Jobs

Just Over 500,000 Fewer Jobs Created in the US Since 2018

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently announced the preliminary estimate of the upcoming annual benchmark revision to the establishment survey employment series. Accordingly, the U.S. economy had about 501,000 ...
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Only 7,000 People Are Unemployed in This State

Unemployment continues to hover near a five-decade low. In July, the national figure held at 3.7%. However, the rate varies considerably from state to state. One small state had the ...
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These 9 Cities Will Be Hit Hardest by Trump’s New Immigration Policy

This would be a particularly bad time for certain legal immigrants to apply for a green card or a visa or visa extension in Fresno, California -- or in Columbus, ...
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These 9 Cities Will Be Hit Hardest by Trump’s New Immigration Policy

This would be a particularly bad time for certain legal immigrants to apply for a green card or a visa or visa extension in Fresno, California -- or in Columbus, ...
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These Are the Lies People Tell Most Often at Work

The two most common white lies people tell at their jobs are apparently “I’m sick/not feeling well” and “I already have plans after work.” Some 60% of respondents to a ...
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Jobs Lost to Bankruptcies at 10-Year High

In the first seven months of 2019, nearly 43,000 workers lost their jobs when the companies they worked for filed for bankruptcy. That's higher than the full-year total for any ...
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How to Fill the 7.35 Million Job Openings in America

After last week's unemployment and payrolls report for July, the U.S. Department of Labor has released its monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. The report is for June, as ...
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Black Unemployment Rates 82% Higher Than White

Most experts believe that the July jobless report showed some pressure on the economy due to trade wars, especially with China. The unemployment rate was steady at 3.7% compared to ...
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Will July Employment Report Lift Hopes of Further Fed Rate Cuts?

Friday's key economic data point came from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) employment situation report for July. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7% and the U.S. economy added ...
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So Far in 2019, US Has Lost 43% More Jobs Than This Time Last Year

Outplacement firm of Challenger, Gray & Christmas on Thursday released its job-cuts report for July. It shows that a total of 38,845 planned U.S. job cuts were announced last month, ...
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Should People Replaced By Robots Get A Free Education?

Several recent pieces of research show that as many as 40% of jobs could be replaced by robots in the next 15 years. The staggering number opens the question of ...
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Why Switch Jobs? You Make More Money

Some people switch jobs for different lifestyles. Some move to change careers. Some change to make more money, and very often, according to a new study, they do. According to ...
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After a Record Year, the Number of New Women CEOs Slips

In all of last year, 22.5% of all CEO replacements were women. For the first six months of 2019, 21.6% of all CEO vacancies have been filled by women. That ...
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These Are the Secrets of the Perfect Resume, According to Harvard Experts

A resume is your calling card -- your introduction to a potential employer. Unless you’re an accomplished veteran in your field, it is usually the only thing a hiring boss ...
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US CEO Departures Slowed in June, Remain 15% Higher Year Over Year

The number of U.S. chief executive officers who lost or left their jobs in June fell by 13% compared to the May total. Last month, 99 CEOs left their jobs, ...
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