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A group of airport workers rally for an increase in raises in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Employee compensation growth stalls out

Jul 31, 2015
Labor costs and wages make anemic gains in second quarter reports.
Posted In: wages, employment, employment cost index
Good Jobs Nation workers on strike listen to a speech from presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.

Do federal contractors save the government money?

Jul 31, 2015
The U.S. keeps replacing its full-time workers with contract employees.
Posted In: government contractors, federal government, minimum wage

Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations wrap up in Maui

Jul 31, 2015
Final sticking points include sugar, dairy and state-owned enterprises.
Posted In: TPP, trade, Hawaii

McDonald's makes a move on moms

Jul 31, 2015
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Friday.

Older workers head for retirement — and don't retire

Jul 30, 2015
The labor participation rate for people 55 and up is near its highest in decades.
Posted In: employment, working, baby boomers

The housing market is back — except where it's not

Jul 30, 2015
In some cities, lots of homeowners remain underwater.
Posted In: Housing, homeowners, underwater

Kentucky fried photo printer

Jul 30, 2015
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Thursday.
Don Williams moved to North Dakota three years ago for a job supplying fracking sand to drilling sites in the booming Bakken oil field. He hopes the fall off in activity because of depressed oil prices will make businesses that serve oil workers like him

Looking for the bright side in Bakken's bust

Jul 29, 2015
North Dakota oil worker has had enough of the area's greed.
Posted In: North Dakota, Oil, Unemployment

High-tech clothes dryers ... and toilets

Jul 29, 2015
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Wednesday.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a press briefing at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C.

The Fed and your feelings

Jul 28, 2015
When it comes to the Fed, your feelings may have less value than you think.
Posted In: Janet Yellen, consumer confidence, feelings

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