People who lose their jobs are less willing to trust others for up to a decade after being laid-off, according to new research from The University of Manchester.
When the Great Recession struck in 2008, it made young people think differently about American higher education, a Stanford economist says.
Does having a college degree from a highly selective school make a difference in getting a well-paid job? Not if you're African-American, says a University of Michigan researcher.
New technologies are capitalising on the jobs market and in the workplace, said Arianna Huffington and Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt at a London conference.
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Bad hiring decisions cost employers millions of dollars, damage workplace morale, reduce productivity and account for more than half of employee turnover nationwide. It doesn't have to be that way according to a new study ...
E-commerce giant eBay will slash 2,400 jobs—seven percent of its workforce—in the current quarter as it restructures and prepares to spin off its PayPal finance unit, it said Wednesday.
Many New Year's resolutions often involve finding a different career path. A new joint study by University of Missouri and Lehigh University researchers found that job seekers with attitudes focused on "learning" from the ...
In a result that surprised researchers, a new study found that employees who had hostile bosses were better off on several measures if they returned the hostility.
The car-sharing start-up Uber can create as many as 50,000 jobs in Europe this year as part of a "new partnership" with European cities, its chief executive told a conference in Munich.