No degree? No experience? No problem! Many are still surprised to hear that US companies are struggling to find workers in an increasingly tight labor market – and as a result, many are making offers to candidates (white- and blue-collar workers alike) who lack skills or experience consider...
Earlier today, President Obama rolled out his plan for increasing overtime pay protections for millions of American workers. The president and others have argued that if more workers get bigger paychecks, they will spend more and fuel wider economic growth. Yet opponents charge that this will promp...
While many have cheered the economic recovery, many analysts have reminded us that our celebration may be premature. A close look at the data reveals that the U.S. economy has created over four times the number of part-time jobs compared to full-time jobs the previous year; and recent reports issues...
Today, more and more workers are struggling to get by on the minimum wage: young adults are increasingly moving back in with their parents; parents are forced to make decisions between paying rent and buying groceries; and a record number of workers are taking on second and even third jobs just to s...