Life expectancy can very by as much as 20 years depending on what county you live in, a new report finds.
The very nature of insurance itself seems to have escaped many critics of Obamacare.
By Nick Corcodilos
The best way to overcome gaps in your resume is to overcome gaps in your connections and relationships.
By Making Sen$e Editor
On average, the arrival of one new industrial robot in a local labor market coincides with an employment drop of 5.6 workers.
For other generations “the number” may refer to bedfellows, but millennials have a new type of number to be concerned with: the debt number.
By Diane Lincoln Estes
What happens to a factory town after the factory is gone? Paul Ryan's hometown of Janesville is a former manufacturing town that has struggled since the Great Recession.
By Kristen Doerer
The U.S. economy added 211,000 jobs in April, putting us on track to close the jobs gap within the year. Here are some other numbers that matter.
By PBS NewsHour
Once a proud industrial town, Janesville, Wisconsin, was knocked for a loop in 2008 when General Motors idled its assembly plant, the area's long-time largest employer. Economics correspondent Paul Solman talks to Amy Goldstein, author of "Janesville: An American Story,"…
In Janesville, Wisconsin, the nation’s oldest operating General Motors assembly plant shut down in the midst of the Great Recession, two days before Christmas of 2008. As many as 9,000 people lost their jobs, and families tumbled out of the…
By Philip Moeller
Is it legal for employers to pressure their employees to drop workplace health insurance? Phil Moeller answers that question and more in his weekly column, Ask Phil.
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