Reductions part of long-sought civil service overhaul
Video Games, Student Debt, Drugs, and Welfare
How far humanity has come! In particular, the very meaning of work has been redefined, vastly for the better, and only very recently in human history.
In light of today's visit by President-elect Trump to Indiana to take credit for saving some 1,100 Carrier jobs from being offshored to Mexico, a recurring question is what was the Trump quid to Carrier's pro quo to get the deal done.
As another round of coordinated minimum wage protests occurred the other day around the country, the consequences of minimum wage hikes -- including lost jobs, reduced hours, and business closures -- are playing out in real time.
Lucid Motors, which is gearing up to unveil its first electric model, announced its selection of Casa Grande, Arizona as the site for its first EV factory.
Conventional wisdom says that students need a four-year degree to make it in today's economy. But do the numbers back that up?
Union unaware company decided to keep model at Kentucky plant Ford sees Trump pursuing policies to aid U.S. competitiveness
TAIPEI -- iPhones might one day soon carry "Made in America" labels.
Silicon Valley is chock full of Technocrats who worship science and technology as they eschew legitimate political discourse. After all, the scientific engineering of society is best left to them only. Individual citizens are viewed as pesky obstacle
Investors believe it is "inevitable" that artificial intelligence will destroy millions of jobs and that governments are unprepared for such an impact, according to a survey published on Thursday.
The United States lost 9,000 manufacturing jobs in October while gaining 19,000 jobs in government, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
"Consider the reality of today's job market. We have a massive skills gap. Even with record unemployment, millions of skilled jobs are unfilled because no one is trained or willing to do them.
(CNSNews.com) - The United States lost 9,000 manufacturing jobs in October while gaining 19,000 jobs in government, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
With each passing week the level of homelessness in New York City continues to surge to new record highs.
As they push to hire 1,000 new agents, the Secret Service is running into an unexpected problem.
Because men, on average, make 14 to 18 percent more than women for the same work, women left their places of employment at 2:38 PM.
If you've been waiting for Google to bring high-speed Internet to your city, don't hold your breath.
IIn July, Simone Margaritelli, an Italian security researcher, boarded a Boeing 777 in Rome headed for Dubai, a city now billing itself as a tech startup hub.
Another intensive hand-crafted industry is about to be taken over by robot automation. No national or global dialogue has yet taken place to discuss the desirability of destroying labor markets, or what to do when they are destroyed. Technocrats focu
John Boehner, the retired speaker of the House, is monetizing his decades of political relationships and cashing out to serve some of the most powerful special interests in the world.
The global food system is changing radically as high-tech robots are put into service for every conceivable job. The giant corporate farm will finally be able to drive small farmers completely out of business in the process. ? TN Editor
The company has overhauled their workforce with automated machinery producing record units
Trying to find efficiencies and synergies to save $1.7 billion.