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Silicon Valley is offering astronomical salaries and benefits packages to woo young, talented interns. At Facebook, for example, the median monthly pay is $8,000, or $96,000 annually — nearly double the average annual base salary for the US worker.
The jobless claims report pointed to still strong labor market conditions, though the pace of job growth has slowed after last year's robust gains.
Many people approaching retirement age today are heavily invested in stocks, potentially leaving their savings vulnerable to the next recession.
Sales of Ford's large SUVs are a bright spot for a company that has had to make some cuts.
"We're just another option. [NCAA] has ... a traditional model in place, but we don't feel that that model is equitable and fair," Historical Basketball League COO David West says.
British outsourcer Interserve is on the brink of collapse after its shareholders rejected a rescue plan.
A new study by CareerBuilder shows that 4 out of 5 employers say soft skills are equal to or more important than hard skills when they are hiring candidates.
Japanese automaker Toyota is upping its investment in the U.S. by 30 percent to $13 billion by 2021, the company said Thursday.
Jason Edwards, a communications professor, learned he didn't qualify for public service loan forgiveness. That was just the beginning of his journey.
The clock is ticking on tax refunds from 2015. More than 1 million taxpayers are owed money from the IRS and still haven't collected. Here's what you should know.
The jobless data suggested the labor market was slowing, but probably not to the extent implied by a near-stall in job growth in February.
There's "a very real risk" the national economy will skid into a recession in late 2020 after the current expansion that began a decade ago, the UCLA Anderson Forecast announced Wednesday.
It's the first time during an economic recovery that began in mid-2009 that the bottom half of earners are benefiting more than the top half — in fact, about twice as much.
Making sure people have jobs is a growing worry for the Chinese government as it tries to manage a slowing economy and clinch a trade deal with its biggest trade partner.
If you are on the job hunt, your interpersonal skills rather than your technical training might ultimately be what gets you hired.
President Donald Trump's vow to revive the coal industry may not have come to pass, but miners have at least halted the plunge in employment.