Share of private sector U.S. workers with paid family leave, by income group
Share of wage and salary workers represented by unions, 2022
Number of disabled Americans in the workforce
As emoji become an increasingly important tool for communication, their meanings can be blurrier than ever.
Eighty-one percent of workers say they’re putting in as much effort — or more — as they were six months ago, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Conference Board.
Workers are set to hold onto the upper hand they gained over the past two years as more states start requiring pay disclosures on job postings.
Critics call it bossware.
State lawmakers and business boosters love to tout Georgia’s reputation as a great place to do business. But, according to Oxfam America, it’s a terrible place to work.
It’s a hot summer with a labor market to match. The question is no longer “is this a recession,” but rather: “Is the job market too hot for the Fed’s comfort?”
Number of workplace homicides in the U.S.
You might have heard that nowadays workers want flexibility or jobs with a sense of purpose. But with inflation on the rise, something far more basic is getting attention: Cost of living wage adjustments (COLAs), or raises that keep up with actual inflation.
If child care subsidies like those proposed by the Biden administration were enacted — not the likeliest of scenarios at this point — a significant number of women would enter the job market, Emily writes.
Percentage of U.S. employees who say they experienced stress or worry during “a lot” of the previous day
Percentage of Indeed job listings that advertise “fair chance” hiring