Companies added 190,000 jobs to close out the summer, better than July's downward-revised 177,000 but below anticipation for 201,000 new positions.» Read More
The unemployment rate remained flat at 5.3 percent, while labor force participation rate was unchanged.
A new analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York finds a far smaller gap between women and men among recent grads. The Fiscal Times reports.
The solid jobs growth for last month gives the Fed little reason not to raise interest rates next months, market watchers tell CNBC.
The Labor Department said Friday the unemployment rate remained at 5.3 percent in July, but does that tell the real story?
The need to secure the data cybercriminals are after will create 6 million cybersecurity jobs by 2019, says Symantec.
The number of jobs probably rose at a healthy pace in July, providing signs of an improving economy that could allow the Fed to raise rates.
JPMorgan Chase will move more than 2,100 jobs from Manhattan to New Jersey to benefit from an incentive program offered by the state of New Jersey.
If you think it's difficult for women at work, it's even harder for multicultural women, says Subha Barry.
U.S private employers added 185,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, in a sign that job growth has moderated since the beginning of the year.
The Fed governor tells CNBC the labor market is strong, but he has not made up his mind yet on whether interest rates should be raised next month.
Brands are everything to retailers, and Alibaba has found one that should do wonders for its marketability: Goldman Sachs.
Puerto Rico's job base continues to shrink, taking its economy along with it.
The small business sector continued to see slow but steady jobs growth in July, according to a new survey.
Consumer confidence will get a boost when the Fed increases interest rates for the first time in nine years, AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
The stock market could be poised for up to a 10 percent decline as this happens, strategist Russ Koesterich tells CNBC.
Once the epitome of cheap mass manufacturing, textile producers from formerly low-cost nations are setting up shop in America, the NYT reports.
The JOBS Act crowdfunding rule is long past due and companies are withering while they wait, says Eric Cantor.
With inflation still under 2 percent and likely to stay that way, the odds of a Fed rate hike this year are very slim, Dennis Gartman said.
An LA union wants to be exempt from the $15 minimum wage it supports. How unions and cities are flexing their power in the wage fight.
Consumer reluctance to really spend money continues to hold back the economy, economist Stephen Roach tells CNBC.