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Goldman estimates that every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment. » Read More
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The outcome of a vote on U.S. health-care reform scheduled for Thursday evening is likely to be largely influenced by another vote in 18 months. » Read More
Lawmakers' letters on health care revealed untruths and misinformation, Vox reports.
President Donald Trump's labor nominee is also facing questions about how he would back up American workers when his record provides few clues.
About 2.5 million U.S. jobs are directly dependent on visiting foreign tourists, Sorenson tells CNBC.
The pay gap between men and women is likely to persist, as some business leaders do not see it as an issue, according to a survey.
Google is to hire more staff and develop new AI tools to improve its ability to review “questionable content” after an advertising clash.
Like it or not, lawyers will not soon be Silicon Valley's next victim, New York Times reports.
President Trump's goals to reduce imports and boost manufacturing may run into snags in the web of trade flows.
The U.S. technology industry has been much maligned for its treatment of women.
The number of jobs available within the City of London has shrunk by 23% ahead of the U.K's exit negotiations with the European Union.
Interviews with ship builders, unions, and a review of public and internal documents show major obstacles to President Trump's plan.
Monthly job openings were at 5.6 million on the last business day in January, the Labor Department says.
Trudeau said the Clinton-era agreement had "led to a lot of great jobs for a whole lot of people on both sides of the border."
Australia's jobless rate climbed to a 13-month high in February and employment unexpectedly fell.
Interest rates still don't match the U.S.' economic performance, and that means there could be danger ahead, David Kelly said.
The Fed raised rates again, but the actions by two other central banks are the most important thing to watch right now, Bill Gross said.
The goal remains additional hikes, but the Fed is keeping its options open, says Lindsey Piegza.
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