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The U.S. economy created 228,000 jobs in November while the unemployment rate held steady at 4.1 percent, according to the Labor Department.
Education and health care had the largest net job gain last month, the Labor Department says.
First-time claims for benefits were expected to total 240,000 for the most recent week, up from the 238,000 claims reported the week before.
Seasonally adjusted hiring, however, was 2.2 percent lower than in October, LinkedIn says.
GE announced it was axing 12,000 jobs at its global power business.
The surprisingly weak revised data suggests that inflation could remain benign for a while.
Companies added 190,000 in November as the economy returned to normal following the hurricane season, according to ADP and Moody's Analytics.
American Gambling Association CEO Geoff Freeman anticipates sports gambling will bring jobs and money, but won't be a cure all.
The Trump administration’s hard America first approach to the Nafta talks isn’t going to work, says Stefan Selig, a former Commerce official under Obama.
Jim Cramer commented on Friday's market churn and looked ahead to the stocks and events he'll watch next week.
Dallas Fed President Kaplan said the Federal Reserve should raise rates in December, due to high employment and upward inflation pressure.
After a strong start to the holiday shopping season, Macy's announced plans to hire an additional 7,000 temporary workers through Christmas.
The tech sector has an important role to play in keeping talented young Irish nationals in the home market, the co-founder of Dublin Tech Summit told CNBC.
The British state-owned bank will also cut 680 jobs as it reduces costs and encourages customers to use online and mobile services.
An economist found that women in workplaces where sexual harassment is common earn a bit more than they would in jobs with a lower risk, Vox reports.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, dropping for a second straight week as labor market conditions tightened further.
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