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Australia adds 60,900 jobs in March, reversing the previous month's 6,400 fall and beating Reuters forecast of 20,000 additions.
The tech and business consulting industries have the highest paying jobs in America, USA Today reports.
The central bank's plans to begin trimming its $4.5 trillion balance sheet as soon as this year do not alter his view of the appropriate rate hike path.
Women mostly fear retaliation for reporting harassment, and with good reason, New York Times reports.
Sixty-five percent of Americans over 65 said in a recent survey that they'll keep working to supplement income, USA Today reports.
Employment levels in the world’s most developed economies are yet to return to pre-crisis norms, despite displaying “stable” growth, according to the OECD.
Google has refuted claims that it systematically underpays female employees by revealing its gender “blind” approach to remuneration calculations.
Machines are increasingly taking over menial factory work on the mainland, the SCMP reports.
Is gender equity really improving, or is the technology industry just measuring different things?
If we want to keep up job growth, it has to start in the classroom, says former Delaware Governor Jack Markell.
Something strange happened on the way to the unemployment line in March.
A combination of a cold March and struggling department stores led to a sharp fall in retail jobs, economist Diane Swonk tells CNBC.
Companies with low value per employee ratios are more at risk as wages rise.
After months of steady growth, the pace of hiring stumbled in March as retailers shed more jobs.
The gain of just 98,000 jobs masks new signs of labor market strength, but it also ends some hopes for an economic breakout.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro searched for how securities perform after a weak jobs report.
Foes of higher wages can't stop the momentum in the Fight for $15, says NELP general counsel Paul Sonn.
The unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent in March, the Labor Department said Friday. But that ignores information just below the surface.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari tells CNBC those capital requirements would basically address the "too big to fail" problem.
Economists expect to see 180,000 new jobs for March, a strong report with strength in manufacturing but some impact from bad weather.
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