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Slowdown in employment is broad-based

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 7, 2019
But it's too soon to say the 10-year economic expansion has run its course.
Economists say some of the pullback in employment last month may be due to uncertainty about U.S. trade policy. Above, workers process cattle near the U.S.-Mexico border in Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
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Automation's gender divide

by David Brancaccio Jun 5, 2019
While both men and women have essentially the same odds of automation taking their jobs, women could face a tougher transition to new jobs.
A pharmacy technician prepares prescriptions for packaging and shipping after being filled on an automated line at the central pharmacy of Intermountain Heathcare in 2018 in Midvale, Utah.
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For the Class of 2019: more job offers, flat pay

by Mitchell Hartman May 27, 2019
The tight labor market means new college grads have leverage in the job market. But that's not translating to significantly higher pay.
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Only half of Gen Zers see themselves having a long career with one employer

by Mitchell Hartman May 27, 2019
This age group is commonly known as “Gen Z” — born roughly between 1995 and 2005. The oldest are now in their mid-20s.
Five candidates waiting for job interviews, front view, crop

The one thing millennials are worried about at work? Job security

by Kimberly Adams May 14, 2019
Young adults prefer one long career over the gig economy, the GenForward survey finds.
People work at the co-working space Cove in 2016 in Washington, D.C.
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Uber and Lyft drivers plan to strike ahead of Uber IPO

by Jack Stewart May 7, 2019
Uber and Lyft drivers are banding together to launch a strike on Wednesday in several major American cities.
Uber and Lyft drivers are banding together to launch a strike on Wednesday in several major American cities.
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What does "tight labor market" mean? Opportunity!

by Tracey Samuelson May 3, 2019
Workers' bargaining power is greater.
Five candidates waiting for job interviews, front view, crop

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More seniors are working — some by choice, others by necessity

by David Wagner May 1, 2019
Americans aged 65 and older are more likely to keep working into old age.
Emma Allen drives herself to work most days. It’s convenient, but the cost of car insurance stretches her limited budget.
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College graduates see best job and pay prospects in years, survey says

by Meghan McCarty Carino Apr 22, 2019
The tight labor market is translating into one of the most robust hiring seasons for college grads in recent years.
Nearly 300,000 students attended HBCUs in 2015.
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African Americans' wages nearly stagnant over decade

by Mitchell Hartman Apr 18, 2019
After adjusting for inflation, black workers' median weekly earnings have risen at a fraction of the pace of wages for white, Hispanic and Asian workers.
After adjusting for inflation, black workers' median weekly earnings have risen at a fraction of the pace of wages for white, Hispanic and Asian workers.
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