While unemployment may have dropped during the month of October, Americans are still not feeling the recovery. We help break down the latest BLS report.
Current wage stagnation is a problem that is puzzling even to Economists. Here’s why raising the minimum wage won’t solve it, and only more jobs can.
As the second year of open enrollment for Healthcare.gov is set to begin November 15, 2014, businesses are trying to figure out the best way to mitigate costs. Here’s an update on the current healthcare situation.
Janet Yellen is concerned about the increase in part-time employees; Obamacare may be the cause.
This summer’s jobs reports have seemed promising. So, why is food stamp enrollment higher than it was at the height of the Great Recession?
New Report shows jobs gained during the recovery from the Great Recession pay an average 23% less than the jobs lost, resulting in a estimated $93 billion in lost wages.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in its July Jobs Report today that 17.9 million Americans are unemployed.
Today, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) will release the employment numbers for May 2014.
A new Gallup poll released today showed that unemployment and a dysfunctional government still rank as the top problems among individuals. According to the survey, “Twenty percent of Americans name unemployment or jobs as the most important problem facing the country in May, up from 14% who mentioned these issues in April. Dysfunctional government (19%) and the economy in general (17%) also rank among the top problems.”
A recent Yougov/Economist poll evaluated Americans’ level of skepticism concerning government statistics. It found that 59% of respondents believed there were actually more unemployed people than what the BLS reported.