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As technology and artificial intelligence (A.I.) advances, jobs in banks and offices are set to be replaced by automation, say experts.
Many of the jobs on this year’s list require an advanced degree, but not all. See which careers made the top 10.
President Obama will be visiting Cuba soon, but the U.S. must do two things for the island nation now, writes Scott Gilbert.
Policymakers at the U.S. Federal Reserve are in danger of failing to see the real path of inflation rates, according to new research by Pimco.
With global central banks in the driver seat, there's another growth lever being overlooked, says S&P's David Blitzer.
The U.S. economy is feeling much better in recent weeks with businesses benefiting from strength in autos, Jack Welch tells CNBC.
For investors, junk bonds may seem hot again, but maybe not so for many companies trying to issue debt.
A new survey by Alamo reports that millennials are more likely than any other generation to feel ashamed about taking a vacation, NBC reports.
Tuesday is International Women's Day – a good day to review the data on how women fare in the U.S. labor market.
For women to get ahead in the corporate world, they need men to step up and promote their cause, says Jennifer Owens.
For the first time, a law school will stand trial on charges that it inflated the employment data for its graduates to lure prospective students.
Headlines like Friday's news of 242,000 new jobs in February don't tell the whole story.
Hiring was stronger than expected in February, but the fact there was no wage growth should keep the Fed from raising rates until at least midyear.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman said Donald Trump's policies could cause a U.S. recession and would increase the national debt.
The U.S. economy added a better-than-expected 242,000 jobs in February while the unemployment rate held steady at 4.9 percent.
Former Philadelphia Fed president Charles Plosser tells CNBC a March rate hike "would be a close call" if he were voting.
Millennials stand to benefit from a tightening jobs market, says Robert J. LaBombard. Here are his best tips for job-hunting college grads.
The Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate remained at 4.9 percent in February. But what does that number really mean?
Small brewers, like Half Full in Connecticut, are seeing big growth, and that means thousands of new jobs for the industry over the next few years.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which securities do well and poorly on jobs report days.
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