The Suntech Power unit is an apparent victim of overexpansion, even as the sun forms a growing part of the energy sector.
Companies are hiring again and Robert Half is benefiting from changes in the labor market worldwide.
Sequester budget cuts are about to hit small and regional facilities nationwide. Pilots will have to fend for themselves.
After tacking on $100,000 in debt, they often need to spend thousands to find a university job, sometimes for years.
A new study finds an alarming connection between coronary disease and work that's overly stressful.
While labor costs rise in Asia, US inmates are paid less than the minimum wage.
Positive tests in pre-employment screening have risen 5.7% since 2007. Will states with legalized marijuana see higher numbers?
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