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The Last 8 Years Were Pretty Good for Many Entrepreneurs
Oh, it was no walk in the park, but the structural transformation begun in 2008 has offered opportunity, too.
U.S. Created 38,000 Jobs in May Vs. 162,000 Expected
'There's one word for it, which is just shocking,' said Dan North, chief economist at Euler Hermes North America. 'Unfortunately it does look like a trend. It's not great news.'
U.S. Jobless Claims Rise, and Planned Layoffs Surge
Most of the announced job cuts were concentrated in the energy sector, which is reeling from low oil prices that have hurt profits.
What Tech Companies Are Doing to Bridge the Skills Gap
The shortage of workers trained for jobs in the digital economy and sophisticated manufacturing is costly for companies and vexing for the unemployed.
3 Questions to Ask When Considering an Unemployed Candidate
Managers shouldn't quickly dismiss those currently out of work, but like any other potential hire, due diligence is required.
The Rise of the Robotic Co-Worker
By assuming core processes in factories, labs, hospitals, offices, will machines make people irrelevant or unemployed? Consider this argument that humans partnered with such machines will give rise to efficiency, customer service and innovation.
Report: Having a Bad Job Is More Psychologically Damaging Than Being Unemployed
New research calls into question the well-accustomed axiom that any job is better than no job at all.