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Continuing jobless claims hit new pandemic-era low, falling below 3 million

The mystery of the missing workers, explained

Jobless claims have settled at elevated levels after steady declines

Job growth is picking up again, but the Delta spike could change that

U.S. labor market likely to add about 500,000 jobs a month -Fed’s Bullard

Target joins Walmart in paying for college for employees; free books also included

Trade union apprenticeships open paths to good-paying careers

Private companies added 330,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, far short of the 653,000 estimate

Fed’s Bowman: ‘More work to be done’ on jobs recovery

What kind of jobs could the infrastructure bill lead to?

The new office return date for some big companies? Try 2022

End of pandemic safety net sends gig workers back to square one

Quantum computing’s next big challenge: A quantum skills shortage

These industries added the most remote jobs during the pandemic, and talent is tight

U.S. hiring may have slowed in July amid COVID surge, data suggests

Americans are willing to take pay cuts to never go into the office again

Why remote work is a big problem for the economy

Employers are losing patience with unvaccinated workers

Law school loses luster as debts mount and salaries stagnate

Facing talent shortage, a manufacturer taps into its German apprenticeship roots