Canada’s jobs machine is chugging along nicely even as the nation’s economy appears to be losing a step.
The State Labor Department released the November unemployment rates Thursday. The statistics show an overall improvement from a year ago, but unemployment rose in certain areas.
The real priority of both the lame duck session and the new Congress should be creating jobs.
More than 5,000 unemployed New Yorkers will get temporary jobs through a $27 million federal grant, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday.
City Council members hope to amend local laws to remove one potential road block in the hiring process: poor credit reports.
Over 50,000 jobs were added in September across the nation.
Private sector employment rose by 5,000 in New York City from May to June, according to statistics released by the New York City Economic Development Corporation this weekend.
The city’s public workforce will decrease by an estimated 1,697 employees this year, according to a budget analysis by the Independent Budget Office.
A slowdown in U.S. job growth sent Wall Street tumbling Friday and undercut the economic momentum President Barack Obama was hoping to bring to the official launch of his [...]
Canada saw its largest gain in employment numbers since 2008 in March, Statistics Canada reported Thursday.