A new white paper shows some ways the American workforce is already feeling the impact of the Affordable Care Act.
Most of the state's residents don't have coverage for the devastating damage that ruined thousands of homes and businesses.
A new report finds a marked increase in men who took their own lives as the financial crisis took away jobs.
That's compared with 1 in 8 around the world and is just an extension of America's culture of overworking.
A drop in consumer sentiment illustrates the divide between recent gains for the corporate sector and the stalling of the housing and job markets.
They even ask Mom and Dad to sit in on tryouts, and some companies think it's a good idea.
Employees at New York's Herald Square flagship store get raises of $1 to $2 an hour, but they still face erratic schedules.
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