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Big U.S. companies form group to boost hiring of minorities in New York

Small firms die quietly, leaving thousands of failures uncounted

Millennials slammed by second financial crisis fall even further behind

US employers post more jobs in June, pull back on hiring

Nervous freshmen, nervous colleges

Job gains will slow in months ahead, labor experts fear

Here are five charts illustrating U.S. economic trends amid the coronavirus pandemic

More than 80,000 airline workers face furloughs as COVID-19 devastates industry

The reality of the US jobs rebound: Part-time work and less pay

Months into recession, Fed’s Main Street loan program is at a crossroads

Without $600 weekly benefit, unemployed face bleak choices

For many workers, getting traction in the job market may require new skills.

Loss of $600-a-week unemployment boost leaves many Americans in a precarious state

U.S. adds 1.8 million jobs in a sign that hiring has slowed

COVID-19 pandemic triggers wave of long-term unemployment

Nearly half of people in the U.S. have not participated in remote training despite most businesses mandating remote work since March 2020

Gone for good? Evidence signals many jobs aren’t coming back

Not only were low-wage jobs hurt most by the pandemic, they’re least likely to come back

1.2 million seek jobless aid after $600 federal check ends

U.S. hiring slowed dramatically in July as COVID-19 cases surged, ADP report says