The Texas senator gave a rosy assessment of the country's job opportunities as Monday saw the end of key benefit programs.
The president said the economy badly needs Congress to pass his legislative agenda and pointed out that jobs have been created every month of his administration.
According to economists, pandemic-related factors made for the highest hiring numbers ever recorded by the Labor Department.
The firm Littler Mendelson released a survey that found 9 percent of employers are already issuing vaccine mandates for at least some of their workers.
The Thank Your Vet Organization is looking to pay a trio of proud pet owners to wax lyrical about their beloved pooch.
Despite what pundits might have you believe, women stand to make great strides because of the pandemic and are poised to fix many of the workplace's structural issues.
The disgruntled worker listed a host of grievances in the scathing letter, which she signed off with "I quit" in large font.
"Our labor force is healing, our economy is reopening, and people are getting back to work, but we still have a way to go," said Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh.
President Joe Biden's tan suit, worn while he was giving an jobs report on Friday, became a trending topic on Twitter.
The worker branded the Burlington department store "toxic" in a broadcast to customers and co-workers.
In July alone, employers added 943,000 jobs with the unemployment rate falling by 5.4 percent. A large number of the new jobs were in restaurants and hotels.
Researchers said the COVID surge due to the Delta variant is not likely to cause a spike in unemployment because there have been few shutdowns so far.
The employee shared a snap of the typed-out letter sent to all workers, which included capital letters and bold font.
According to Labor Department data, factories have recouped about two-thirds of the 1.4 million manufacturing jobs lost due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The two lucky candidates will wear four watches worth up to $50,000, a new one each week, supplied by HushHush, a "luxury online marketplace."
In response to an unexpected surge in customer demand, businesses are posting job openings faster than they can fill them.
McCormick is looking for their very first "Director of Taco Relations," who will be paid $25,000 a month.
With higher vaccine distribution and mask mandates easing up, some jobs may ask workers to return to the office. But these industries are fine with remote work.
The email was intended to be sent to the store owner instead, and the company has since apologized for the incident in a Facebook Live after the message went viral.
The June report showed a rapidly recovering U.S. economy that was performing better than expected, unlike April's numbers, which fell over 700,000 jobs short of forecasted estimates.
A security system company hiring remote CCTV operators claims their business "provides 24 x 7 x 365 intelligent video-based surveillance and loss prevention services."
Along with a stipend to spend on pizza, the 50 lucky applicants will also get $500 towards travel expenses.
A supplements company is hiring a "chief thirst officer" to promote its brand on social media and will pay the chosen candidate more than $260 a day for two months.