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Building financial stability, one Lego brick at a time
What one veteran and former bartender found in a new job.
Fewer people are leaving their jobs. What's that mean for the economy?
The Job Openings and Labor Turnover report for April showed that the quits rate has dropped back to average levels in 2019.
There aren't enough workers to help people experiencing homelessness
That's impacting efforts to get people into housing. But there are some programs trying to increase the number of specialists in the pipeline.
Enrollment in 2-year culinary programs was up nearly 10 percent this spring from last year. This comes as employment for chefs and head cooks is expected to grow quickly.
As Title 42 ends, the strong U.S. economy is a major draw for migrants
Available jobs and better wages are helping shape the immigration patterns of people leaving their home countries for safer conditions.
Unemployment for recent college grads is the lowest in a generation
The class of 2023 is entering a strong labor market as employers continue to snap up workers.
How AI true believers are preparing for an economic revolution
For some who think artificial intelligence will rapidly transform society, saving for or staying in college feel pointless. So do 401(k)s.
Wage gains after changing jobs were lower in April
The moderation in pay growth is part of more balanced and stable economic conditions, some economists say.
March jobs report shows more signs of cooling labor market
The number of openings decreased for the third straight month in March, but it’s still historically high.
Amid slowing wage growth, new jobs and salary negotiations still pay off
As wage growth slows, workers consider job-hopping to boost their pay; but when offered a new job, only 3-in-10 try to negotiate for a better deal.