Most millennial women think gender discrimination is still alive and well, but not necessarily in their own workplace, a new report finds.» Read More
A new survey from Beyond.com says most people were "disappointed with the jobs available and are waiting for the right one to come along."
More disgruntled workers are challenging the unpaid internship's fairness and legality. NBCNews.com reports.
If you don't like your new boss, it may not be your fault. Gen Y is moving into management in a big way, and a new survey finds a rough transition.
As U.S. factory jobs continue to vanish, many historically industrial areas are fading from blue-collar to white-collar towns, or in some cases, no collar at all.
The spike in part-time jobs is expected in an economy recovering from a deep recession, according to a new report. But what's unexpected is the age group that is taking those jobs.
As millions of Americans celebrate Labor Day by taking a day off from work, millions more have no job at all or have just stopped looking.
Nearly all Americans do work-related tasks in their personal time, and more than one-third work more than 10 hours off-the clock every week, a new survey reveals.
Chip Paucek, CEO of 2U, explains how he plans to revolutionize the education system by forming digital platform partnerships with major universities like Georgetown and Berkeley.
The investigation into whether JPMorgan Chase hired the children of powerful Chinese officials to help the bank win business is sending shudders through Wall Street.
Yes, it is all about "me me me" and kids today say, "You know what? That's not such a bad thing." Here's why.
Firing an employee in public might be gratifying for a boss, but it's not likely to rally the troops and may result in a lawsuit.
Employers say today's college grads don't have the skills for entry-level jobs. These college courses can help fill the gap and make recent grads better candidates.
As Americans are living longer, some people in their 50s and 60s are holding on to jobs longer while others are starting encore careers.
Are you sweating just thinking about a tough job interview? Here are the top 25 most difficult companies to interview with.
Being their own boss is easing the transition to retirement for some boomers. Ten percent of workers 45 to 74 plan to start a business, according to a recent survey by AARP.
Innovation, flexible hours and employee engagement are among the factors used by this year's winners of the Sloan Awards for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility.
In hard times, discretionary items are the first to get axed from the budget. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at the local florist market.
A new study shows those making $750,000 are the nation's top cash hoarders. CNBC's Robert Frank reports they are more interested in saving, than investing.
More and more people are looking for jobs while at work, and Seattle is trying to ban some "potentially offensive" words. CNBC's Jane Wells and Allison Linn, discuss.
A record number of 18- to 31-year-olds are living with their parents, and they're probably likely soon.
WASHINGTON, Dec 12- The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose sharply last week, reversing the prior three weeks declines, but a recent strengthening of the labor market likely remains intact. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits surged 68,000 to a seasonally adjusted 368,000, the Labor Department said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON-- The Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week. STEADY JOB GAINS: The decline in layoffs has coincided with a pickup in hiring. The Labor Department said Friday that employers added 203,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped to a five-year low of 7 percent.
A congressional budget proposal fails to provide federal funds for those who have run out of state benefits.