It's been a surprisingly good year for Detroit.
A Gallup poll found that 35 percent of Americans think now is a good time to find a quality job — one with a higher wage.
The $15 an hour wave that started in Seattle last month heads to Southern California. That, and other news from the world of worker pay.
U.S. consumer lawsuit accusing Google of monopolizing prime real estate on Android smartphones will help mobile rivals like Microsoft make their antitrust case with European regulators should damaging secrets emerge in court.
Microsoft is set to cut 18k jobs over the next year. Analysts were surprised by the number, but not by the move.
A gauge of U.S. consumer spending rose solidly in June, in the latest sign that the economy ended the second quarter on a firmer footing.
There’s good news for jobs in the United States. Here, principal recruiter and chief career/employment strategist of Recruiter Media lays the blueprint.
The FTC is suing Amazon.com, alleging that it unlawfully billed parents millions for mobile
in-app purchases made by their children.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to one of its lowest levels since before the 2007-09 recession, a sign of increasing health in the labor market.
Student-loan debt is beginning to affect millions of people as they head toward
retirement, delaying such purchases as homes and cars.