CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how President Trump's vow to rebuild America's military bodes well for one of the nation's largest shipbuilders.
One of Trump's priorities is to expand the Navy. That likely means more jobs for shipbuilders after years of stagnation.
Huntington Ingalls is investing in new hires with its apprenticeship programs to help them prepare for a lifetime career. Jeffery Cofer is one of the apprentices accepted into the company's pipefitter apprentice program after having served with the National Guard in Iraq in 2011.
Unfilled positions account for more than $272 billion in salaries.
With Trump's infrastructure plans, the construction industry is hoping to build on the 1.6 million jobs it has added in six years.
CNBC's Kate Rogers checks out job opportunities in The Pelican State.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is looking for more than 1,700 new federal agents. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to the Border Patrol Academy in New Mexico to see what new recruits will have to tackle from fitness tests and combat training, to off-road driving.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports from El Paso, Texas where border security needs immediate manpower to help process more than one million people entering the country.
As the Trump era promises more focus on border issues, the Border Patrol has ambitious goals to hire 1,700 more agents this year.
A 2013 Oxford University study predicts that technology could displace nearly half of American jobs.
Cirque du Soleil is looking to expand its job ranks for new and existing shows.
In the third presidential debate, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answers questions on the economy.
The U.S. Secret Service is looking to hire 1,200 recruits through the end of 2017. CNBC's Kate Rogers finds out what it takes to serve.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on where today's jobs are, from Salt Lake City, Utah.
The video-game industry, seeking more diversity, is turning to women who are taking advantage of some unique training programs.
Lawmakers' letters on health care revealed untruths and misinformation, Vox reports.
Trump's labor nominee also faces questions about how he would back American workers when his record provides few clues.
About 2.5 million U.S. jobs are directly dependent on visiting foreign tourists, Sorenson tells CNBC.