US businesses made job cuts in December, when many had expected Friday’s employment report to find a gain in jobs. The unemployment rate remained at 10 percent.
Timothy Hendron killed four coworkers and himself in the ABB shooting in St. Louis Thursday. He was involved in a lawsuit against the company regarding a dispute over retirement benefits.
As US unemployment has climbed, so, too, has the number of workers who are 'underemployed,' or working in positions that do not fully utilize their education or skill sets.
President Obama's stop at Home Depot shows that if 'cash for caulkers' is going to get off the ground, the government has to get at least three groups to buy in.
With world-class universities, Boston lures companies eager to tap its high-skilled graduates.
As older veterans retire, jobs open up for newest veterans.
Copper, aluminum, plastic, and other materials are getting more costly. So if you’re going to remodel or build an addition, now might be a good time to do it.
Job losses in September amounted to 263,000 – 83,000 more than expected – pushing the unemployment rate up.
Tightening belts this way costs businesses and government less than layoffs. But it’s tough on families.