Employers added 187,000 jobs in August, while the unemployemnt rate rose to 3.8%. The data indicates a steady labor market heading into the Labor Day weekend.
U.S. employers added 187,000 jobs in July, a slower but still solid pace of growth, suggesting the Federal Reserve may be able to curb inflation without triggering a recession.
A string of encouraging reports is raising hope about the economy — but worries of a possible recession have not gone away. Here's why.
U.S. employers added 209,000 jobs in June. That's a solid number, but fewer than the month before. Here are the 5 things we took away from the report.
U.S. employers added 209,000 jobs in June, marking another respectable month of job growth, though it was slower than in previous months.
The pandemic was hard on working women, but they've come roaring back into the labor force. The share of working-age women who have jobs or want one hit an all-time high in May.
As the U.S. celebrates its birthday with hot dogs and fireworks, the economy continues to grow, the job market is strong, but inflation and rising interest rates are keeping recession fears alive.
Employers added a whopping 339,000 jobs last month, a stunningly strong number. Here are some of the key takeaways of the country's red hot labor market.
Employers added a whopping 339,000 jobs in May, far above expectations, according to a report from the Labor Department on Friday. The unemployment rate rose to 3.7%, from 3.4% in April.
Daily room cleaning used to be standard in hotels. Now, the union UNITE HERE is fighting to bring that back, as hotels have cut back citing worker shortages and changing guest preferences.