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  1. Press: Where did your pay raise go? It may have become a bonus
    The recent stock market rumpus has been set off in part by fears that a tight labor market and quickening wage growth are a foretaste of higher inflation and interest rates. But sustained raises for… | Feb 12, 2018
  2. Press: Trump administration says states may impose Medicaid work requirements
    The Trump administration issued guidance to states that will allow them to compel people to work or prepare for jobs in order to receive Medicaid for the first time in the half-century history of this… | Jan 11, 2018
  3. Press: Companies accused of using Facebook ads to exclude older Americans
    Three workers and a large union sued T-Mobile, Amazon, Facebook, and other corporations on Wednesday, accusing them of using Facebook’s ad targeting tools to exclude older Americans from job opportunities. The lawsuit takes issue with… | Dec 21, 2017
  4. Press: Robots could replace nearly a third of U.S. workforce by 2030
    Over the next 13 years, the rising tide of automation will force as many as 70 million workers in the United States to find another way to make money, a new study from the global consultancy… | Dec 01, 2017
  5. Press: Toys R Us plans to hire thousands of seasonal workers despite bankruptcy
    Toys R Us Inc. said Thursday that it plans to again hire thousands of part-time workers nationwide for the holiday shopping season despite the toy chain’s bankruptcy filing this week. The company did not specify… | Sep 22, 2017
  6. Press: Amazon encuentra un equilibrio entre robots y empleados
    A finales del año pasado, Nissa Scott comenzó a trabajar en el almacén cavernoso de Amazon ubicado al sureste de Nueva Jersey, apilando contenedores de plástico del tamaño de un banco pequeño. Scott dice que no era… | Sep 17, 2017
  7. Press: U.S. employers struggle to match workers with open jobs
    There are a record number of jobs open in the United States, but matching the unemployed with the right job is difficult. One problem is that companies are posting openings with required qualifications that aren't… | Sep 01, 2017
  8. Press: Stay-at-home parents: Go back to work when your nest is empty
    An empty nest may lead some stay-at-home parents to look forward to their spouse's retirement and the opportunity to spend more time together. However, experts say there can be significant financial benefits to heading back… | Aug 25, 2017
  9. Press: Hire women your mom’s age
    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly half — 48.8 percent — of women aged 55 to 64 are among the long-term unemployed. | Aug 08, 2017
  10. Press: Democrats want to break up all kinds of big business
    Democrats have a new message for American workers: Giant corporations are holding back the economy by cutting back on investment and hiring, and the party is going to put a stop to it. | Jul 25, 2017
  11. Press: Condado de L.A. planea darles empleo a personas con historial criminal, dicen tener buenas excusas
    La meta es darles a las personas más marginadas por la sociedad una segunda oportunidad. Esta es la conclusión de dos mociones que los supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles aprobó a favor de los… | Jul 12, 2017
  12. Press: El sector tecnológico en Estados Unidos valora el talento sobre los títulos universitarios
    Hace unos años, Sean Bridges vivía en la casa de su madre, Linda, en Virginia Occidental. Su única fuente de ingresos era el cheque mensual de discapacidad que Linda recibe por parte del seguro social… | Jul 03, 2017
  13. Press: ¿Busca trabajo y no tiene red social en Internet? Buena suerte
    El 43% de quienes buscan potenciales candidatos no ve con buenos ojos no tener presencia en la Red El perfil que los trabajadores trazan en las redes sociales es seguido no solo por amigos, familiares… | Jul 03, 2017
  14. Press: How a rising minimum wage affects jobs in seattle
    Three years ago, Seattle became one of the first jurisdictions in the nation to embrace a $15-an-hour minimum wage, to be phased in over several years. Over the past week, two studies have purported to… | Jun 27, 2017
  15. Press: Google ahora también busca empleos
    El gigante de Internet refina las ofertas de trabajo Google es un buscador y una de las búsquedas más populares, además de parejas y direcciones, son las de empleo. Por ello, se ha puesto manos… | Jun 20, 2017
  16. Press: How much you would need to afford rent in your state
    There is nowhere in this country where someone working a full-time minimum wage job could afford to rent a two-bedroom apartment, according to an annual report released Thursday documenting the gap between wages and the… | Jun 09, 2017
  17. Press: Los errores más comunes en las entrevistas de trabajo y cómo corregirlos
    Han pasado días desde tu entrevista de trabajo y nadie te ha llamado o enviado un correo electrónico. Posteriormente, te enteras de que alguien más fue contratado para la vacante. Estabas seguro de que habías… | Jun 07, 2017
  18. Press: States with more black people have less generous welfare benefits
    How much cash welfare assistance families in poverty receive largely depends on where they live, with welfare eroding in every state except Oregon over the last 20 years, according to a new study by the… | Jun 06, 2017
  19. Press: Is AI the end of jobs or a new beginning?
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is advancing so rapidly that even its developers are being caught off guard. | Jun 02, 2017
  20. Press: Amazon to share new building with homeless shelter in Seattle
    Amazon will give roughly half of the six-story building to the shelter, providing it with 47,000 square feet of space with private rooms that can hold 65 families, or about 220 people and their pets.… | May 10, 2017
  21. Press: You’re not getting a raise and nobody knows why
    The economy today has almost everything experts look for as a sign of health — new jobs are popping up around the country, the unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level in a decade,… | May 10, 2017
  22. Press: New bill prohibiting New York City employers from asking salary of candidates (Chinese)
    【新唐人2017年05月05日讯】接下来看到薪资方面,从今年十月开始,在纽约市如果雇主询问员工以前的薪资历史,将会是违法的。 | May 05, 2017
  23. Press: A new idea for filling hard-to-fill health-care jobs: Ex-offenders
    With unemployment falling and workers hard to find, a growing number of health-care employers are following Johns Hopkins’s lead and giving people with criminal records a second chance — hiring them mainly into entry-level jobs… | May 02, 2017
  24. Press: Faulty background check prompts class action lawsuit
    When Michele Petry found out that she wouldn't be hired for a nursing job last March, she was shocked to find out why. The employment background report, conducted by Indianapolis-based IDE Management, revealed that Petry had multiple felonies… | Apr 25, 2017
  25. Press: Trump saved carrier jobs; these workers weren’t as lucky
    During Mr. Trump’s campaign, the fate of more than 2,000 Carrier jobs that the company wanted to move to Mexico from Indiana, including those in Huntington, were Exhibit A in his attacks on the free-trade… | Apr 22, 2017
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