Uncle Sam wants you (and all the other tech workers).
Gotta love the bizarro world of job stats: Hiring is down and layoffs are up, yet unemployment is static. What gives?
Fed-up applicants are letting bots handle their job searches.
Young people in China are navigating a tumultuous labor market with a curious new job title.
Want a new gig? Be prepared for it to take a while.
In the 1920s, AT&T employed hundreds of thousands of people as phone operators. The automation of these jobs affected incumbents and new entrants in different ways.
Arise Virtual Solutions says it isn’t a customer service company, exactly -- it’s a “platform.”
The sudden shift to remote work is having a devastating effect on the multitrillion-dollar office support economy including travel, hotels, dining, and office supplies.
New Jersey’s rickety unemployment system relies on COBOL, whose heyday was decades ago.
Since many factories now require them, factory workers with college degrees are projected to outnumber workers without them in 3 years.
The Dark Overlord, a notorious cybercriminal collective, is posting online job listings now -- and they’re straight out of ‘Office Space.’
A new study proves grads from America’s most prestigious colleges actually earn less than less fancy schools. Take that, Harvard.