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The number of openings was at 6.2 million on the last business day of the month, the report from the Labor Department said.
Think that Google engineer who wrote the anti-diversity rant is in big trouble? Think again, says employment lawyer Dan Eaton.
Some expatriate workers are eligible for residency rights in the world's wealthiest country following a landmark ruling last week.
Employees' needs are changing and businesses must change as well in order to attract the best talent. Offices must combine work and leisure.
Most young people will be doing jobs in the future that currently do not exist, a top executive from one of the world’s largest recruitment agencies has told CNBC.
Foxconn will open a multi-billion dollar plant in Michigan, the South China Morning Post reported, in what's seen as a huge success for President Trump.
"It's going to stop in the next few months but we're not going to be able to sustain that kind of job growth," Jan Hatzius says.
"The economy and markets are really kind of ignoring what's going on in Washington," JPMorgan's David Kelly says.
Greenspan says it's fair to characterize his bond bubble forecast as an "irrational exuberance" type moment.
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to have increased by 183,000 last month after surging 222,000 in June, according to a Reuters survey of economists.
Federal Reserve policy and mechanism has kept up with the pace of technological change while markets are stuck in the past, according to an economist.
Job creation among small businesses picked up in July, a National Federation of Independent Business report showed on Thursday.
Breakingviews says that Amazon and Google-parent Alphabet are trying to one-up Trump on jobs as people start blaming tech for killing jobs.
Immigration officials are probably not most qualified at determining who the best software engineers are, former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says.
The RAISE Act would radically reshape America's immigration system – for the worse, say Deepak Chopra and Kabir Sehgal.
The average salaries of FTSE 100 chief executives fell by almost a fifth in 2016, shrinking the pay packets of some of the U.K.’s top earners by £1 million ($1.3 million).
Thousands of people showed up Wednesday for a chance to pack and ship products to Amazon customers, as the e-commerce company held a giant job fair at nearly a dozen U.S. warehouses.
Trump was poised to announce a major effort to pressure China on trade, but the stock market rally this year hasn't even hiccuped.
Saudi Arabia has unveiled an enormous new tourism project spanning more than 100 miles of its Red Sea coastline as part of continued efforts to boost the economy and international standing of the Middle Eastern Kingdom.
The power and influence of the U.S. is seen as a major threat by more than one third of people worldwide, according to a report published Tuesday.
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