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U.S. Adds More Than 400,000 New Jobs in January, Shattering Expectations

The number is more than three times what many economists were forecasting.

Emily Rella

Weekly Unemployment Claims Jump In Possible Sign of Omicron Hit to Jobs Recovery

First-time filings for unemployment insurance came in at 230,000 for the week ending Jan. 8, up from the prior week's 207,000, the Labor Department said in a report.

The Epoch Times

Treasury Yields Touch Fresh 52-Week Highs Amid Fed Tightening

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note has risen to around 1.77 percent. The 2-year yield rallied to about 0.94 percent, while the 30-year bond topped 2.09 percent.

The Epoch Times

A Record 4.5 Million People Quit Their Jobs in November: Report

A US Labor Report reveals the Great Resignation's staying power.

Looking for a More Purpose-Driven Career? There Is a Global Shortage for This Vital Role.

Writing code for a social media company is ok, but fighting future pandemics is better.

Ari Goldfarb

Weekly Jobless Claims Drop Below Pre-Pandemic Levels in Sign of Continued Labor Market Tightness

First-time filings for unemployment insurance fell to 198,000 for the week ending Dec. 25, the Labor Department said in a report.

The Epoch Times

How To Handle Your Employees' Side Hustles

If your employee has a second job, are they dedicating as much time to you as they should be?

US Employers Added 210,000 Jobs in November, Less Than Half of Estimates

The Labor Department's jobs report, released Dec. 3, shows that non-farm payroll employment rose by 210,000 in November after rising by a revised 546,000 in October.

Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow: Is it a Trap, and Have You Fallen into It?

A quote long attributed to Confucius: "Choose a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life." Is that a load of baloney or not?

Melissa Brock

Hiring Difficulties May Be on Horizon as US Labor Force Participation Rate Remains Unchanged

The labor force participation rate was unchanged at 61.6 percent in October and has remained within narrow range of 61.4 percent to 61.7 percent since June 2020.