On Friday, the government's Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the economy created 175,000 seasonally adjusted jobs in February, with 162,000 of the additions occurring in the private sector. That result exceeded expectations of...Show More Summary
Dutch football manager Ronald Koeman wants to replace Michael Laudrup as Swansea City’s long-term manager. The Feyenoord coach, who last month confirmed that he will step down from his current job this summer, is reportedly keen on a...Show More Summary
TEXAS—Texas has presided over the nation's largest economic boom in a generation. A new report details how numerous Texas cities were on Wallet Hub's ranking of America's best cities for job seekers. Fort Worth was named the nation's number one city for jobs. Show More Summary
Duke University freshman Miriam Weeks, a.k.a. Belle Knox, says her parents are not upset by the fact that she took a side job as a porn star to pay tuition. Weeks, 18, denied a report that her Army doctor dad was heartbroken when heShow More Summary
At SXSW this afternoon, Wall Street Journal editor Geoffrey Fowler interviewed former Journal reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane, who had been an Apple (AAPL) beat reporter and is now putting out a book, “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs,” for Harper Collins. The discussion is basically an exploration of themes discussed in that book. Comment: With [...]
A disappointing report on job openings helped nudge major stock indexes back into the red Tuesday afternoon after a brief upswing in the morning. A thin slate of economic data and corporate financial... To view the full story, click the title link.
Last Friday, the Jobs Report came in stronger than expected causing mortgage rates to tick slightly higher (although they’re still historically low). Mortgage rates are based on mortgage backed securities (bonds) and may change constantly throughout the day. Here are some of the economic indicators scheduled to be released this week, which may impact the […]
The outlook for the economy has been decent of late. On Friday, we got a solid U.S. jobs report, and Chinese policymakers announced their re-commitment to aim for 7.5% growth in 2014. But Mohamed El-Erian is not convinced. In his latest op-ed on FT's "A-List," the outgoing PIMCO boss explains why. Show More Summary
After veteran reporter Joseph Williams lost his job, he could only find employment in a sporting-goods store. In a personal essay, he recalls his struggles with challenges millions of Americans return to day after day.
From the BLS: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary There were 4.0 million job openings on the last business day of January, little changed from December, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.......Quits are generally voluntary separations initiated by the employee. Show More Summary
Heads up! We are just minutes away from the release of the Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey for January. Economists expect job opening climbed to 4.015 million in January, up from the prior print of 3.990 million. The Bureau of...Show More Summary
Janet Yellen, our newly minted Federal Reserve chair, loves herself some JOLTS. The Job Openings and Labor Turnovers Survey (JOLTS) may not get as much attention as the monthly jobs report, but Yellen has cited JOLTS in the past as one of her favorite labor market indicators. Show More Summary
By David Fabian: It's been a while since I addressed the topics of interest rates, tapering, and the impact of these concepts on our investment portfolios. Last week's better than expected jobs report significantly lifted both intermediate and long-term interest rates which gave us a flash back to 2013 as the markets digested the news. Show More Summary
Ogechi Achuko (J.D. 2013, Virginia), Note, The Blame Game: Law Students Sue Their Law Schools for Deceptive Employment Reporting Practices, 20 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 517 (2013): Since the Great Recession, the legal job market has markedly declined leaving many recent law school graduates without employment and frustrated....
The EPI had an interesting chart and comments in its report The Vast Majority of the 5.8 Million Missing Workers Are Under Age 55. Since the start of the Great Recession over six years ago, labor force participation has dropped significantly. Show More Summary
"I have no idea how or why it happened, or why I even tried to do it," reports Joe C., "but while at a summer job, after getting up from my chair to get something from the printer for about the thousandth time, I glanced around, andShow More Summary
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By Cliff Wachtel: Technical, Fundamental Market Drivers And Lessons For The Coming Week And Beyond From The US, Europe, China, For Traders & Investors in Stocks, Forex, Commodities, and Other Global Markets - And Guess Which Energy Producers...Show More Summary
Joe Dominguez is joining Greensboro, NC, FOX affiliate WGHP as a reporter. Dominguez told TVSpy he starts in Mid-March. He had worked for Colorado Springs ABC affiliate KRDO for 12 years. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
The New York Knicks may be about to hire a man to head up their front office who is closing in on 70, has roots in Los Angeles and has never held a front-office job. Ordinarily, this might be the most Knicks move ever under mercurial, meddlesome owner James Dolan, but “ordinarily” hardly fits this […]