openings, a measure of labor demand, increased by 119,000 to a seasonally adjusted 7.1 million.
Brady’s comments come on the heel of the Department of Labor’s November jobs report.
Employers need to keep employees from getting stale.
Demand for skilled labor is at record highs.
The American automaker intends to build a new three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee for model year 2021.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli told FOX Business that General Motors CEO Mary Barra was forced to make the difficult decision to shut down four U.S. auto plants.
Health care and manufacturing had some of the biggest gains.
U.S. employers added 155,000 jobs in November.
The U.S. economy is expected to have added 200,000 jobs in November.
Small business hiring bounces back.
After years of plunging sales and declining store traffic, Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last October.
Private sector employment increased by 179,000 jobs in November, according to the ADP National Employment report, missing analyst expectations of 195,000 jobs.
The automaker needs to stay nimble as technology becomes a bigger part of how Americans drive.
The Fed’s regional report on the economy shows some bright spots.