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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.
A new survey finds that about three in 10 workers probably would search for a job online or take a call from a recruiter while they are at work.
Got a cigarette habit? New research shows what's going up in smoke could be your earnings potential—unless you quit.
BlackRock is rolling out a new suite of indexes and funds which track the purchasing power of retirement income. Robert Kapito, BlackRock president and co-founder, and Chip Castille, head of BlackRock's 401k business, offer insight.
CNBC’s Rick Santelli previews the latest report from the U.S. Labor Department might tell us about the state of unemployment.
There is a shift toward the West Coast this year at the top of the America's Top Colleges list compiled by Forbes magazine. What's unchanged is the hefty price.
Almost two thirds of Americans plan to work during vacation this year, up from 52 percent a year ago, according to a new survey. Here's why.
No response to your email queries and reports? Try some of these tips for getting people to hit the "open" button.
A new survey counting the all-in cost of college—tuition, room and board, fees and pizza—has a surprising school in the No. 1 slot.
The latest jobs report showed that 8.2 million Americans are working part time for economic reasons. An additional 19 million are working part time for other reasons.
For many middle-class working mothers, climbing a career ladder is less of a concern than finding a job with flexible scheduling. The New York Times reports.
Its cars are among the world's fastest, but Ferrari, citing efficiency concerns, has told employees not to send group emails to more than three people.
Many companies now offer paid time off instead of a set number of vacation and sick days. It's easier for employers and workers, but can make it hard to hold on to unused time off.
New York's top court has upheld Starbucks' tip pool policies. Here's why it's tough for consumers to tell where their tips go.
Seven in 10 full-time employees aren't happy at work—leading to nearly $550 billion in lost productivity each year, but perks aren't the answer, according to a Gallup study.
Prenuptial agreements are common among the financial elite. Divorce settlements can be astronomical. But in some cases, prenups may make sense for the 99 percent.
From a Chicago police officer, to a lawyer in New York to a stripper in Dallas, the number of lawsuits by workers claiming they are do overtime and fair pay is skyrocketing in the U.S.
Whether a graduate is heading to a hot job or hunting for career gratification, these accoutrement will come in handy.
A study from Spectrem Group asked multi-millionaires about the factors that made them rich. Hard work ranked first, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Paul Swinand, Equity Analyst at Morningstar discusses why despite recent strong data, the Fed is likely to hold off on trimming stimulus next week.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Western firms are shedding jobs in China as growth in the mainland slows. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris explains.
OLYMPIA, Wash.-- State officials say that an estimated 25,000 unemployed workers in Washington state will lose their benefits at the end of the month.