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Workers at a Boeing plant in South Carolina voted against unionizing on Wednesday, perhaps the most important trial of unions’ influence since President Trump’s win last year.

They've got a real reason to celebrate the new year.

Maybe it's that they illustrate a world to which many of Trump's voters long to return.

Some economists say a recent analysis tells an incomplete story.

Carrier workers feel gratitude and confusion

The flurry of events underscored two fast-emerging realities in the coming Trump era.

It used to be pretty easy for most people in America to get a job. But no longer.

Bids for the Kit Kat Ranch resident in Nevada are reportedly up to $400,000.

Can ‘sharing economy’ jobs really be good jobs?

A new study suggests that raising the minimum wage could have lasting effects not only on today's economy, but on the next generation of Americans as well.

The Obama administration supports a bill that could result in a reduced minimum wage for some.

"I and many, many others had to wear Pampers."

Mass incarceration is a hugely expensive way to keep the public safe.

Her position on this question has been consistent, but it's complicated.

The recovery is getting stronger for workers. And that's why we may see more strikes.

And former D.C. mayor Vince Gray wants to get it for them.

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and California Gov. Jerry Brown signed separate pieces of legislation Monday, miles and minutes apart.

More people are feeling confident enough to look for work.

We don't evaluate other policies by insisting that they have zero effect on employment.

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