The old standard is too long for some workers, but far too short for many employers.
A new law requires greater disclosure when companies use artificial intelligence technology to sift through job candidates.
In tight labor market, businesses say parking can be a factor in whether employees stay or go.
One in four small businesses is having a hard time recruiting, according to the National Federation of Independent Business.
The U.S.-China trade war has slowed hiring, and average hourly wages have slipped.
AI advocates say it's better for people on both sides.
In a tight labor market, timing might be everything.
Hiring rebounded in March as U.S. employers added a solid 196,000 jobs, up sharply from February's scant gain.
According to a recent survey, 78 percent of construction contractors are having a hard time finding workers to fill open positions.
What the JOLTS report can tell us about the state of the labor market.