Where Does Philly Rank In America's Hardest-Working Cities?Philadelphians are no strangers to hard work.
Here Are The Best Cities For Women In TechThe criteria used by SmartAsset reviews gender pay gap, income after housing costs, women’s representation in the workforce and percent growth in employment.
Bahamas Resort Searching For New CFO: Chief Flamingo OfficerThe new Caribbean vacation destination has started a global search for a qualified bird lover to watch over and take care of the resort's flock of flamingos.
Bartenders, Telemarketers Among Jobs With Highest Divorce RateAccording to data from a five-year survey by the U.S. Census Bureau, gaming managers have the highest divorce rate as 52.9 percent eventually split up with their partner.
Macy's Plans To Hire 7,000 Extra Seasonal WorkersMacy's is hiring an additional 7,000 seasonal associates this holiday season, saying traffic in its department stores nationwide has been high.
Amazon Wants To Hire 120,000 U.S. Workers For The HolidaysAmazon is gearing up for the holidays, and plans to hire 120,000 temporary U.S. workers to help it fulfill the millions of orders coming its way.
3 On Your Side: Which Fields Are Doing The Most Hiring?The job market has been steadily improving since the great recession, but some industries are stronger than others.
Companies Looking To Hire Thousands Of Workers For The HolidaysCompanies impacted by the gift-giving season have big plans to hire seasonal workers.
Philadelphia To Make Pitch To Be Amazon's Second HomeThe City of Philadelphia plans to make a pitch to be Amazon's second home.
Study: 78 Percent Of Americans Living Paycheck To PaycheckThe stock market has reached record highs, the unemployment rate is at a 16-year low and yet according to a new survey many American workers are struggling financially.
Get Paid With More Vacation Time Or A Raise? New Study May Surprise YouWould you rather get more paid vacation time from your employer, or a raise?
Google To Invest $50 Million To Prepare Job Seekers For The 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.