Recent economic reports haven’t confirmed fears of an abrupt spring slowdown.
Is the economy on a winning streak, relatively speaking? This week’s jobs report might provide some clues.
The unemployment rate among older workers is low and older people are working longer, but if you’re one of the older jobless, finding work is tough.
A new survey found that 1 in 7 people with poor credit weren’t hired because of their credit history.
Chief economists from the nation’s largest banks look for growth to accelerate modestly in the second half of this year.
The jobs report wasn’t as bad as people expected — but don’t start jumping up and down just yet.
Where would you draw the line on income when it comes to receiving unemployment benefits?
The unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to 7.8 percent, the lowest level in nearly four years. Good news for the president. Not so good for borrowers.
A court says severance pay isn’t subject to FICA taxes. That’s good news for laid off workers, but the final decision will probably come from the Supreme Court.
People who lose their jobs when they are 55 and older have trouble finding a new one and often spend up their retirement savings while they look.