Amazon Prime Day is synonymous with lightning deals and deep discounts, and some of the best deals this year may not be name brands, but those from the retail giant itself.
One White House official is pushing back on concerns that federal unemployment benefits are causing a labor shortage.
This isn’t the first year that Amazon will have Prime Day competition, and that means savvy shoppers should compare discounts before pulling out their wallets.
Black and Hispanic Americans face a tougher road to a financially secure retirement. The pandemic’s sweeping job losses only made these challenges harder.
A growing number of states — including four that are canceling pandemic unemployment programs early — are offering jobless workers up to $2,000 when they get a job.
Twelve people will receive a year’s worth of free living accommodations and transportation allowance from Airbnb.
The national median rent increased 5.5% to $1,527 in May, the highest level on record and the fastest rate since March 2020.
The rate of workers voluntarily leaving their jobs hit an all-time high of 2.7% in April, potentially marking the beginning of a new labor trend.
Foot traffic at some of the country’s biggest and most well-known national parks is surging this summer — in some cases leading to reservation requirements and cost increases.
Two legal organizations in Indiana are suing the state for the governor's decision to opt out of the federally-funded pandemic unemployment programs.