The imaginary recession of 2019 is over.
The imaginary recession of 2019 is over.
Job creation has cooled off in the second half of 2019 even as unemployment has remained near multi-decade lows.
New York City’s restaurants are feeling the pinch of a $15 minimum wage hike, cutting staff hours and closing restaurants to make ends meet.
After President Trump’s bipartisan expansion of GI Bill benefits in 2017, the hopes of our country’s troops look brighter than ever.
Manufacturing job openings jumped to 522,000 from 515,000 in the prior month, the Department of Labor said Tuesday.
African American unemployment fell to the lowest level on record.
Job openings and hires in the manufacturing sector remain elevated despite trade tensions. Factory layoffs remain very low.
At the first night of this week’s Democratic presidential debates, candidate Pete Buttigieg claimed it was anti-Christian not to drastically raise the minimum wage.
Economists surveyed by Econoday had forecast a gain of 151,000 for July.
Official figures show that average earnings in the U.K. increased in the three months to April while unemployment remained at its lowest level since the end of 1974.
Economists had estimated that the economy would add 180,000 to nonfarm payrolls in April.
Former Vice President Joe Biden officially kicked off his 2020 presidential campaign last month, but part of his populist message borrows from a theme sparked by Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio.
Nearly all new jobs created in the United Kingdom since the 2016 European Union (EU) membership referendum have gone to British workers, a distinct change from the period before the vote when nearly half went to EU migrants.
U.S. business leaders are pleading for more imported white-collar workers — but they are asking for fewer H-1B visa workers than they sought in 2015 and 2016.
The United Kingdom’s unemployment rate has fallen to a 45-year low, according to a report released Tuesday.
Job growth picked up in March after a dismal February.
The Moody’s/ADP report on private payrolls shows that the jobs slump may have continued into March.
EU nations have been told to bring in measures promoting ethnic minorities in the workplace, to ensure the bloc has “the diversity Europe needs to remain relevant” in a global economy.Institutions including the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Amazon will reportedly shut down all of its pop-up retail stores in the United States by the end of April.
The job engine stalled in February after booming in December and January.|
America does not need to import more workers. There are still millions of working age Americans left out of the workforce.
Economists had expected jobless claims to fall to 225,000. Instead, they fell all the way down to 216,000.
Bloomberg published an article on Monday detailing an Apple “black site” for contractors in Cupertino, California, where workers are allegedly treated as “inferior” to the permanent Apple employees at the Big Tech giant’s new HQ.
Recently laid-off BuzzFeed employees, along with those still at the company, are demanding that the company pay them earned Paid Time Off (PTO), after it was alleged that only employees in California were being paid out for the benefits they had earned when laid off.
Because a law signed last week guarantees furloughed workers will be paid, they will not be counted as unemployed even if they are not working.
Earnings are up and UK employment and job vacancies are as record highs at the UK experiences its lowest net EU migration since 2012.
More Britons are in paid work and wages have grown at their highest rate in a decade, according to government figures.
The UK has seen wage growth hit a ten-year high while there has been a record fall of migrant workers from the European Union, signalling employers are adjusting salaries in preparation for an end to cheap, unlimited labour when Britain leaves the bloc.
The Swedish Employment Service is facing heavy criticism over a new optimistic report on the employment of new migrants, with critics pointing out that the only growth has been in jobs heavily subsidized by the government.
The American labor market is stronger than it has been for generations.