While economists had projected over 200,000 jobs would have been created in December, Friday's report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on 74,000 new jobs. Unemployment dipped, but only... Read more »
1.3 million people lost unemployment benefits this month. Some think fixing it will cost $25 billion (yes billion) a year. Small business creates two out of every three net new jobs. Maybe we... Read more »
Description of a video from the Pew Research Center that details the persistence of the pay gap between men and women. Read more »
Once you retire, you're likely to need something besides your hobbies to occupy your time. Unfortunately, many people enter their retirement years without determining what their next passion will be. Read more »
Instead of offering yet another list of resolutions for you to consider, allow me to instead suggest some presents you can give your teammates, bosses or direct reports to get 2014 off to a good... Read more »
The end of unemployment checks for more than a million people on Saturday is driving out-of-work Americans to consider selling cars, moving and taking minimum wage work after already slashing... Read more »
More than 1 million Americans are bracing for a harrowing, post-Christmas jolt as extended federal unemployment benefits come to a sudden halt this weekend, entailing potentially significant... Read more »
As he has throughout his tenure as the city's longest-serving police commissioner, Raymond Kelly puts the credit for a record reduction in crime and the absence of a terrorist attack in the dozen... Read more »
Being a missionary is good preparation for doing business in a foreign country, according to an article that ran Tuesday on Forbes.com. Read more »
al law promising an easier process for raising capital has energized entrepreneurs and investors, but many experts are pointing to the caveats. Read more »
My quest for good work-life balance is always challenging, often rewarding and, occasionally, scary. The latter was the case last week, when I had the opportunity to talk about my job to four... Read more »
Among the many values struggling to survive in modern life, financial responsibility is of key concern to many Americans. Read more »
Overdoing it is the biggest mistake people make with winter work attire, said Rachael Hammarback owner of R.H. Standard in Grand Forks, N.D. Read more »
Do you judge others based on their money habits? This article explores why it's so easy, when we should do it and when we shouldn't. Read more »
Think back to October. Traditionally, this is a month marked by Halloween costumes and plastic jack-o-lanterns lining store aisles. Read more »
In a new survey, about 38 percent of respondents said they would always answer an after-hours call from the boss, while 17 percent said they sometimes would, 11 percent rarely would and 34 percent... Read more »
David Kwiatkowski's six-month stint at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs medical center was about to end in 2008 when a doctor proposed extending the traveling technician's contract. Don't do it, one... Read more »
As pressure has been growing to hike the minimum wage, President Obama is now taking up the cause. Meanwhile, without great fanfare, two major restaurant chains have taken the first step toward... Read more »
Personal finance guru Dave Ramsey gives advice about paying into 401(k) contributions while getting out of debt. Read more »
The jobless rate dropped to a 5-year low — but that doesn't mean the job market is out of the woods yet. Read more »
Less Americans are filing for unemployment benefits and have neared a six-year low, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Thursday. Read more »
How do you earn respect as a manager when your team members are older and more experienced than you are? Here are some tips that may help. Read more »
Young adults need to start thinking about retirement and taking steps in their 20s — even early 20s, financial experts say. Here are the whys and hows. Read more »
The holiday shopping season kicked off early, as several retailers began offering deals on Thanksgiving Day. Many people complained about the early start and the mad rush for deals — yet they... Read more »
Six out of 10 American workers fear they will lose their jobs due to economic instability, a troubling finding in what is technically the third year of economic recovery, according to a new survey. Read more »
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