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It's the best job market in years for grads, with employers expected to hire about 5 percent more from the class of 2016.
Investment bankers at UBS can now take at least two hours of "personal time" a week in the latest attempt by a bank to retain staff with a better work-life balance.
Singapore residential rents are falling quickly - and the reason could be a sea-change in the make-up of the city-state's expat workers.
More than a third of millennials expect to work well into their 70s. About 1 in 8 plan to work until they die.
Small business job growth declined in May following three months of strong gains, according to Paychex IHS.
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LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.
Data in the coming week should provide some important clues as to whether the Fed will hike rates this summer.
The U.S. women's national soccer team asked a federal judge to clear the way for it to strike over alleged pay inequities, NBC News reports.
Airport security line mess can be fixed easily. All Congress needs to do is..., says J. David Cox Sr.
Here’s how companies are giving employees more money — without giving them a raise, write financial advisors Mark Dixon and Susan Shoemaker.
The digital divide, once the province of older workers, is forcing even older millennials to play catch-up.
PepsiCo is the top-rated company for job satisfaction among graduates of MBA programs, according to Poets & Quants.
Minimum wage hikes could lead to higher menu prices at McDonald's as franchisees push back against corporate, Morningstar's R.J. Hottovy tells CNBC.
The sun's out, school is *almost* out, and you don't want to march back into the classroom. Do this instead — and get paid.
Tired of dreading work on Mondays, Brett Schulman swapped finance for food—a leap of faith that appears to be paying off.
Royal Dutch Shell will increase the number of job cuts in 2015 and 2016 by around 20 percent as a result of low oil prices.
Police broke up a fuel depot blockade in France on Wednesday and France's hardline CGT union prepared for a strike at a nuclear plant.
Although cost increases have slowed, prescription drug spending has helped to boost health costs for an average family to a new milestone.
Telecom network equipment maker Nokia may cut 10,000 to 15,000 jobs as part of a cost-cutting programme, a union representative said.
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