Up to 25,000 UPS jobs will open up in the next few years because of retiring baby boomers. Retirements may mean the US will have too many jobs and too few workers.
As Tiger Woods stages his comeback at the Masters, recreational golf is trying to rebound from a long decline in revenues, golf courses, and popularity.
General Motors reported a relatively small loss for the second half of 2009 – $4.3 billion. Next steps include repaying Treasury loans by June and eventually returning to shareholder ownership.
The latest data indicates that job hires and total job separations are both occurring at a rate of 3.4 percent of the total employment, leading to a flattening of the unemployment rate.
Federal food stamp use is on the rise.
With high unemployment among young people – twice the national average – this is a bad time to begin exploring regulation of unpaid internships.
"Too big to fail" means too much political leverage and too much power over Washington.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers, director of the National Economic Council, bear much of the responsibility for the conditions that lead to the financial crisis.