The latest news on employment
What one economist thinks the unemployment filings mean for the future.
The unemployment rate makes headlines, but economic analyst says look elsewhere.
Obama, McCain, Pelosi, and Boehner all have plans for job creation.
With little notice, the employment picture has become bleak.
Even bullish economists expect continued problems in the labor market.
U.S. payrolls continue to shed jobs. September losses were worst since March 2003.
Survey finds more hiring managers will skip seasonal hires, while others will drop the volume.
Today's selection of timely reports.
$700 billion won't buy much immediate relief.
After years of leaning, layoffs, downsizing, and right-sizing, many of the country's largest companies have cut enough.