The US labor market keeps getting stronger.
The US job market is about as good as it gets. How much longer can that last?
The January jobs report is due out on Friday, and the longest government shutdown in history has left experts guessing what the numbers will look like.
It was one of the most striking findings of 2016: The share of workers in "alternative" work arrangements, such as Uber drivers and other independent contractors, had risen dramatically over the previous decade.
Americans got another positive jobs report on Friday -- but it was full of warning signs that the economy is beginning to stutter.
With the unemployment rate at its lowest level in nearly 50 years, American workers are finally starting to see their paychecks grow a little faster.
The last time the American job market was this strong, astronauts were still going to the moon.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders issued a rare correction Tuesday night after falsely declaring that President Donald Trump has created three times as many jobs for African-American workers as former President Barack Obama did during his two terms in office.
The job market keeps pumping out jobs.
CareerCast identified 10 of the best jobs for the "gig economy," giving independent workers some insight into what fields they might consider.
A record number of people have jobs, and companies are struggling to fill positions. But workers still aren't getting raises.
Google's employee attrition rates are highest for black and Hispanic employees.
With unemployment near historic lows, there seems to be just one missing piece in the economic recovery: Wage growth.
The black unemployment rate fell to 5.9% in May — the lowest since the government started keeping track in 1972.
How low can we go?
About an hour before the Labor Department released its closely watched jobs number Friday, President Donald Trump was already talking up the results.
American businesses can't hire workers fast enough.
It's been a volatile week for the US economy, but it should end with good news.
Tens of thousands of low-income Arkansas residents will have to start working in June if they want to keep their Medicaid benefits.
Black unemployment is near an all-time low, but that only tells part of the story.
GoPro is killing its drone business, slashing 20% of its staff and is reportedly exploring a possible sale of the company after reporting weak demand for its products.
Summer jobs were once a rite of passage for American teens, but a new report shows that this tradition is on the decline as fewer and fewer teens enter the workforce.
The gig economy may be bigger than you think.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development released February 2017 unemployment statistics Wednesday, showing unemployment numbers either remaining steady or declining in 32 of Wisconsin's largest cities year-to-year; Beloit was one of only two that saw an increase.