The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said this morning it expects the unemployment rate among its 34 member countries to inch down from 7.4 percent to 7.1 percent by the end of next year.
So you know how many jobs we gained or lost last month. What should you make of that number?
A stay-the-course report, but with some interesting details.
We break down the first post-sequester jobs report in all its underwhelming glory.
Life's too short to read jobs reports in full. So follow along as we break down December's report in six easy pieces.
ADP is better at predicting final employment numbers than even the federal government. And its latest figures are bleak.
This month's jobs report was pretty positive. Let's take a deeper dive into the data.
Private forecasters don't usually produce better data than the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But since the financial crisis hit, one forecaster has beaten the BLS on its own turf.
We've been talking a lot about the jobs report. But have you ever wondered how the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates them?
Today's job report was pretty fantastic. Let's break it down.
GOP governors say they boosted their states' economies. But did that really happen?