No sign of the widely predicted Tariffmageddon.
No sign of the widely predicted Tariffmageddon.
November job creation.
A plan to massively expand the importation of low-skilled foreign workers to the United States would allow American businesses to hire an unlimited number of foreigners instead of American citizens.
President Trump is celebrating plans for a new American steel mill that is set to create hundreds of high-paying U.S. jobs in the southwest.
Job losses in Michigan, Ohio, and Maryland.
Free trade economists’ claims for months that the United States would be crippled by President Trump’s tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese products have been debunked by new research that shows it is China paying for the tariffs, not the U.S.
Caravan migrants in Mexico told the Dallas News they are migrating towards blue-collar jobs in the United States.
The United States’ trade deficit with China has eliminated jobs for Americans in all 50 states and every congressional district, new research reveals.
The United States has not seen an October this strong for manufacturing employment since before the turn of the century.
The American labor market is stronger than it has been for generations.
The Democratic Party is refusing to help fix to the migrant-caravan crisis because they increasingly hate President Donald Trump and his lower-immigration policies, says the Atlantic magazine.
Harley-Davidson, the iconic American motorcycle company, has suffered a 13 percent drop in sales following executives’ recent feud with President Trump over keeping U.S. jobs in the country.
Likely American voters are vastly more interested in putting new tariffs on foreign countries than implementing new free trade deals.
Attorney Sara Blackwell — who represents American workers who are having their jobs threatened by outsourcing — says President Trump can implement a “virtual wall” to end multinational corporations’ business model of offshoring U.S. jobs to foreign countries.
The federal government should stop enforcing repatriation laws against illegal migrants who have jobs, Ohio Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown said in a TV debate with his GOP opponent, former Rep. Jim Renacci.
The most job openings ever. And for the fifth month in a row, more jobs than unemployed workers.
Although September’s figure came in lower than expected, huge revisions for August and July indicate the labor market is thriving in the United States.
Economists had expected just 185,000 private jobs in September. Instead, the economy added 230,000.
GE Appliances announced Monday that it would be bringing 400 jobs and $200 million in investments to Louisville, Kentucky, to expand its existing dishwasher and laundry machine manufacturing facilities.
The executives of Ford Motor Company admit that President Trump’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum will be absorbed by the multinational corporation, rather than passed onto consumers as critics have claimed.
Record lows indicate that tariffs are not costing jobs for American workers.
President Donald Trump mocked an old quote from former President Barack Obama on Monday, joking that he must have found a “magic wand” for economic growth.
President Donald Trump has shifted the economy so that once-disregarded blue-collar manufacturing workers are now recovering jobs faster than coastal service-sector employees, the Washington Post acknowledged Sunday.
August employment and wage growth beat expectations as the labor market bounced back from a soft July.
A bigger share of working-age Americans have jobs than any time in the last decade.
It was a very good month for jobs.
“Tariffs have yet to materially impact jobs,” the chief economist of Moody’s Analytics said.
The number of employees working in the news media has declined 23 percent over the past decade, according to a Pew Research Center study released Monday.
Trump’s daughter was the first to speak after the president, moving from her usual seat behind the cabinet officials to the front of the room to highlight efforts by each cabinet member in the administration to participate in the task force.
Economists had expected the economy to add 190,000 jobs and the unemployment rate to hold steady.
Over the past year, America’s private sector has added an average of 190,000 new jobs. That blistering pace of hiring is nearly double the rate of growth of the workforce, pushing unemployment down and then down some more.
Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett said he remains optimistic about the state of the U.S. economy in the coming years as the economy experiences a boom under the Trump administration.
The number of job openings for Americans has surged to the highest level ever recorded by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, newly released economic data reveals.
President Donald J. Trump’s holistic approach to the economy is designed to help the working class “forgotten man” in America’s heartland, not the coastal elites, his son, Donald Trump Jr., said this weekend in an exclusive interview on Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125.
A Gallup poll shows a record 67 percent of Americans believe it is good time to find good jobs, upping marketplace pressure on employers to raise wages in the run-up to the November election.