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While a more confident consumer base is helping Main Street's bottom line, the labor market is tightening, making finding workers a challenge for companies. Many are increasing pay for the workers they already have to keep them on board.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has unveiled plans to make businesses publish their ethnicity pay gaps.
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One of the world's leading authorities on Asia sees a destructive element baked into the U.S. and China trade war.
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Jim Cramer explains why the "death of retail" narrative isn't going away anytime soon.
Of the 20 metro areas with the tightest job markets — where unemployment rates are roughly half the national average or less only five are in coastal states, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These are the five most important numbers from the September nonfarm payrolls report released Friday.
The professional and business services industry led job gains for the month of September, besting laggards like the leisure and hospitality sector, according to the latest government jobs report.
The unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percentage point to 3.7 percent, the lowest since December 1969 and one-tenth of a percentage point below expectations.
One year after the #MeToo movement started, a third of Americans still believe their workplace fosters sexual harassment.
On Manufacturing Day, Americans around the country can celebrate the growing manufacturing revival due to the tireless efforts of President Donald J. Trump and those in his Administration.
Bernie Sanders tweeted Thursday morning calling for McDonalds to follow the lead of Amazon and Disney, and pay their restaurant workers $15 per hour.
Friday's nonfarm payrolls report for September comes at an important time for markets: As inflation fears again pop up, the government's measures of not only job creation but also wage growth could provide important signposts for what's ahead.
Jim Cramer wonders if the Federal Reserve needs to step on the brakes so methodically in a growing economy with seemingly healthy inflation.