The U.S. economy continued to put Americans back to work last month. But the pace of job growth slowed and the fastest hiring is coming from some of the worst-paying industries. » Read More
The CME Group FedWatch probability for June rate hike fell after the April jobs report missed estimates.
Despite the weaker-than-expected jobs report, the nation's labor market should be at full employment by November, Moody's Mark Zandi tells CNBC.
The U.S. economy created 160,000 jobs in April, lower than economist expectations while the unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for how securities perform on jobs report days.
The Labor Department said that the unemployment rate remained at 5 percent in April. But does that tell the whole story?
Hiring was expected to have continued at a strong pace in April, even as the economy grows at a sluggish pace.
Millennials are increasingly spending money on novel, experience-driven events, leaving established retailers scrambling to adapt.
Bored at work? You could always try suing your employer. That's what Frédéric Desnard, a 44-year-old Parisian worker, has done.
Layoffs by U.S.-based companies accelerated in April, sending year-to-date job cuts to the highest level since 2009.
Markets are already fixated on Friday's jobs report amid concerns economic growth is just not strong enough.
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Private job creation slowed even further last month as firms added just 156,000 jobs in April, ADP said in a Wednesday report.
Silicon Valley job seekers are asking tough questions about startup revenue, funding and burn rate.
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Higher minimum wages will cause Sonic franchisees to raise prices but not necessarily cut jobs, CEO Cliff Hudson says.
Is your 401(k) retirement plan worth going to court over? More employees are doing just that.
Don't be afraid to consider a new career path. Plenty of people are making the move.
The Large Hadron Collider, a 17-mile-long particle accelerator, experienced issues after a small animal chewed through a power cable, NPR said.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is offering little in the way of reassurance about "very slow" economic growth.
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