Job seekers may find their hunt a little easier over the next few weeks.
Every job is stressful to some extent, but which are the most nerve-racking of all? You may be surprised to learn how some desk jobs stack up with more dangerous jobs in the field.
It's a lot easier to keep a good job than to find another one, especially for the older worker.
More businesses are starting to insource manufacturing jobs rather than outsource them overseas, which should create thousands of new job opportunities for Americans in the next few years.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' latest jobs report, employment rose 176,000 in December with the unemployment rate falling to 8.5% from a revised 8.7% in November.
Here’s how to tell if you’ve gone as far as you can at your current job and what you can do to improve the situation.
If you have a new position lined up for the new year, here’s everything you should keep in mind to ensure changing jobs doesn’t do you more harm than good.
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits rose last week after three weeks of declines to a level consistent with modest gains in hiring.
Most job hunters dread the interview process, but chances are most have never faced questions quite as strange or difficult to answer as these.
Texas leads the way in job creation, thanks to an abundance of energy resources and government spending on military bases in the area.