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The cooking star plans to launch Internet network in September, USA Today reports.
The federal workforce is getting older, and that may spell trouble for the government.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports endowment chief at Harvard, Jane Mendillo, is stepping down. The "Closing Bell" panel discusses the shift.
Most employers across the globe forecast they’ll hire fewer people in the third quarter of this year, a survey from Manpower found.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides insight to controversy about jobs data.
Most professional men place an incredible value on paternity leave, according to two new studies. Why are some men so reluctant to take it?
Competition for top talent in Silicon Valley is red hot. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports what some start-ups are offering to attract some of the best engineers and developers in the tech industry, including free room and board.
CNBC's Josh Lipton shares video of how some start-ups are recruiting employees with multiple perks and getting them to stay at the office longer.
The rules are simple. Keep things light. Remember to congratulate the graduates. And if you can do it from space—as one speaker did—that helps, too.
Recruiters say these kinds of perks help start-ups attract talent. But there's another motive.
From the khakis guy to the too-casual guy, here are some stereotypes to avoid on casual Fridays this summer on Wall Street.
Hiring for two new SCE&G reactors underscores the need for replacing retiring nuclear workers in next several years.
There has been a sharp jump in the number of fathers who say they are at home primarily to take care of their families. Here's why.
If you fit into the culture of a company, you got the job, explains Dan Schawbel, Millennial Branding founder. He shares his best advice for college graduates on the job hunt, including having a positive attitude.
Getting a few more hours of work out of employees may seem like a great deal for companies. But it can also be counterproductive.
Manufacturing has the best benefits in 2014 out of six industries in the percentage of employees offered basic benefits, Aflac says.
Successful women are stigmatized as “abrasive, difficult and demanding,” Arianna Huffington told CNBC on Monday.
U.K. employers are planning a hefty uptick in graduate recruitment this summer, with financial firms leading the way.
For Wall Street interns, the most important job is to get the lunch order right. Seriously. Tips from a former managing director.
Discussing which businesses are recruiting college students, with Kathy Sims, UCLA career director; James Maclaren, Tulane University dean; and Geni Harclerode, University of Michigan career director.