2018 has been a banner year for the job market. A big question for 2019 is whether this long recovery will end during the year. The more important question is whether the end—whenever it comes—will be graceful or ugly.
There's little common ground on how Republicans and Democrats view the labor market and what policies they support, according to new survey findings. But when rating their own personal circumstances, the big divide is not partisan loyalties, but likelihood to vote.
Looking for a new job? You may have more bargaining power in your upcoming job hunt than you might expect.
As the labor market has tightened, employers in some sectors are advertising increased hours in new job listings in an apparent bid to attract workers.
Retail trade had a strong first half of the year, but has slowed down in recent months.
September Jobs Report Preview: Which Industries Have Prospered in the Decade Since the Financial Crisis?
September marked the tenth anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers. The country plunged into the […]