US created 103,000 jobs, better than expected. But Wall Street's outlook is gloomier than Main Street's. Here's why.
The US created 54,000 jobs in May, the smallest gain in eight months. But in some sectors, hiring is booming.
Despite high unemployment, temp work is on the rise and employers still want to hire.
Optimists see recovery with 290,000 jobs created in April. Pessimists point to rise in the unemployment rate. Who's right?
December saw losses of 85,000 jobs, but Friday's labor report also showed a small employment gain in November, the first since the recession began in December 2007.