The economy is growing and employers are still looking for workers, and that trend will probably continue for awhile.
The hot jobs market is giving employees leverage over employers.
A hot job market continues to seek out teenagers. But will that hurt their academics and long-term job prospects?
Many people are happy with the job market — higher wages and more openings. Fewer people like where the overall economy is headed.
“Clean slate” laws call for updating court databases and creating algorithms to automatically clear records for minor offenses.
The delta variant is causing some consumer pullback, and the expiration of pandemic unemployment benefits on Sept. 5 could play a role in spending.
Their federal benefits — which add up to more than $6 billion a week — are about to run out.
Many of the states with the lowest unemployment rates have young workforces and multifaceted economies.
It's not just child care and health issues. Many people are looking at their old jobs and saying no thanks.
The economy is steadily improving, but we're not back to "normal."