by Alan Pyke Feb 4, 2016
Politicians should stop letting the shiny bauble of corporate relocations guide their budget policy, research suggests, and focus instead of supporting the home-grown firms that deliver nearly all job growth.
by Bryce Covert Jan 8, 2016
Analysts had expected 200,000 jobs to be added.
by Bryce Covert Dec 4, 2015
211,000 jobs were added but wages only rose 0.2 percent.
by Samantha Page Nov 6, 2015
A lot of people are really mad about the Keystone announcement. Here's why their reasoning doesn't make sense.
by Bryce Covert Nov 6, 2015
Analysts had expected 180,000 jobs to be added.
by Bryce Covert Oct 29, 2015
At last night's debate, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina used misleading numbers to claim President Obama has hurt women's economic prospects.
by Alan Pyke Oct 7, 2015
It might actually be time to start paying attention to the free-trade deal heading to Congress.
by Bryce Covert Oct 2, 2015
September's jobs report was full of bad news: fewer jobs added than expected, no wage growth, and a drop in the labor force.
by Bryce Covert Sep 4, 2015
The economy added 173,000 in August, lower than expectations but likely to be revised upward in future reports.
by Josh Israel Aug 9, 2015
"We have a bunch of baby boomers who are gonna retire out of the federal government over the next five or six year. I will not replace a single one."