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"We think we're close to a bottom in the oil field services cycle," Kurt Hallead of RBC Capital Markets said.
Salaries for lawyers starting out have remained flat, with an annual pay of $160,000, The New York Times reports.
Oil equipment provider Schlumberger on Thursday said it would cut an additional 11,000 jobs, which brings the total number of cuts to 20,000.
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Amid a slowing economy and wobbly market, investors have tamped down expectations for when the Fed will hike rates. They may have further to go.
The pain created by low interest rates is misunderstood and not talked about enough, BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink tells CNBC.
Thomas Terry has the "Best Job of 2015." And you know what question he gets asked all the time? "How long am I going to live?"
Some people complain about the so-called golden handcuffs of working in finance. Forrest Xiao broke free.
McDonald's franchise employees who were denied recent pay raises have joined hundreds of fast food workers to call for a $15 federal minimum wage.
Toyota is joining other major automakers and turning to this Latin country to build and export vehicles.
The fight to redefine a McJob is heating up.
Median compensation for U.S. CEOs rose nearly 13 percent in 2014, mainly driven by increases in pension value.
H-1B visa application for fiscal 2016 rose to record highs, according to government figures.
Taxpayers are providing support to the poor as well as huge subsidy for employers of low-wage workers, the NYT reports.
As the job market improves, risk is receding that a setback could derail the recovery once the Fed raises rates, the San Francisco Fed president said.
One Spanish region may call time on the country’s famous siesta and switch to a more condensed Northern European/American-style work schedule.
U.S. H-1B visas for temporary skilled workers are in high demand, but expanding the program won't solve the problem, experts said.
As mine safety regulation grows stricter, one Pennsylvania-based company is forced to move some Amish workers from their posts.
Despite a strong job market, many Americans still feel that the economic recovery has not really taken hold for them. The Fiscal Times reports.
While the Fed contemplates boosting rates, former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC policymakers should be more concerned about acting too early than too late.