Losing A Job
NEW YORK - The holiday hiring picture looks a bit merrier this year.
WASHINGTON - Businessman Randy Altschuler had barely won a Republican primary for Congress when New York Democratic Rep.
WASHINGTON - Unemployment is stuck at high levels even though some companies are hiring.
WASHINGTON - Private employers hired more workers over the past three months than first thought, a glimmer of hope for the weak economy ahead of the Labor Day weekend.
STILL NERVOUS: Americans remain nervous about their job security and the strength of the economy, according to a survey by jobs website SnagAJob.com.
- As US military bases close, Iraqis left behind
- Scarcity of jobs puts more at risk of foreclosure
- Forced to retire, some take Social Security early
- Job market not growing fast enough for big rebound
- Growing ranks of long-term jobless face tough odds
- Findings of congressional report on working moms
- Report finds it wasn't just a 'Mancession'
- AP survey: Recovery to remain sluggish into 2011
- IRS eases rules on tax settlements
- Sharp fall in consumer confidence spurs fears
- Frustrated job seekers deciding to call it quits
- CBS boss: Expect Couric to stay 'a long time'
- 'Underemployment' tops 20 pct in 3 states
- State of the Union speech text
- Downsizing Affleck: 'Company Men' plays Sundance
- Fewer states add jobs as recovery sputters along
- With demand up, charities face tough holidays
- Good news raises hopes recovery won't fizzle
- In recession, 'Up in the Air' touches down on time
- Foreclosures hitting more people with good credit
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