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Industrial robots have had "large and robust negative effects" on employment and wages, a new paper shows according to Buzzfeed.
Chinese students are increasingly turning to Asia as H-1B visas for U.S. employment become hard to win.
South African President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Gordhan to return immediately from an investor roadshow to Britain and the U.S.
The Bank of England (BOE) will test the risks associated with sterling dropping by a further 32 percent from today's level to languish at a low of 85 cents by year-end.
The idea of a universal basic income is nothing new, but now more people are beginning to consider its feasibility in the U.S.
Accounting firm PwC says nearly a third of British jobs might be threatened by robots.
The president praised a 2015 plan by cable company Charter Communications to hire 20,000 American call center workers.
How college grads can make automation in the workplace work for them, says Futurist Dom Price.
Hans-Paul Bürkner, chairman of BCG, discussed Beijing's work to transition the economy away from manufacturing and exports.
Oil and gas professionals and the managers who hire them have differing ideas about how an industry recovery will play out, a survey shows.
The analysis comes as the House of Representatives is poised to vote on a bill to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Goldman estimates that every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment.
The outcome of a vote on U.S. health-care reform scheduled for Thursday evening is likely to be largely influenced by another vote in 18 months.
Lawmakers' letters on health care revealed untruths and misinformation, Vox reports.
President Donald Trump's labor nominee is also facing questions about how he would back up American workers when his record provides few clues.
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