• January's Unemployment Report: Snow Job Friday, 4 Feb 2011 | 4:36 PM ET

    The January employment report was a complete snow job. Abominable winter blizzards across the country caused 886,000 workers to report “not at work due to bad weather,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is 600,000 more than the normal 300,000 not at work for the average January of the past decade.

  • In addition to signaling slow growth in jobs, the unemployment  report reinforces the deep synergy between the Federal Reserve and the stock market.

  • US Economy 'Heading for a Wall': Stockman Friday, 4 Feb 2011 | 2:21 PM ET
    David Stockman

    The jobs numbers on Friday were a mixed bag with employment rose far less than expected in January, but the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since April 2009. But one former federal budget director thinks these numbers tell a different story.

  • What's On: Cairo, Jobs and Pro Athletes Gone Bust Friday, 4 Feb 2011 | 7:59 AM ET

    See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.

  • How Confident Are You in the Job Market? Friday, 4 Feb 2011 | 7:50 AM ET

    Share your opinion in today's poll.

  • Friday Look Ahead: January's Jobs Report Thursday, 3 Feb 2011 | 8:02 PM ET

    The economy could be close to adding a significant number of jobs, but they are not likely to show up in January's employment report, some economists say.

  • How to Get the Job You Want Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011 | 3:32 PM ET

    “If you job hunt like everyone else, you’ll wind up like everyone else," one career coach says. Here are some ways to set yourself apart — and get the job you want.

  • Egypt Youth Unemployment Was 'Time Bomb': IMF Head Tuesday, 1 Feb 2011 | 3:47 AM ET
    IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn

    Youth unemployment in Egypt and Tunisia was a ticking "time bomb", IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn told CNBC Tuesday, adding that he had warned of such a situation developing back in the summer.

  • Obama Hoping for 4% Growth: NEC's Sperling Monday, 31 Jan 2011 | 4:51 PM ET
    Gene B. Sperling, an American economist and political expert.

    The Obama administration is hoping that the US economy will grow 4 percent this year, leading to a fall in unemployment , Gene Sperling, director of the National Economic Council, told CNBC Monday.

  • Are Your Investments Up, Down or Flat? Monday, 31 Jan 2011 | 8:33 AM ET

    Share your opinion in today's poll.

  • Greenberg: Monster CEO Fires Back Friday, 28 Jan 2011 | 11:59 AM ET

    Monster CEO is responding to a report by CNBC that some companies are frequently using social networking sites to recruit and hire workers, which poses a potential threat to Monster's business.

  • What's On: Oil Sector, 'Correction Protection' and Jobs Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 10:56 PM ET

    See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.

  • Do Online Job Search Sites Work? Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 10:45 PM ET

    Share your opinion in today's poll.

  • Cool Perks for Going Green Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 6:17 PM ET
    Companies and cities are offering so many rewards for people who do green things, you'll no longer feel like a hippy for going green, you'll feel like a VIP! As you go through your day doing green things, you may be handed free breakfast, cash and other VIP swag. In some places they’re starting to offer special driving and parking privileges. Heck, one Olympic town is so serious about their green, they’ll give you a gold medal! "Incentivizing green behaviors is one of the most effective ways to

    Companies and cities are offering so many rewards for people who do green things, you'll no longer feel like a hippy for going green, you'll feel like a VIP! Check out some of the coolest perks for going green.

  • Egyptian Stocks Tumble; Protests Turn Violent Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 4:29 PM ET
    Egyptian demonstrators hold up placards during a protest in central Cairo to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms.

    Egypt's benchmark index recorded its biggest drop in over two years Thursday, plummeting more than 10 percent as anti-government protests rattled investor confidence and left Hosni Mubarak's regime facing its most serious challenge in years.

  • The Blame Game: How Officials Explain Poor Data Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 11:46 AM ET

    As snow blankets the Northeast, the "Fast Money" traders consider whether the cold is throwing off economic figures.

  • View from Davos: The West Isn't Working Thursday, 27 Jan 2011 | 5:13 AM ET

    At the World Economic Forum in Davos, CNBC held a keynote session asking if the rise of the East is assured and what that will mean for the jobs market in America and Europe.

  • The Best Jobs Outside the Cubicle Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011 | 6:12 PM ET
    The winter blahs are starting to set in, leaving many a cubicle dweller staring longingly beyond the grey half walls that surround them on three sides, wondering what else is out there. In fact, there are quite a few cool and in-demand jobs outside the cubicle. Some capitalize on the demand for health care as Baby Boomers come of age, while others capitalize on the trends in technology and social media. Whatever the reason, these jobs aren’t bound by Dilbert-onian rules. “I think many people sec

    There are quite a few jobs in demand right now that don't involve being walled in like Dilbert. Here are a dozen of the coolest jobs outside the cubicle.

  • US Must Grow Out of Deficit, Not Cut: AFL-CIO President Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011 | 2:55 PM ET
    Richard Trumka in Davos

    President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday night highlighted the need for common or shared sacrifice. One of the ways American workers may be asked to share in on there sacrifices is perhaps to cut back on some of there benefits.

  • CNBC Debate: Boost Jobs by Education, Entrepreneurs Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011 | 8:31 AM ET
    Davos 2011 - A CNBC Special Report

    A focus by countries on developing a skilled workforce through improvements in education is necessary, according to participants in a CNBC debate at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.