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AT&T is in the midst of a massive retraining program for its 250,000 employees to keep pace with rapid technology innovation.
Companies are identifying job candidates using A.I. tools that analyze everything from facial expression to word choice.
Trump sang Mike Pompeo's praises in a statement nominating the CIA director for secretary of state, after ousting former Exxon Mobile CEO Rex Tillerson from the position.
"If you're curious it will allow you constantly to question things, to learn more about things."
The economy did more than give jobs to 313,000 in February — it brought nearly three times that amount off the sidelines.
Founder and CEO Danny Meyer has built two restaurant empires on "enlightened hospitality" and a motto of "employees first," Eater reports.
President Donald Trump's tariff plan will cause job losses in a variety of sectors that will cancel out job creation in the steel industry.
The U.S. economy created 313,000 jobs in February, smashing Wall Street expectations with gains in construction and retail.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans says he'd prefer to "wait a little longer" before raising interest rates for the first time in 2018.
Economists surveyed by Reuters expected nonfarm payroll growth of 200,000 and the unemployment rate to fall to 4 percent.
A close look at Baoding, a Chinese town that Beijing has declared "steel-free."
Nucor CEO John Ferriola says the demand for steel is strong but has been "stolen by illegally traded imports."
As manufacturing jobs in the U.S. disappear, other industries are growing.
Rent-A-Center said it plans to lay off 25% of its staff in order to cut cost, the Dallas Business Journal reports. Shares of the company jumped following the news.
Home Depot will donate $50 million to support trade training for veterans, soldiers, and underprivileged youth, USA Today reports.
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Last Sunday, universal basic income officially became part of California's Democratic Party platform, Recode reports.
"The job market is red hot and threatens to overheat," says economist Mark Zandi.
Gary Cohn is stepping down as National Economic Council director, and Navarro's brand of protectionist nationalism is on the rise.
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