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The Labor Department will report its latest figures on hiring and unemployment. This is what you should watch for.
Stretching almost a quarter of a mile across a nearly 600-foot deep chasm in China's Hunan province, is Haohan Qiao, a glass-bottomed bridge.
Notetaking app Evernote announced on Wednesday the layoff of 47 employees, as well as the closure of three of its global offices.
Big layoff announcements like those seen in September historically signal the end of an expansion, John Challenger said.
Temporary work visas were designed to import specialized skills — not move jobs overseas. The New York Times reports.
Current labor laws are outdated and weak, says former NLRB Chair Wilma Liebman. It's time to strengthen them now by passing the Wage Act.
Private companies topped expectations for job creation in September, adding 200,000 new positions thanks in part to a boost from large companies.
Restaurants led the way for franchisees, adding 25,190 jobs this month, ADP said.
Countries across the world are suffering from a shortfall in productivity growth that is sapping economic expansion, according to the World Economic Forum.
Chesapeake Energy said on Tuesday it has cut about 15 percent of its workforce, as depressed oil and gas prices force deeper cost cutting.
Manufacturing used to be a ticket to the middle class, but not anymore, says Alan Amos, which is why I decided to join the union.
Gender equality and women's rights remain a tricky issue in modern China, and for international relations.
A growing list start-ups have been hit with complaints in California over the employee status of contract workers.
Executives should learn from Volkswagen and the peanut CEO about the right — and the wrong — way to apologize, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Caterpillar also lowered its guidance for 2015, saying expected sales and revenues are now $1 billion lower than previous estimates.
Ex-GE chief Jack Welch says Volkswagen officials responsible for emissions rigging should be punished. He also weighed in on the Fed rate guessing-game.
PricewaterhouseCoopers hopes to set the company apart in the recruitment process with this new benefit, USA Today reports.
Conservatism and Republicans must change with the times, and recognize solutions that worked for the Gipper don't resonate today.
The St. Louis Fed chief told CNBC the decision to leave rates unchanged last week was a "close call."
GE's Jeff Immelt said more jobs are likely to move overseas from the U.S. unless its government changes policy on its Export-Import Bank.