Research

Macy’s had the lowest overall job satisfaction ratings by Black employees in a new study.
Montana, one of the least diverse states in the country, is the one with the most hate groups.
More than 79,000 new job cuts were announced in January according to the monthly report from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. That's the highest January total since 2009.
The number of user records exposed in 2020 data breaches more than doubled to some 37 billion. There were fewer breaches, but those that happened garnered far more data.
A new report from the Economic Policy Institute shows how the rise in wages over the past four decades has favored those who are at the top and rewarded most of all those in the top 0.1% of earners.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, retail sales are expected to improve year over year according to an estimate from the National Retail Federation.
The business of fabricating semiconductors is set to grow by nearly a quarter this year, according to new estimates from research firm TrendForce.
Consumer Reports magazine is out with its latest automobile reliability rankings and Tesla just managed to stay out of last place.
Maintaining a work-life balance may be tough for some employees who are trying to juggle job and home and family responsibilities. Here are 20 companies that get top marks from current employees on...
More than half of American adults are concerned that an unexpected medical bill could lead to crushing debt or bankruptcy.
24/7 Wall St. reviewed violent crime rates in the 295 U.S. cities tracked by the FBI to determine the 25 most dangerous cities in America. The most dangerous city had nearly 2,000 violent crimes for...
For some drivers, it's a good thing that they pay attention to safety features when they purchase a new car. Some very safe cars are involved in a lot of crashes.
A new report from the Economic Policy Institute claims that a rebalancing of U.S. trade and a significant investment in U.S. infrastructure and clean energy could create millions of new, good-paying...
The environmental crisis and political strife around much of the globe has caused an unexpectedly large number of people to think human civilization will end.
The employment bases in the lowest unemployment cities are stable, as well as in industries in which layoffs are unlikely.