The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a solid labor market.
New applications for unemployment benefits rose last week to their highest level since February, suggesting some slowdown in the labor market recovery.
A 20-something racks up debt pursuing a dream career - and now needs pointers on how to dig out while living on an irregular income.
In the 20 years since trade schools started popping up on U.S. stock exchanges, allegations of misconduct have been rampant. New rules seek to change that.
Private employers added 237,000 jobs in June, suggesting further improvement in the jobs market which may allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.
Is TaskRabbit Your Lemonade Stand on steroids? Previously unemployed or underemployed people are making big bucks each month on sharing economy sites.
Veterans on the brink of homelessness can now turn to the VA's Homeless Veterans Community Employment Services for assistance in finding stable jobs.
Rick Goings, CEO of Tupperware Brands, said the best piece of advice he ever received came from a Navy officer, and has helped him better lead his company.
Short-term, skills-based courses offer new higher education alternatives that could challenge, or neatly supplement, a college degree.
Employers tend to offer more professional development courses in the summer, and you should take advantage of every opportunity.
Here are three common errors on social media that can keep job seekers from getting hired and get employees fired.
Mark Cuban is known for being outspoken and often shares his thoughts on personal finance. Here's money advice that you can put into action today.
Everybody wants to hire stars. But StumbleUpon CEO Mark Bartels isn't looking for people who shine alone. Here's what he's looking for in a job candidate.
With the clock ticking on your time at work, you need to advance your retirement plans. Here's what you need to do before punching out for the last time.
In today's culture of overwork, colleagues are impressed by the employee who pulls all-nighters and leaves family events -- productivity-boosting or not.
U.S. companies stepped up hiring in May, evidence that employers remain confident in the economy even after it contracted at the start of the year.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but remained at levels consistent with a strengthening labor market.
In this time of celebration and uncertainty for college graduates, one rule should reign supreme when making money decisions: the less than 50 percent rule.
As a young adult graduating as a member of the class of 2015, you have a tremendous opportunity to become a multimillionaire. But time isn't on your side.
More than two-thirds of retired middle-income boomers wish they'd worked longer, and some have jobs in retirement -- but maybe not for the reason you think.