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Wages finally show signs of life in biggest jump since 2009

Americans may finally see the benefits of a shrinking labor pool as wages rose at its fastest rate in nine years. It is more positive...

Why decision makers should care about the future of work

"First, we are children to our parents. Then parents to our children. Then parents to our parents. Then children to our children." — Milton Greenblatt The challenge for us...

March jobs report: Hiring pace off target, though record streak continues

We got a weaker than expected headline number from the March jobs report, but a record-setting number in hiring none-the-less. Last month, employers added 103,000...

Nevada looks to apprenticeship programs to build on jobs growth

In her State of Work series for WorkingNation, Executive Producer and Senior Business Correspondent Ramona Schindelheim has a first-hand look at the workforce development...

Could the presidents make it in today’s job market?

There isn't an entry-level position to become the next president of the United States, but all of our commanders-in-chief got their start somewhere before ascending...

January Jobs Report: Economy adds 200K jobs, but there’s opportunity to...

The federal government’s monthly jobs reports are, by nature, data-heavy and the headlines are good. The U.S. economy added 200,000 jobs in January, according to...

Florida Gov. Scott awards state’s first job growth grant for advanced...

Florida Gov. Rick Scott awarded Manatee Technical College in Bradenton with a $201,500 grant which allows the school to expand its program for Advanced...

December Jobs Report: Manufacturing sector finishes the year strong

Employers added 148,000 jobs in December, fewer than expected, but still a strong showing. For all oflast year, 2.1 million workers were added to...

November jobs report: Manufacturing sector leads with solid job growth

For the past few months, it’s been hard to get an accurate read on the U.S. job market. This fall, the unemployment numbers were distorted...

By 2030, automation may force up to 375 million workers to...

The impact automation will have on employment by the year 2030 could fundamentally alter the global workforce and potentially leave up to 375 million individuals...

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