The unemployment rate is down, and more people are returning to the labor force. But finding a job isn't easy.
Historically, it's been all about building employee loyalty and tax breaks for businesses.
The decline in unemployment has slowed since an early rebound from the first wave of COVID-19 shutdowns.
And with the rise in the use of telemedicine, some job losses, specifically in administrative services, may be permanent.
The case for a job guarantee, the future of the labor movement, working in the gig economy and more.
A snapshot of who's hiring now, plus a warning about employment predictions in an unknown COVID-19 recovery.
Businesses that received CARES Act loans had to rehire workers to have those loans forgiven. But what happens next for America's job market?
"If we're believing some of the forecasts coming out from a lot of the banks, we might see numbers in the millions," said Tara Sinclair of George Washington University.
Some companies are hiring people to go to work, so that others can avoid going out as much as possible.