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The AI Job Market Is Surging and Paying Up to $300K a Year. Here's How to Snag a Role.

According to a new LinkedIn report, AI jobs can be found in a wide range of fields.

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U.S. Workers Want an $80,000 Minimum Salary as Expectations Rise — Here's What It Means for the Labor Market, According to an Expert

Workers are also less confident about receiving job offers in the coming months, the report also found.

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This Industry Has $1 Trillion in Funding But Can't Find Any Workers

The construction industry has faced an urgent labor shortage in recent years.

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Our 'Rolling Recession' Is the Latest Economic Meme — But What Does It Actually Mean?

We may not be in for a "hard" or "soft" landing.

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Layoffs Abound Across Industries — But These Major Companies Are Still Hiring

Economists are optimistic about the 2023 job market.

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19 Best Skills To Put on a Resume That Employers Will Love

How do you make your resume stand out during job interviews? Check out the 19 best skills to include in your resume in this detailed breakdown.

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Employers Are Helping Workers Ward Off Financial Catastrophe By Offering This Helpful Perk

More companies have started offering assistance with saving for unexpected expenses.

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The June Jobs Report Surpassed Economist Expectations

Professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, and health care saw the most growth.

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Record High: U.S. Now Has 2 Job Openings for Every Person Who Is Unemployed

Latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals employers posted a record high of 11.5 million job openings in March.

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Sticky Inflation and Job Market Tightening Will Push Fed to Hike Rates 4 Times in 2022: Goldman Sachs

Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman, wrote in a note Sunday that the investment bank is predicting a fourth 25-basis-point rate hike in December of this year, up from an earlier projection of three.

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Why Millennials Change Jobs So Often

With younger candidates feeling more confident enough to ditch interviews, the onus is on employers to retain their workers