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A judge ruled that an Illinois law aimed at easing the state's huge unfunded pension liability is unconstitutional.
The president's immigration actions may actually worsen labor shortages that many industry groups hope reform will fix.
IBM went an unconventional route to hire new co-workers for its super-computing system Watson.
The Bronx has the highest unemployment rate in the state of New York. Here's what millennials there are doing about it, the GlobalPost reports.
Students are reading less complex books that don't prepare them for careers, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
In an ironic twist, Chinese companies are now investing in US manufacturing, says Miao Wang, director of the documentary "Made by China in America."
This is the most important indicator for the economy — and the equities market, says Michael Yoshikami.
Two childhood friends gave up the corporate life for something better: A career in coffee.
The Fed governor told CNBC on Monday he's watching very carefully for any signs of excesses in the markets due to near-zero interest rate policy.
The recent slide in oil prices is throwing another question mark into the saga surrounding the Keystone XL pipeline, with expected votes in the House and Senate.
In recruiting programmers from elite universities, Wall Street runs up against the idea that Silicon Valley is the technological promised land. NYT reports.
Both hires and separations increased in September, to 5.0 million and 4.8 million respectively, the Labor Department said.
Aspiring M&A bankers hoping to bank the bucks should angle for a job at Credit Suisse or Deutsche Bank, according to a salary benchmarking site.
South Korea invests massively in education, yet still faces high levels of youth unemployment due to a severe labor mismatch, experts say.
Spencer Lacey Ganus voiced teenage Elsa in the Disney film "Frozen" and was paid just $926.20.
Here's the most critical currency in today's global economy, says GE exec Raghu Krishnamoorthy.
Wall Street recruiters aim to hire military veterans in a bid to help them adapt to civilian life.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve president Charles Plosser dismissed concerns of a strong U.S. dollar, saying the Federal Reserve must focus on its mandate.
One Chick-fil-A manager has had it! He banned a list of slang words that employees are no longer allowed to use.
It's great to see companies hiring veterans but we also owe them more than just a job, says Matt Schuyler, chief human resources officer at Hilton.
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