Last week the Labor Department announced that the U.S. unemployment rate crept up to 4 percent in June, but for promising reasons, as hundreds of thousands more Americans sought work. In fact, for the first time in recorded history, the number of job openings is now greater than the number of people...
There was a drop in U.S. employment numbers in September, marking the first time in seven years that we’ve experienced backsliding. This comes as a result of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma leaving displaced workers temporarily unemployed and delayed hiring – yet another indication that the storms hu...
For many kids who grow up on the farm, "learning to drive" means learning to operate a tractor or other farm machinery even before driving a car. Tractors are central to family farm life, and for this reason advocacy groups and members of Congress have responded critically to recent proposals from ...