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Job Openings Report Shows Record Number of Workers Quit in November

There are signs that the worst of the turbulence was beginning to ease late last year. The number of job openings posted by employers fell in November, the Labor Department […]




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More Workers Quit Than Ever in November as U.S. Job Openings Remain Near a Record.

A record number of Americans quit their jobs in November, even as employers found it slightly easier to fill their open positions.More than 4.5 million people voluntarily left their jobs […]







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As Workers Gain Pay Leverage, Nonprofits Can’t Keep Up

At Maryhurst, which provides help to children suffering neglect and abuse, the staffing shortage was so severe that the board recently agreed to raise wages for frontline workers, in some […]




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Jobless for a Year? Employment Gaps Might Be Less of a Problem Now.

Some employers regard applicants with long periods of unemployment unfavorably, research shows — even if many are reluctant to admit it.The Status of U.S. JobsThe pandemic continues to impact the […]




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Group Backed by Top Companies Moves to Combat A.I. Bias in Hiring

Artificial intelligence software is increasingly used by human resources departments to screen résumés, conduct video interviews and assess a job seeker’s mental agility.Now, some of the largest corporations in America […]




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The Vaccine Mandate Kicks In at 100 Employees. What If You’re at 98?

Christie Thompson’s company, which sells and services semitrailers, is looking to fill a handful of open positions. But the challenge isn’t just finding qualified workers. Currently, 98 people work at […]




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The Biggest Kink in America’s Supply Chain: Not Enough Truckers

Gene Seroka, the executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, said his port had told the White House in July that about 30 percent of the port’s appointments for […]