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Job openings rose to 5.1 million in February and beat estimates, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday.
What the Federal Reserve is likely to do with interest rates is not what it should do, former Pimco co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Closely followed market watcher Jim Grant disputes the argument that there's no harm in the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates near zero percent.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
JPMorgan Funds' David Kelly said there's no need to overreact to one miss on jobs.
Leading labor economist Ed Lazear tells CNBC, "The reason I pay a little bit more attention to this one, it's not just one month."
The Fed is putting a wrench in how markets should be working by continuing to keep interest rates so low, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management's David Darst tells CNBC.
The sputtering U.S. economy created just 126,000 jobs in March as bad weather, weak consumer spending and flailing corporate profits resulted in the worst report since 2013.
The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate hit 5.5 percent in March, but does that rate tell the real story?
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The jobs report hits markets Friday when only bonds and futures markets are open in the U.S. with the stock market closed for Good Friday.
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Analyst Komal Sri-Kumar predicts "significantly worse than 295,000" while wages are not increasing much.
As McDonald's plans a pay raise for 10 percent of its U.S. restaurants, will the move extend to its individually-owned franchises?
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the U.S. economic data simply do not make sense.
A great jobs number could be awful for stocks, says David Seaburg of Cowen & Co.
Many legal jobs of the past are gone forever, but signs of life in the legal job market are visible, reports The New York Times.
The move will not apply to workers at franchisee-owned restaurants, which make up 90 percent of U.S. stores.
Tradingnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon shorts the Australian dollar ETF as a way to play lower commodity prices, a high U.S. dollar and interest rates.
Private business job creation decelerated in March as an economic slowdown put a dent in activity.