To get hired you will need to be approved by both algorithms and humans, according to ZipRecruiter CEO Ian Siegel. Here are some things he says will get you rejected by both.
One key to getting a job is timing, according to ZipRecruiter CEO Ian Siegel. ZipRecruiter has helped more than 120 million job seekers look for work online.
December graduates are facing the hottest job market in years. Here's how to navigate it.
Vermont has a labor problem — its workforce is one of the oldest in the nation, and it's dwindling. It has a plan to combat the decline.
In an already tight labor market, businesses find fewer teens available for summer jobs, as students juggle work with classes and sports.
Some fields are experiencing explosive growth in remote positions.
Hoping to land one of Amazon's new jobs? CNBC talked with former recruiters at the e-commerce giant about what candidates should expect.
An injury or medical condition could take you out of the workforce. Preparing ahead can help ensure you and your family are ready.
The gender pay gap is most pronounced among financial managers, physicians and surgeons, according to a report from the American Association of University Women.
Hiring managers spill about bad hiring experiences, from drunken interviews to missing staffers.
Some industries, such as medicine and law, now allow for off-site workers.
Younger workers, job searchers with more years of education and men are likelier to relocate for a new job.
With security lines at all-time highs, the Transportation Security Administration has to recruit more airport security officers.
This app brings modern convenience to babysitting and can save you time and money
CNBC analyzed the cumulative job growth in each industry since the president's November 2016 election to help gauge which industries are growing at the fastest pace.
Work is keeping more people up at night. Here's how to keep focused on sleep.
Hollywood needs quite a few producers, directors, audio and video technicians, and film and video editors in the next four years.
The Houston Police Department is short as many as 2,000 officers.
Such a tight labor market makes finding skilled workers tougher in manufacturing and other industries.
Finding workers with the right skills for virtual or augmented reality can be a challenge.
Analysis indicates that gains are still in the 3.25%-3.5% range, and should be around the latter number by the end of the year.
Small businesses and startups have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they can offer employees. Thanks to a crew of fintech firms, that's changing.
Walmart is testing a slightly higher minimum wage in a few hundred of its stores, as it rolls out a new model for managing workflow.