For young workers starting out, determining where to begin a career can be either a product of happenstance or planning. If you're fortunate to be in the latter camp, it can be tough figuring out not only the best place to find a job in your chosen profession, but also a city where you can (hopefully) find... Read More »
By Annalyn Censky
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- As the economy slowly recovers, single people are finding jobs much faster than their married peers.
Single men and women lost about 5 million jobs during the financial crisis, and have since gained back 90% of them, according to the Labor Department. That's not... Read More »
By Hope Yen
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Squeezed by a tight job market, young Americans are especially struggling. They have suffered bigger income losses than other age groups and are less likely to be employed than at any time since World War II.
An analysis by the Pew Research Center, released Thursday, details... Read More »
The crisis of jobless youth might be seen as mostly a problem for jobless youth, the so-called "lost generation," and many of their parents, too, who are providing shelter for their 20-something offspring in record numbers. But it's a problem for the country, too. According to a new report, every unemployed... Read More »