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Economists cut their forecasts for US economic growth in the second quarter and full year, and trimmed expectations for labor market gains.
U.S. consumer sentiment dropped in May and missed expectations of an uptick, according to a report released on Friday.
Senate alters voting procedure on trade deal to please both sides of the aisle.
Facebook unveiled new standards for contracted workers at its vendors including a $15 minimum wage and paid time off.
Dick Grasso, former head of the New York Stock Exchange, tells CNBC he's concerned about how the central bank plans to reduce its $4.4 trillion balance sheet.
The economic environment is changing and it could be time for the Fed to test the rate-hike waters, says Ron Insana.
The U.S. labor market added 5 million jobs in March, slightly lower than the previous month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.
The website CareerCast identified the top jobs for those without a college degree, giving the salaries and hiring outlook.
If you remember one thing from that engineer who posted on Quora about job offers from Uber and Zenefits — remember this.
The job growth in April is a sign of a labor market recovery with more full-time and higher-paying positions, USA Today reports.
Tiens Group is treating more than half of its workers to a four-day trip in France, The Guardian reported.
The data on sluggish national wages mask big gains and losses around the country, a CNBC analysis finds.
An anonymous job seeker learned the hard way what you should and should not say online about a prospective employer.
Despite strong job creation data for April, wage numbers are still weak and point to an economy that is still wobbling, economist Diane Swonk says.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said investors looking to own a blue-chip stock should consider investing in McDonald's, and here's why.
The 223k jobs created in April was weaker than the 2014 average. And that puts the Fed in a tough spot, says economist Peter Morici.
Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen says the April jobs report was not as strong as it appeared. But BofA Merrill Lynch's Ethan Harris disagrees.
The U.S. economy created 223,000 jobs in April, bouncing back from a sluggish period the first three months of the year.
The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate hit 5.4 percent in April, but does that rate tell the real story?
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