Jobs

Challenger, Gray & Christmas has reported staggering job losses for the month of November.
Unemployment in the U.S. has been about 3.6% over the last six months. That is about the same as the number in the first two months of 2020, until the COVID-19 pandemic whipped out millions of jobs....
The BLS release its report titled THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION — AUGUST 2022. The U.S. economy added 315,000 jobs. Unemployment rose to 3.7%, primarily because the labor force grew. It is a...
The economy added 315,000 jobs in August, as the unemployment rate rose to 3.7%. It was 3.5% in July. Unemployment by metro area is released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics about one month after...
Unemployment sits at 3.5%, according to the BLS. It is a multi-decade low only matched by the rate at the start of 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shoved that number to 14.7%. However, the economy began...
24/7 Wall St. has developed this layoff tracker to keep track of the notable job cuts.
Joblessness in America was near a post-World War II low in July. The figure dropped to 3.5% as the economy added 528,000 jobs. All of the jobs taken away by the COVID-19 pandemic have been replaced....
The Great Depression drove the unemployment rate to an unimaginable level. Can the United States get there again?
The BLS released its THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION — JULY 2022. The most important information is that the jobless rate fell to 3.5% as the economy added 528,000 jobs. The over 20 million jobs lost...
This Arizona city's jobless rate has been well above the national average for years.
The car business is almost always hit hard by an economic downturn. Employment in the industry probably will continue to weaken.
Here is the average pay for the lowest paying jobs at American hospitals.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals that actors have the worst job security of any career.
What do substantial layoffs at Netflix, Peloton, Tesla and others say about the state of the economy?
A recent analyst reveals that plastic surgeons were the highest-paid doctors in America by far.