The unemployment rate is high among young Chinese graduates. What does it take a get a job in such a tough economy?
With the jobs gains, the U.S. economy has restored all the jobs lost since the beginning of the COVID pandemic.
States are upgrading antiquated technology. But there are still big disparities among states.
It's unlikely a crash in employment would prompt a recession. In spite of a slowdown in job creation, the job market remains relatively strong.
Analysts say the 50% increase in new claims since March doesn't mean the job market is contracting. Here's what it could mean.
There are still almost two jobs open for every person looking for work, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported this week.
There is a very real chance that the country may end up paying a price for getting inflation under control. That price is recession.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on inflation, gun control and why governments shouldn't punish businesses
"I don’t believe it’s the role of government to punish private businesses because we don’t like what they say or do," Hutchinson told Marketplace.
Two years ago, more than 4 million people filed for benefits in a single week. This year, the number's around 180,000.
Nearly half of American workers are looking for a new job or plan to in the next year. One-third are ready to quit without a new job lined up.