Carrier, the company President Trump pledged to keep on American soil, informed the state of Indiana this week that it will soon begin cutting 632 workers from an Indianapolis factory.
Earning potential isn’t just dependent on snagging a high-paying job. You also need a job in which your wages will continue to grow steadily.
The number of Californians employed in nonfarm jobs actually fell by 16,300 jobs in April, but on a seasonally adjusted basis the unemployment rate ticked down by 0.1 percent.
Local company Affordable Solar is getting creative in an effort to find qualified employees in New Mexico.
About three million American university graduates will enter the job market this year. And with unemployment currently at a 10-year low
Minnesota added 15,100 jobs in April, the most in a month since September 2013, amid a burst of hiring across most sectors of the economy.
Google announced today it’s launching a jobs search engine in the U.S. The service will focus on all types of jobs – from entry-level and service industry positions to high-end professional jobs.
Ford Motor, under pressure from shareholders to cut costs in the face of lower profits and falling share price, could be getting ready to make deep cuts in its worldwide staff.
As reported by Business Insider’s Elena Holodny, 47% of US jobs are at high-risk to be replaced by robots in the next 10 to 20 years.
The good news: Buffalo Niagara is adding jobs at a faster clip than it has in a long time, albeit at a slower pace than the nation as a whole.