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China's unemployment rate has hit its lowest point in multiple years at 3.95 percent by the end of September.
In minimum wage fight, preemption is being used as a tool to permanently disempower people of color and immigrants, says JoEllen Chernow.
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Citizens of the city-state want to lead their own lives, but they expect much of the government, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells CNBC.
SeaWorld is cutting about 350 jobs, as the aquatic entertainment company continues to struggle drawing in crowds.
From fiscal 2012 to 2016, the median annual compensation for board members rose 19.5 percent to $245,000, corporate board data company Equilar said.
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CNBC took a look at five part-time jobs that are growing in popularity, and don't require much experience or special expertise.
Tens of millions are trapped in forced labor globally and the situation is unlikely to turn around soon, experts say.
Over time, JPMorgan Chase will be "boosting jobs and wages more than we otherwise would have" if corporate taxes are cut, CEO said.
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