Unemployment Dips to Lowest Level in 50 Years
A second straight month of strong U.S. job growth is "further evidence that February’s paltry 56,000 increase in jobs was an aberration."
December Jobs Report Assuages Investors
But the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% as more U.S. workers joined the labor force.
Wages Finally React to Labor Market Tightening
July's robust increase in wages, the best since 2009, could prompt the Fed to raise rates more sharply in the closing months of 2018.
Unemployment Falls To Lowest Levels Since Dot-Com Boom
The economy added 223,000 jobs in May. About 120,000 are needed to keep up with growth in the working-age population.
Wanted: A Hands-On CFO
Publicly held U.S. Concrete hunts for a finance chief that actually wants to do finance.
U.S. Employers Add Only 98,000 Jobs in March
Unemployment fell to a near 10-year low, suggesting the sharp drop in job growth does not reflect the underlying strength of the labor market.
Trump Praises Wal-Mart, GM for U.S. Job Moves
The retailer and automaker join a parade of U.S. companies that have been touting their commitment to domestic job creation.
Wages Post Biggest Gain Since Recession
Average hourly wages rose 2.9% in December, suggesting the economic recovery is finally translating into gains for workers.
Job Market Posts Second Straight Strong Gain
Following the solid job growth in June, the July report suggests the labor market remains a bright spot for the U.S. economy.
Companies Seek to Acquire and Hire
Slow growth is piquing interest in M&A but hindering efforts to fill key positions, according to the latest Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.