WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Employers stepped up hiring a bit in May in a show of economic resilience that suggests the Federal Reserve could begin to scale back its monetary stimulus later this year. Full story
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Minneapolis now has the 3rd lowest unemployment rate of any metro area in the U.S. Weather Channel's Janel Klein offers insight, as well as a walk around the city.
Stocks fell after Friday’s jobs report that the U.S. created about 88,000 non-farm jobs in March, well below February’s 254,000 increase. Although the unemployment rate edged down, it was in part because people either stopped looking for work or took part-time jobs. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
According to the latest jobs report, the US economy added 88,000 jobs in March and the unemployment rate is at 7.6 percent. Martin Feldstein, Harvard University economics professor, offers his reaction.
Nell Merline and CJ Scarlet discuss their mission to change the female veteran unemployment rate in America by giving the 1.8 million women vets the tools they need to go from the battlefield to the boss.
Despite a drop in the jobless rate, and a soaring stock market, the number of Americans on food stamps continues to rise. Guy Benson, TownHall.com and Emily Sussman, Former Young Democrats of America executive director, discuss.
Evanthia Bouza, 24, who studied English literature and has been looking for a job for the past three years, poses for a photograph behind a fence at an outdoor basketball field in the Chalandri suburb of northern Athens June 6, 2013. Greece's jobless rate rose again in March, reflecting the pain of
Evanthia Bouza, 24, who studied English literature and has been looking for a job for the past three years, poses for a photograph in front of graffiti in the Chalandri suburb of northern Athens June 6, 2013. Greece's jobless rate rose again in March, reflecting the pain of a crippling recession aft
A man looks at adverts posted in the window of a recruitment agency in London March 14, 2012. Britain's unemployment rate held at a 16-year high in the three months to January and the youth unemployment rate rose to a record high, piling pressure on the government to introduce policies to boost grow