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A new survey finds that 81% of women feel child-care cost, availability, flexibility and trust made a big difference in their decision to be in the workforce.
For restaurants, minimum wage hikes usually mean higher menu prices and fewer employee hours, according to a survey released Wednesday.
A study published Wednesday by global recruitment site Indeed found that the number of jobs requiring German language skills rose by more than 10% over the last three years.
Eight in 10 tech companies now offer formal gender diversity training programs, a number that's been increasing steadily upward for the last three years as companies face criticism from investors, employees and the public to address the issue.
A majority of workers across the US say they do not feel their job security is threatened by technology, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey workplace analysis. They may be overconfident.
U.S. job openings dropped to an 11-month low in February and hiring decreased, which could explain a sharp slowdown in job growth during that month.
America's $103 billion home health-care system is straining to keep up with the number of elderly and chronically ill patients seeking care at home.
Amidst a tight labor market, more teens and older workers are taking jobs in the restaurant industry, according to a National Restaurant Association report.
Learning to be an adult means nailing down critical money skills like paying bills on time.
Basecamp co-founder and CEO Jason Fried is speaking out against endless meetings, emails, being on call 24/7 and 80-hour workweeks. Nothing will change, he says, until people raise their hands and voices and demand: 'We need to have a life.'
Since 2017, retail has lost more than 140,000 jobs; the sector added to those losses in March 2019 with a loss of more than 11,000.
Jim Cramer reviews the latest nonfarm payroll report and takes a look at the trading week ahead.
CNBC's @Work Talent + HR conference convened earlier this week in New York City, featuring panel discussions on the future of work. Topics ranged from finding new sources of talent to maximizing retention and improving workforce diversity.
For those in the labor market, employers and job seekers alike, the details of the U.S. labor market are complicated.
March's jobs growth powered back to a more normal level of 196,000, after February's weakness, suggesting a first-quarter slowdown is fading.
CNBC studied the net changes by industry for March jobs based on the data from the Labor Department.
The numbers came a month after February's jaw-dropping gain of just 20,000, which was revised up to 33,000 in the March report.
U.S. government debt prices were lower as investors monitored the latest global trade developments and looked ahead to upcoming jobs data.
Stocks posted their second straight weekly rise as sentiment was boosted by better-than-expected jobs data and progress on the U.S.-China trade front.
Total cuts hit 190,410, a 10.3 percent increase from the fourth quarter and 35.6 percent jump from the same period a year ago.