Many regions of California are experiencing a mass exodus of blue-collar jobs, believed to be attributable to stringent statewide regulations. Read more.
New government figures released on Friday show that the U.S. economy grew less in the second quarter of 2016 than previously projected. A rebound is expected.
On the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton hasn't been afraid to claim that she'd create jobs by the millions, while Donald Trump would destroy them. Is this true?
A report by payroll processor ADP has found that the American economy added 179,000 private sector jobs in July, which is an encouraging sign for the end of the year
Mike Pence, Donald Trump's running mate, has been lauded for his job creation in his home state of Indiana while governor. In perspective, it's been fairly average.