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Racial disparities have reduced Black life expectancy and left more than 3 million Black families in the US with a negative net worth, warns a new McKinsey report


Nearly 300,000 foreign workers have left the country. It has left a gaping hole in the jobs market.


The unemployment rate fell to 5.1% in May, the ABS says, with overall employment now higher than pre-pandemic levels



From permanent work-from-home models to full-scale returns, companies like Amazon, Twitter, and Goldman Sachs are pursuing different office policies as restrictions ease


Amazon prioritized finding 'wicked smart' college grads for management roles over promoting hourly workers within the ranks, according to a new report


From $2,000 sign-on bonuses to free hotel rooms and even iPhones, companies like McDonald's, Amazon, and JBS are finding creative ways to lure in new hires amid the labor shortage



A Nantucket restaurant is considering hiring 8th graders because of the lack of available workers amid the US labor shortage


Small supermarket chains desperate for new staff are offering sign-on bonuses of up to $2,000


Global stocks waver near record highs with US inflation data in focus, as bitcoin rebounds from its 10% slump


A $15 minimum wage would cause fast-food chains to raise prices or put workers out of jobs, a former McDonald's CEO said


The number of new Australian job ads keeps on climbing. It could have 'implications' for interest rates, according to ANZ.


Here's why states like Maine, Utah, and the Dakotas are being hardest hit by the labor shortage



Teen employment could hit record highs in 2021 as US business owners flock to hire young workers in a tight labor market


Workers are 'rage quitting' their jobs as a tightening labor market forces employers to take note of unfavorable conditions and low pay


Women's employment is moving in the right direction, but it hasn't turned a corner yet


The GOP said enhanced unemployment benefits were stopping folks from taking jobs. The US saw sharp payroll growth last month anyway.



The US labor shortage could last months, the Federal Reserve said. It's already causing some companies to limit production and slash operating hours.


4 in 5 local pharmacies can't find enough workers to deliver prescriptions and run the cash register, according to an industry report


GOP states cutting $300 unemployment benefits early will cost local economies $12 billion because people will have less money to spend, a bipartisan congressional committee said


Nearly 40% of workers would consider quitting if their bosses made them return to the office full-time, a new survey shows