Topic: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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04/07/2011 02:51 pm
Postings for tech jobs were up 30 percent last month compared with a year ago, according to Craigslist. Job hiring already resulted in upbeat employment numbers last week.
04/05/2011 02:55 pm
The United States added 216,000 new jobs in March, mostly in the private sector job market, driving the unemployment rate down to 8.8 percent.
04/01/2011 01:54 pm
The Supreme Court is considering a class-action lawsuit from more than one million women claiming sex discrimination. Here is a snapshot of how women are faring in the workplace.
03/29/2011 09:38 pm
The US secretary of Transportation has asked airports to consider adding a second air-traffic controller to their overnight shifts. But one key congressman says that would be a waste of money.
03/25/2011 03:32 pm
Temporary jobs always surge after recessions, until companies gain confidence and create permanent jobs. Is this time different?
03/17/2011 09:05 am
There are jobs being created, but they aren't the right kind of jobs.
03/07/2011 04:05 pm
Traditional unemployment rate declined to 9 percent in February
03/07/2011 02:19 pm
Not only did the unemployment rate fall, but the US economy added 192,000 jobs in February. But economists view the numbers differently.
03/04/2011 01:28 pm
The 2011 Consumer Reports car issue recommends new models by familiar brands, including Toyota and Honda. And for value-conscious buyers, it offers this time-tested advice: Buy Used.
02/28/2011 08:11 pm