After all the corporate bloodletting, the job numbers are hardly surprising
The unemployment rate hit 7.6 percent last month, the highest level since 1992.
The Labor Department's report shows employers picking up the pace of layoffs.
These are some of the trickiest workplace conversations, but it's important not to hide.
The unemployed can go to college free at a growing number of schools.
Examining the December 2008 state-by-state unemployment rates.
Some guesses about when the economy will hit its low point--and start to rebound
Food poisoning traced to source; unemployed and shopping for COBRA; parenting tips for the MySpace era.
Hefty COBRA health insurance premiums squeeze unemployment checks, but there are other options.
A sector-by-sector look at the job losses of last year.