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Even after Charlottesville, Trump doesn't realize a stronger job market won't fix racial inequality, says Vox's Dylan Matthew.
It made business sense for CEOs to leave Trump's councils as much because of concern about consumers as concern about the workforce.
The largest railroad in the U.S. continues to cut costs, this time by laying off about 8 percent of its workforce.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to near a six-month low last week.
The number of EU nationals working in the U.K. has hit a record high despite concerns of a post-Brexit exodus.
A little-known career retraining program helps workers who have lost their jobs as a result of overseas trade.
Britain's unemployment labor market bucked tepid economic growth in the second quarter as the unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to its lowest since 1975.
American manufacturers have added nearly a million jobs, but now they demand more education and specialized skills.
The Royal Bank of Scotland plans to cut 880 jobs from its IT department in London by 2020, according to a U.K. labor union.
The home to the U.K.'s financial services is suffering from a loss of professional talent because of Brexit, warns a recruitment agency.
Bill Gates has made his largest donation in 17 years, giving away $4.6 billion worth of shares in Microsoft Corp.
Japan's economy grew better than expected in the second quarter, but a lack of wage growth and labor shortages are likely to cause problems.
In this week's Trader Poll, we want to know which jobs you think will be hit hardest by automation.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
This whole blowup at Google over an engineer's sexist memo underscores how tech companies are creating environments that can wind up backfiring on them, says former Google attorney Miriam Rivera.
The role of pilots could shift due to automation.
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