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7 Types of Companies You Should Not Work For

When it comes to the place where you spend at least half your waking hours, you probably want to make sure that it's the kind of place that makes those ...
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Employment Trends Index Confirms Slight Payrolls Gain

When most people think of employment readings, they most likely think of the U.S. Department of Labor's unemployment and payrolls report. Still, there are other reports that act to confirm the ...
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10 Countries With Unemployment Rates Under 3%

As the U.S. posted a September employment report which showed an addition of 156,000 jobs and an unemployment rate of 5%, America has been at what is called  a "full ...
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Jobless Claims Dip Under 250K Ahead of Unemployment and Payrolls

The U.S. Department of Labor's data keep showing that weekly jobless claims are moving lower and lower. Obviously this is indicative of a rather strong labor market, and it is ...
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How the Markets Are Bracing for Unemployment and Payrolls

The financial markets will get to see the report on payrolls and the employment situation from the U.S. Department of Labor this Friday. This is one of the most closely watched ...
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Wal-Mart Pays Its Workers the Least of Any Company

24/7 Wall St. has released its annual analysis of Companies Paying Americans the Least. Wal-Mart was at the top of the list. According to the report: Wal-Mart, the world’s largest ...
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Weekly Jobless Claims Now at 80th Straight Week Under 300,000

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released another weekly jobless claims report, and it marks the 80th week in a row of less than 300,000 claims, the longest sub-300,000 streak since ...
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Wind Turbine Service Technician Is Fastest Growing Job in America

The need for wind turbine service technicians will grow 108% between 2014 and 2024 to reach a total of 9,200 jobs nationwide, according to the 24/7 Wall St. analysis of ...
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Why the Gig Economy Is Not as Cool as as People Think

Two-thirds of Americans who have worked as independent contractors in what is known as the "gig economy" would not choose to do so again. Less than half were satisfied with ...
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Emperor Akihito Has No Power

As Emperor Akihito hints he may step down in favor of his son, citing ill-health, it helps to remember he has no power. Akihito is nothing more than a figurehead, ...
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Less Than 50% of Workers Are Satisfied With Jobs

With unemployment at multiyear lows, it is unfortunate to see that a recent study shows only 46.9% of people are satisfied with their jobs. One of America's leading business research ...
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Are There Really Now Far Fewer Job Openings in America?

Americans have heard for years now that the jobs market is getting better, that higher pay is available elsewhere and that the unemployment and payrolls were improving. Politicians running for ...
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Huge Unexpected Boost in June Payrolls Report

Despite all the news of caution and concern, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) managed to show an upside blowout over expectations. The nonfarm payrolls rose by a sharp 287,000 in ...
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Weekly Jobless Claims Bring No Omen for Friday’s Unemployment and Payrolls Report

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its weekly jobless claims for the week ending July 1. Claims dropped by a much larger amount than expected, down to 254,000 from the ...
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What If the Jobs Report Shows June Added No Jobs?

The upcoming Employment Situation Report for June could show the economy has stalled, at least in terms of the addition of new jobs. The May report showed an addition of ...
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