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Half of the adult refugees arriving in the US have college educations and can help grow the US economy if companies are willing to hire them, says this State Department official.
Stanley Fischer said Friday it was too soon to tell whether Britain's vote to leave the European Union had changed the U.S. economic outlook.
It didn't take Joey Flotteron very long to realize that Wall Street was not for him.
As many as half of all older workers retire early, often unwillingly, which often devastates carefully planned retirement savings.
Minimum-wage rates will rise this week in Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. Tech automation is helping some retailers cope with wage inflation.
LendingClub said it would cut its workforce as loan originations decline and confirmed that Scott Sanborn would replace ousted CEO Renaud Laplanche.
Dow Chemical said it will cut about 4 percent of its workforce as part of the Dow Corning restructuring.
The shock result of the U.K.'s referendum on its future in the European Union has led to fears about how Brexit will impact job recruitment.
The firm is doing away with first-round on-campus interviews and leveraging technology to help it screen potential hires.
The bank confirmed that it will shut a quarter of its German branches as it cuts costs and revamps retail banking.
HBO's hit fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" could face some costly obstacles while filming its final two season if the U.K. leaves the European Union.
The U.K. hospitality industry may suffer a manpower crunch in the aftermath of a Brexit, a hotelier warned Thursday.
LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA championship. Here's why we could all stand to be a little more like him, says this VC.
Jimmy John's agreed to stop including noncompete agreements in its hiring documents sent to franchisees.
Here's an idea to end poverty: Give every adult citizen $1,000 per month for free. Here's how it would work, says former labor leader Andy Stern.
But Fed Governor Jay Powell tells CNBC the central bank is ready for whatever happens in Thursday's vote in Britain.
London's office buildings may become a lot less crowded if the U.K. votes to exit the European Union in its referendum Thursday, a new survey found.
The next recession is probably already here and since there isn't much the Fed can co, it may last longer than the last one, says Michael Pento.
Why the "fight for $15" movement is wrong about Wal-Mart and other U.S. companies. They can't afford a $15 minimum wage, says Michael Saltsman.
McDonald's may be planning to outsource jobs to India as part of a $500 million cost reduction plan it announced back in November.