The latest news on employment
The month of May brought mixed news on the jobs front.
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We need a long-term plan for helping the jobless, not ad hockery and political vitriol.
When workers drop out of the labor force, it affects more than the workers themselves.
Practically nobody gets a pay hike anymore just for showing up.
5 bright spots in the economic data
Some 2.14 million out of work Americans will have lost their benefit checks.
We’re stuck in a cycle of mutual discouragement.
The latest unemployment benefits extension has faced a spending-wary Congress.
Jobs growth appears limited to temporary positions with the U.S. census.