Seasonal gains in temporary jobs are behind last year's pace.
Most people who've lost jobs during the pandemic didn't get health insurance at work.
Historically, it's been all about building employee loyalty and tax breaks for businesses.
Industries that tend to employ women have been hit harder. The effects will reverberate long after the recession ends.
And according to Americans who've already lost their jobs, they should be.
The news has fueled a perception that officials are out to inflate employment figures for a record 8.7 million graduates potentially entering a worsening jobs market.
Religious schools are likely to be exempt from anti-discrimination protections under the new ruling.
Jobs that involve caregiving are dominated by women. They also pay less.
In December, wage gains slowed from earlier in 2019, with average hourly earnings up 2.9% year over year.