Hiring surged in November as employers added 321,000 jobs, crowning 2014 as the strongest year for job growth since 1999.
Don't look for President Barack Obama to get much political kudos for America's humming job creation engine.
Wage growth is stuck in a low gear as the tepid global recovery keeps a lid on pay -- and without China powering ahead things would be even worse.
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If your New Year's resolution is to get a job, you may be in luck. Employers predict they will be doing even more hiring in 2015.
When you've been out of the workforce for a while, you may fear that the gap in your work history will make it difficult -- if not impossible -- to get a new job.
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A Virginia man commutes 220 miles -- or about seven hours -- a day, all in the name of family.
A graphic designer in Canada separates himself from the pack by printing his resume on a four-pack of his own craft beer.
Frustrated by a string of job-seeking failures, a St. Louis man sends cat poop to the companies that rejected him.
Most employees would think that they have little or nothing in common with a baseball superstar such as A-Rod, but they would be wrong.
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There is no free speech in corporate America. The First Amendment protects us from government action, not the actions of private companies.