Nonfarm payrolls grew by 223,000 in April, slightly less than the 230,000 economists predicted.
April layoff numbers were the highest since May 2012, reports Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Private-sector businesses added fewer jobs in April than analysts expected, and nonfarm productivity fell for the second quarter in a row.
Nonfarm U.S. payrolls added only 126,000 jobs in March, more than 100,000 less than economists predicted.
Pichette says he wants to "enjoy a perfectly fine midlife crisis full of bliss and beauty" — after Google finds a new CFO.
A case in point is Dropbox and its new finance chief, Vanessa Wittman.
While serving on a board is often thought of as a late-career event, if you don't start working toward it much sooner it likely won't happen.
Executives are forecasting only moderate growth in their full-time employee base, despite forecasts of robust revenue growth.
U.S. companies laid off 483,171 workers last year, a 5% decrease from 2013 and the lowest total since 1997.
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