This annual ranking of the best cities for college graduates includes Fayettville, N.C. (No. 1), Omaha, Neb. (No. 2), and Oklahoma City (No. 3). Is your city on the Daily Beast list of 25 places for those seeking low rents, cheap eats, good job prospects, and decent pay?
The Great Recession officially ended in June 2009. That's apparent on Wall Street, less so on Main Street. But the economic recovery is gradually being felt in places like Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Counting underutilized and marginally attached workers, the unemployment rate rose in April, according to the new jobs report.
In first press conference by a Federal Reserve chairman, Ben Bernanke allowed Americans to better understand the Fed's critical reasoning on inflation – now driven by higher gas and food prices.
Dow falls 29 points as gold soars to new record and oil prices reach highest level since 2008. Traders focus on impact on stocks of a potential government shutdown.
Tax advice comes in many forms: from IRS forms, accountants, and tax preparers. So do you need a computer to fill out your forms? Most low- and middle-class Americans qualify to use tax software for free. But if you have to pay for it, is the software worth it? Here are a five questions to help you decide:
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.
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.
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.
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.