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One Of Three Women Live At Or Near Poverty, Shriver Report Finds

One Of Three Women Live At Or Near Poverty, Shriver Report Finds

Two-thirds of women consider themselves family breadwinner

The "Shriver Report" released in partnership with the Center for American Progress portrays the troubling state of affairs for American women. Read More »

Home Depot Worker Saves Baby's Life

Home Depot Worker Saves Baby's Life

Alaska employee Chris Strickland displays heroism on the job

Alaska Home Depot employee Chris Strickland saves the day and catches falling baby. Read More »

5 States Likely To Approve A Minimum Wage Increase In 2014

5 States Likely To Approve A Minimum Wage Increase In 2014

21 states have a higher minimum than the federal amount of $7.25 an hour

As the country focuses on the minimum wage, which states are most likely to improve an increase in 2014? Read More »

What It Takes To Work At The Super Bowl

What It Takes To Work At The Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVIII will create as many as 10,000 jobs

One in three Americans watches the Super Bowl each year. All those eyeballs lead to as many as 10,000 temp jobs. Read More »

Is 2014 The Year For Increasing The Minimum Wage?

Is 2014 The Year For Increasing The Minimum Wage?

70 percent of country supports increasing the federal minimum wage of $7.25

The federal minimum wage stands at $7.25 an hour. It's an election year and 70 percent of the country supports an increase. Read More »

4 Fields With Shockingly Low Female African-American Participation

4 Fields With Shockingly Low Female African-American Participation

The hurt extends beyond Saturday Night Live

It's not just Saturday Night Live that has a problem with including female African-Americans. Read More »

2 in 5 Expect a Raise This Year

2 in 5 Expect a Raise This Year

Salary confidence level highest since Q1 2012

Are things getting better for America's workers? Here's one answer -- the number of workers who expect a pay raise is the highest since Q1 2012. Read More »

Does America Need Immigrants For Low-Skilled Work?

Does America Need Immigrants For Low-Skilled Work?

Congress will explore immigration reform in 2014

There are some 40.4 million immigrants living in the U.S. today. Does America need to welcome immigrants to take care of low-skilled work? Read More »

You Won't Believe These 6 Nightmare Job Applicants

You Won't Believe These 6 Nightmare Job Applicants

Recruiters dish on Reddit forum

Everyone has a nightmare job application experience. Hiring managers participated in a Reddit forum to share their most nightmare experiences. Read More »

10 Most Stressful Jobs Of 2014

10 Most Stressful Jobs Of 2014

Jobs for which you can't just take Friday off

In a turbulent economy, there are no more stress-free jobs. But which are the most stressful of them all? Careercast.com has put together a list. Read More »

10 Least Stressful Jobs Of 2014

10 Least Stressful Jobs Of 2014

Gigs that offer job security and a good hiring outlook

In a tough economy, is it possible to find low-stress jobs? Here's a list of the top 10, according to CareerCast.com Read More »

Can Anything Help The Long-Term Unemployed?

Can Anything Help The Long-Term Unemployed?

MIT researchers seek to crack code of long-term unemployment

There are roughly 4 million long-term unemployed workers in America. And they face discrimination in hiring. Can anything be done to help? Read More »

3 Ways Companies Create Gender Equality

3 Ways Companies Create Gender Equality

Women occupy 16.9 percent of Fortune 500 corporate board seats

Women occupy a minority of director positions. But some companies have created a more gender-equal workforce. Read More »

What It's Like To Be ... Beverage Director at Momofuku

What It's Like To Be ... Beverage Director at Momofuku

Momofuku's beverage director says she's "always on"

The AOL Jobs "What It's Like" series visits Jordan Salcito, the beverage director for Momofuku. Read More »

Best Places To Work In 2014

Best Places To Work In 2014

Glassdoor releases its annual list and 7 of top 10 are digital companies

As workers look ahead to the new year, which are the best employers in the nation today? Read More »

Unemployment: What Are the Big Trends?

Unemployment: What Are the Big Trends?

Unemployment rate improves as long-term unemployment persists

These are the big trends in unemployment. Read More »

Idaho Man Has Worked As An Air-Mail Carrier For 38 Years

Idaho Man Has Worked As An Air-Mail Carrier For 38 Years

Ray Arnold works the Frank Church-River of No Return wilderness region

The US Postal Service is embattled. But Ray Arnold continues delivered mail via air deliveries through the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in Idaho. Read More »

Walmart Watch: CEO Turnover, Black Friday, Strikes And More

Walmart Watch: CEO Turnover, Black Friday, Strikes And More

Company man Doug McMillon prepares to take over

Walmart, the country's largest private employer, is under the spotlight during the Thanksgiving holiday season. Read More »

What It's Like To Be... A Walmart Greeter

What It's Like To Be... A Walmart Greeter

'At Walmart, everyone is always standing,' says the spry greeter

AOL Jobs visited a Walmart in Kearny, N.J., and chatted with greeter "Venke" Venkatraman, an amiable 72-year-old who has it in his nature to love people. Read More »

'They Were So Beautiful. He Was So Tanned': A Reporter Covering The JFK Motorcade Looks Back

'They Were So Beautiful. He Was So Tanned': A Reporter Covering The JFK Motorcade Looks Back

Bob Huffaker was a 27-year old television broadcaster for CBS outlet KRLD

Any American who was alive on Nov. 22, 1963, remembers where he was that day. This is the story of a worker who bore witness to the assassination of JFK. Read More »

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