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Economists expected the ADP report to show that private payrolls grew by 185,000 in May from the initially reported 177,000 in April.
"This action will help maintain more stable production and provide the smallest impact to plant employment going forward," GM says.
Job reductions in May jumped by 41 percent from April, the Challenger report says.
Hiring in May was 6.2 percent higher than in April, a LinkedIn report says.
The U.S. economy is growing at a steady, if sluggish, pace according to the Federal Reserve's latest survey.
Just over four months into his administration, Trump has lagged far behind his recent predecessors in nominating executive branch officials.
The Times could turn to layoffs if there are not enough volunteers for buyouts, according to a memo from editors.
America's largest workforce would consider a salary cut to get the really important stuff: flexible hours, job security and promotions.
Amateur sleuths can apply to become detectives with London's Metropolitan police, without even needing experience as a police officer.
The Small Business Jobs Index decreased 0.16 percent from the previous month to 100.34.
Japan reported a higher than expected gain in retail sales for April, but weaker than expected household spending and steady unemployment.
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U.S. economic growth slowed less sharply in the first quarter than initially thought, but the weakness was likely an aberration amid a strong labor market that is near full employment.
The Federal Reserve will be very measured in reducing its balance sheet, but will likely not double-tighten, Danielle DiMartino Booth said.
Donald Trump's budget needs 3 percent economic growth to work. But the labor force is shrinking, and his policies ignore the problem.
Even if you've never saved, entering your 50s offers certain opportunities you should seize to begin preparing for your golden years.
Fields largely crafted the "Way Forward" plan that let Ford avoid the bankruptcies unlike its Big Three rivals, NBC reports.
Little progress is being made in representing women in senior IT leadership roles, according to a global survey of CIOs.
When autonomous vehicle saturation peaks, U.S. drivers could see job losses at a rate of 300,000 a year, Goldman Sachs Economics Research says.
An executive from an old furniture company won't save Ford, writes Breakingviews' Rob Cox.
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