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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week to near a 43-year low, amid a further tightening of the labor market that could eventually spur faster wage growth.
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The factory is not new — it has been in the works for several years, Krzanich said.
The investment would be in a previous plant, Fab 42, that was started and then left vacant.
Economist expected job openings in December to hit 5.55 million, according to Thomson Reuters.
Employees from Facebook, Apple and Google will gather on March 14, USA Today reports.
In the latest episode of the CNBC Conversation, CNBC’s Carolin Roth sits down with Credit Suisse's CEO, Tidjane Thiam.
President Trump is "perceived by many to be a loose cannon," says one analyst, and that's expected to continue to be a positive for gold.
Some tech workers say visas designed to give America the competitive edge are instead siphoning jobs overseas, The New York Times reports.
Don't let this news scare you from haggling with a car dealer, NBC New reports.
Japanese wages, on an annual inflation-adjusted basis, dropped in December for the first time in a year.
Goldman's Jan Hatzius shares his views on Trump's policy agenda in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The very promise of America that saved my parents' lives is at stake, says Reshma Saujani, the CEO of Girls Who Code.
A broad review of the available economic data shows that the overall health of U.S. employment is better than it's been in decades.
Headline jobs number impressed, but this key age group lost ground, says Peter Boockvar.
The Labor Department said Friday that the nation's unemployment rate rose to 4.8 percent. But there's a lot more to the story.
Nonfarm payrolls grew by 227,000 in January while the unemployment rate edged higher to 4.8 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday.
With Trump's infrastructure plans, the construction industry is hoping to build on the 1.6 million jobs it has added in six years.
Friday marks the first monthly jobs report of the Trump presidency, and there are a few reasons to think it'll be good.
The Defense Department on Thursday issued 16-point exemption list to President Donald Trump's broad federal hiring freeze.
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