Despite a tepid start in May, summer hiring of 16- to 19-year olds is outpacing 2015.
But only 19% of IT organizations are planning to cut staffing levels, says Computer Economics.
Initial claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level since April, 259,000.
The summer jobs season for teens started slowly last month, as employment among 16- to 19-year-olds increased by only 156,000.
Nineteen percent of business executives surveyed by the AICPA say their organizations are ready to hire immediately, up from 15% last quarter.
The state says Domino's Pizza workers at some franchises were underpaid because a payroll system undercounted the hours they worked.
Credit Suisse accelerated its cost-cutting efforts as adverse market conditions led to a huge drop in revenue for the investment bank's global markets…
Inflation pressures remained modest, despite a 2.2%, 12-month increase in core prices.
Revenue and operating income for U.S. restaurants will increase more than expected, said Moody’s Investors Service in upgrading its industry…
Labor Department data show a jobs market that appears unwavering in its strength.