Bureau of Labor Statistics
Telecommuting tends to be a luxury for higher earners. The nature of service jobs, in particular, can make it impossible.
There were 25 work stoppages -- involving 425,500 total workers -- last year.
The number of union members stayed roughly the same and didn’t grow with the labor force.
Lack of paid time off is a feature of America's unforgiving labor market.
Ain't that a shame.
Is there a shortage of truckers? Freight not, according to a paper published by the Labor Department.
After years of weak bargaining power, U.S. workers finally went on strike in massive numbers.
A long downward slide continued, but unions still had victories to celebrate.
There was just one problem with the Republican senator's tweet about the president.
The affordability noose is tightening in certain markets.