WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of job openings fell in April but more workers quit their jobs during the month, a potential sign of confidence in the nation's plodding labor market recovery. Full story
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bounce back in vacant retail positions lifted the number of jobs open in the United States in January, but the overall tone continued to point to only a moderate improvement in the labor market. Full story
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports there's a growing frustration trying to fill job openings in the second and third shifts, despite an eight percent unemployment rate.
A "help wanted" sign is viewed in the window of a store in New York City.