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Jobless and Searching for Meaning, Millennials Flock to Mom and Dad's House
Paid less, unemployed more and less likely to be satisfied at work, one in four millennials has had to move back in with their parents at some point.
Latest Employment Report Shows College Still Counts
There's always attention on billionaires like Bill Gates who dropped out of college and made it big. But, as the monthly employment report shows, those who graduate face a much better job market.
How the Right School Can Help You Thrive in a Lousy Job Market (Infographic)
The current job market for recent graduates is grim. Get a leg up on the competition with tips from this infographic on choosing a school that will make you an all-star job applicant.
U.S. Labor Participation Rate at Lowest Level Since the 1970s
In a troubling sign for the U.S. economy, fewer Americans are working and more are giving up even trying.
Can Consumers Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.?
The Million American Jobs Project suggests that if consumers simply bought five percent more American-made products, a million new jobs would be created.
The Dark Truth About the Falling Unemployment Rate
The unemployment rate is dropping not because more people are finding work, but because more people have stopped looking for work.
Small Businesses Fuel Private Sector Hiring in July
The private sector added 200,000 jobs in July, with small businesses once again accounting for the lion's share of employment, according to the ADP National Employment Report.
How One U.S. City Became an Unexpected Hub for Tech Startups
California and New York aren't the last word in tech. Read our take on how Cincinnati is becoming a home for startups.
Jobs Growth Stronger Than Expected, Unemployment Holds Steady
Multiple reports released this week signal greener pastures ahead for the labor market.
Jobs Report: More Companies Are Hiring But Small Businesses Remain Cautious
Several indicators show the overall economy is on the upswing, but small-business hiring is down slightly.