Private Sector Jobs Growth Six Times Worse Than Expected in JulyA rise in coronavirus cases in the U.S. suggests that the hoped for V-shaped economic recovery still has far to go.
From Jobs to Voting Booths, Accessibility Should be the Default in AmericaThirty years ago today, the Americans with Disabilities Act was finally enshrined into law. But so much work remains to be done.
Buy American? Let's Buy a Future for American WorkersSimply "buying American" is not enough.
Jobless Rise, COVID-19 Wave Raise Stakes in $600 Unemployment Bonus DebateAs coronavirus cases surge further jobs are under threat, with an unemployment benefit boost set to come to an end.
$600 Unemployment Benefit End Date is Sooner Than You ThinkThe CARES Act that has seen unemployed Americans received an enhanced benefit of $600 a week will expire at the end of July—but payments will end sooner.
Kellyanne Conway Says Biden 'Plagiarized' Trump on 'Buy American' PlanKellyanne Conway said she thought Biden realized it was a popular idea because it's in part, how Trump got elected in 2016.
Economists Say U.S. Faces Long Recovery Despite Historic June Jobs NumbersJob growth is always a positive thing, but economists warned America is far from over the unemployment slump caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Jobless Claims Near 40 Million as All 50 States Start ReopeningNew data published by the Department of Labour on Thursday revealed that 2.4 million workers filed jobless claims in the week ending May 16.
American Bus Companies Hold Rolling Rally in Washington, Call for BailoutThe rally, organized by motorcoach industry groups, will pass the U.S. Capitol before circling the National Mall in Washington.
When Will Walmart Bonuses Be Paid? Employees to Get $300 EachThe CEO of Walmart U.S. said: "Walmart and Sam's Club associates continue to do remarkable work, and it's important we reward and appreciate them."
Almost All Job Growth From Great Recession Recovery Has Now Been Wiped OutThe nation's unemployment rate is the worst since the Great Depression, hitting 14.7 percent for April.
20 Percent of U.S. Labor Force File Jobless Claims Over Seven WeeksThe Department of Labor released new figures showing another 3.1 million Americans filed initial jobless claims last week.
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