Everyone should have a rainy-day fund, typically enough for six to 12 months' expenses. But what if you need it for much longer?
As Congress goes back and forth over how to create more jobs, we break down the ideas that are on the table and how they could help you.
Layoffs aren't slowing as fast as some analysts had expected.
Take a look at some of the biggest strikes in America over the last couple years.
February snowstorms could cost as many as 150,000 jobs, at least temporarily. Here’s why.
The U.S. is likely to average 95,000 more jobs each month this year, while personal savings will remain high, according to a White House report.
Republicans sparred with President Obama over proposals to create jobs, further evidence of the difficulty of bipartisan solutions to the nation's problems.
Here, by the numbers, are some more details you can find deep in the employment report.
The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to 9.7% in January from 10% a month earlier. Is it a sign that the economy is improving or just a temporary surge?