In all of U.S. history, we have never seen a spike in unemployment like we are witnessing right now.
- 10 Million Americans Have Filed For Unemployment In Past 2 Weeks
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday that there can be no more quarantine measures imposed on the country than those already in place to combat coronavirus because jobs are being destroyed and the poor are suffering disproportionately.
49 Percent Of U.S. Companies Expect Layoffs "In The Next Three Months" As Unemployment Heads To Great Depression Levels
Millions of Americans already have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus crisis and the worst of the damage is yet to come, according to a Federal Reserve estimate.
Acknowledging the enormous threat to jobs and incomes posed by the coronavirus epidemic, the Federal Reserve on March 23 pledged to use "its full range of authorities to provide powerful support for the flow of credit to American families and busin
On Monday, dozens of Amazon workers at a New York fulfillment center walked out around lunchtime and conducted a strike to raise awareness of the company's lack of safety protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it appears the leader of the strike
That's a huge concern as forecasters expect the U.S. unemployment rate in the months to come to surpass that seen during the depths of the Great Depression.
Amazon employees in New York City began their walkout over pandemic working conditions Monday as Instacart and Whole Foods workers also threatened to strike.
Former Guardian writer Melanie Phillips describes her journey from "fantasy to reality" on why she left the political left. Phillips is interviewed by The Sun's Steven Edginton for the weekly series of 'Burning Questions'. Phillips describes her expe
-days after primetime host was put on hiatus for saying coronavirus was a 'scam to impeach Trump'
Update (1500ET): A top U.S. regulator is exploring whether to throw a lifeline to mortgage servicers stressed by the coronavirus pandemic by tapping a program meant to address natural disasters.
-because 'the president is protecting people' with checks in three weeks - as crippled economy's jobless total reaches 3.3 million
And "Jobless Filings Are Growing Geometrically"
...at least I hope they do.
Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada will not avoid a temporary production stop.
Those living paycheck to paycheck are the first to lose their jobs and have hours cut. They are justifiably worried.
Whether you think the global pandemic is "just the flu" or you realize it's the real deal, one thing is difficult to debate " many Americans are already feeling the economic pain being caused by the outbreak and the measures taken to stop it.
As America slowly but surely shuts down from coast to coast, everyone is acknowledging the fact that we are heading into a very serious economic downturn.
(Reuters) - Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) has told employees it lowered the number of workers at its California vehicle factory to comply with government guidelines to curb the spread of coronavirus, as Chief Executive Elon Musk said the company may start produ
The pandemic ripple effect continues across the food and beverage server industry, as more and more major cities across the nation - including some states - declare 'health emergency' status and order the shutting of all dining and bar locations.
The Coronavirus Collapse Is Here: Get Ready For The U.S. Unemployment Rate To Hit 20 Percent (Or Higher)
Remote work has grown 91 percent over the last decade--and for good reason.
Donald Trump wants to send cash to Americans suffering from the coronavirus crisis immediately he said at the White House Tuesday.
...and these 8 business leaders say you don't need a college degree to be successful
When you think of Tulsa, Oklahoma, you may not think it's becoming a hotbed for coworking spaces filled with young professionals working remotely. The landlocked city with a population of about 400,000 people is often referred to as the "Oil Capital
While it's too early to write an obituary post for GE, certainly this iconic American company and once darling on Wall Street has stumbled towards the brink of failure.
A New Hampshire police chief stripped down to his underwear and walked home in the middle of a snowstorm after his position was eliminated by the town's selectboard.
One of the silliest and most obnoxious make-work laws on the books may soon be the law in Illinois. Maybe soon in your state, too.
It's a new decade and women now hold more jobs than men. But they also still hold onto the majority of household duties.