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By Matt Weller | May 6, 2015
Greece is back in the news and stuck between a rock and a hard place.
By Victoria Stilwell, Bloomberg | February 26, 2015
More Americans than in a year applied for unemployment benefits, showing uneven labor market progress.
By Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg | February 12, 2015
Applications for unemployment benefits are climbing--but that's a good thing, because it shows progress in the labor market.
By Daniel Kruger and Liz Capo McCormick | January 23, 2015
Renewed inflation expectations are giving the Fed latitude to raise interest rates.
By Martin McGuire | January 2, 2014
What year was the labor force participation rate last at current levels?
By John Caiazzo | May 2, 2013
You cannot be happy about creating 150,000 (quality doubtful) jobs in a month while “losing” 350,000 weekly or 1.2 million during the same period.
By Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | February 14, 2013
Fewer Americans than projected filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, indicating an improving outlook for the labor market.
By Michael McFarlin | February 8, 2013
Rather than wallowing on the fact that unemployment seems to have stagnated around 7.9% recently, Wingham Rowan proposes a new way of looking at the labor market and a way to tap what generally is an overlooked segment.
By Alex Kowalski and Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | February 7, 2013
Claims for U.S. unemployment insurance payments fell last week, returning to levels seen in the second half of 2012.