Remote work could keep fueling high turnover: 'The map is open for job seekers'

More than 4 million people quit their jobs in August, marking the 15th straight month where as many people left their old jobs for something new. More than 3 million of those people were women,...

The Job Market Has Been Like Musical Chairs. Will the Music Stop?

Debbie Ricks lost her job as a server in March 2020. She decided to chase a long cast-aside ambition: She would try to become a photojournalist. But as her savings dried up and the cost of food...

The Job Market Has Been Like Musical Chairs. Will the Music Stop?

Debbie Ricks lost her job as a server in March 2020. She decided to chase a long cast-aside ambition: She would try to become a photojournalist. But as her savings dried up and the cost of food...

These 4 trends are keeping Boomers unemployed and holding the US back from a full recovery

Millions of seniors were pushed into early retirement. Failure to rehire them can steer the US "into an iceberg," ZipRecruiter's chief economist said.

ZipRecruiter vs. LinkedIn: Which Is the Better Job Search Site?

Two popular hiring platforms streamline the hiring process for businesses. But how do they compare?

ZipRecruiter vs. Glassdoor: Which Is the Better Job Search Site?

Employers don't have time to wait when attracting qualified candidates. Compare two popular job search sites to see which is the best for your company.

Raymond James Reiterates Strong Buy Rating on ZipRecruiter Amid Solid Q3 Data and Zip Chief Economist Call

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The stock market plunge shows ‘The Fed has the worst problem in the world’ with inflation

Inflation rose by 0.1% in August, and 8.3% compared to the same period a year ago. The Fed has raised interest rates four times this year in an attempt to cool rising consumer prices. The Dow...

The economics behind 'quiet quitting'

The concept of "quiet quitting" has exploded like a supernova across the media universe. The big bang began on TikTok, with a video uploaded by a 20-something engineer named Zaid Khan. Khan...

What the high-profile layoffs at Snap, Netflix, and other companies could mean for the economy

A car drives by Netflix headquarters in Los Gatos, California, in April. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Are the tech layoffs an anomaly or a warning sign? For months, top tech companies...

The rising unemployment rate was 'the best news' in the August jobs report, economist says. Here's why

The unemployment rate increased to 3.7% in August from 3.5% in the prior month. That increase is largely attributable to the labor force growing by 786,000 people. A bigger labor supply is good...

6 million job listings asked for 'communication skills': Here's how to include them on your resume

More than 6 million job listings included "communication skills" in May. 5 million included "scheduling" as a requirement on jobsite ZipRecruiter. "Even without looking at a specific job listing,...

U.S. is at 'effectively peak employment,' bringing hot wage growth into focus

U.S. employers added a surprise 528,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate ticked down to 3.5%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. "What you have right now is effectively peak...

STOCK MARKET NEWS: Dow gains on Disney jump after activist move, housing headwinds mount

ZipRecruiter is falling in after-hours trading. The online employment marketplace lowered its 2022 revenue outlook in response to softening demand. “In June we began to see signs of a cooling...

Stock futures flat after notching gains Monday

All three major averages gained during the daily trading session. Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above its 200-day moving average for the first time since late April. Shares of ZipRecruiter...

Help My Career: ‘Arguably, it is the best time ever to be a teen in search of summer work’: Why the July jobs report...

The economy had 20.9 million workers between the age of 16 and 24 last month. The jobless rate fell to 3.5%, the lowest level since the late 1960s. “Arguably, it is the best time ever to be a teen...

More Americans are working part-time

"Involuntary part-time workers" increased by a seasonally adjusted 303,000 in July. The metric is volatile, but could suggest labor market instability ahead. Hiring in July easily blew past...

4.2 million people quit in June despite recession worries: 'A paradox in our economy'

The labor market posted 10.7 million new job openings in June. That is down from 11.3 million in May, but a more than 50% increase from before the pandemic. The number of job openings dropped in...

Hiring Demand Remained Strong as Summer Started, Economists Estimate

Employers posted 11.3 million job openings in May, the Labor Department said. Demand for workers remained robust in late spring, the department said. May job openings and the number of times...

New college grads underestimate starting salaries by $10,000. Here's how to know your worth, according to career experts

Despite recession fears, there's no sign of trouble yet in the overall job market. Despite recession fears and headlines about layoffs, there is no sign that the job market is in trouble yet. The...

New college grads have 'amazing' job opportunities, career expert says. Here's how to land the right one

Jamie Linton is about to start working at Hubspot, taking part in the tech company's marketing associate program. Millions of workers have walked away from their employers in what's being called...

10 jobs with the best future outlook for college grads

In 2011, 41 million people 18 and older had a bachelor's degree. By 2021, that number had jumped to 56 million. "We never had more job openings per unemployed person in U.S. history," says...

Austin, Nashville, Denver and 7 other top cities for entry-level workers

Millions of 2022 college graduates will be flocking to the workforce in the coming months. There were 11.4 million jobs openings in April, according to the Labor Department. Some cities across the...

U.S. Job Openings, Quits Reach March Records in Tight Labor Market

U.S. Job Openings, Quits Reach March Records in Tight Labor Market. Employers posted 11.5 million job openings, according to government estimates. The number of times workers quit their jobs rose...

U.S. Job Openings, Quits Reach March Records in Tight Labor Market

U.S. Job Openings, Quits Reach March Records in Tight Labor Market. Employers posted 11.5 million job openings, according to government estimates. The number of times workers quit their jobs rose...

In the Recovering Economy, Workers Have More Leverage

Zella Roberts was one of the highest performing waitresses at the Sonic drive-in in Asheville, N.C. The customers were unruly and often unmasked; the base pay was $5 an hour. Then one afternoon,...

Dow Jones Falls As Microsoft Surges; Google Stock Passes Buy Point; Robinhood Arrows Lower

The Nasdaq was benefiting from strength among the tech giants. Xilinx (XLNX) performed best, but Alphabet was not far behind. ZipRecruiter (ZIP) managed to pass a buy point, but ended up flashing...

Dow Jones Pulls Back; Gains In Tesla, Microsoft Buoy Nasdaq; Google Stock Scores Breakout

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell modestly in today's stock market. The Nasdaq led on the upside with a strong rally, thanks to gains in tech firms like Google operator Alphabet. The S&P 500...

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