New York City’s unemployment rate crept up from 8.8 percent in December to 9.1 percent in January, according to statistics released by the State Labor Department on Thursday.
The Great Recession has produced one thin silver lining for some of the nation’s unemployed: the opportunity to serve others.
Nearly one-half of college graduates in the United States are overqualified for their jobs, working at places that do not require a four-year college education.
The United Nations on Tuesday warned that an estimated 5.1 million more people will be out of a job in 2013, with the hardest-hit demographic being young people.
The U.S. employment situation for December 2012 has not changed since September 2012, hovering around the official rate of 7.8 percent, according to the Jan. 4 Bureau of Labor [...]
Figures for jobless households in Ireland are twice the European average, according to a report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) released this week.
A budget expert said that fiscal cliff negotiations to cut domestic discretionary spending are bad for poor people and the economy.
Swedish youths are encouraged by employment officers to find work in Norway to battle Sweden’s high youth unemployment rate. Once in Norway, they do unskilled labor that [...]
Some of Canada’s highly trained physicians remain unemployed after finishing their education, says the Royal College.
Over 50,000 jobs were added in September across the nation.