The latest news on employment
The jobless rate sinks to its lowest point since December 2008. That's not necessarily good news.
But Congress and the president are focusing on deficit reduction instead.
The Obama administration is more inclined to public relations than hard-headed pragmatism in dealing with unemployment.
Manufacturing executive Andrew Smith explains why health care and worker’s compensation are responsible for the industry’s decline.
Construction dragged growth down last month, and health care reform may also slow job growth.
Changing curriculum standards and demographics are driving demand for teachers in various specialties.
Healthcare jobs dominate among the highest-paid jobs in the nation.
Hair washers, fast food cooks, and ushers take home less than half the average annual wage.
NPR'S characterization of federal disability programs is highly misleading.
American workers are either too smart or not smart enough for available jobs.