As U.S. Unemployment Rate Drops, Harlem Restaurant Owner Finds Promise In Younger WorkforceThe Department of Labor added more than 500,000 jobs in October, bringing the unemployment rate to pre-pandemic lows.
Gov. Hochul Announces $450 Million Investment In Tourism, With A Large Chunk Going To Encourage Businesses To Rehire WorkersAfter almost two years of being kept out, foreign travelers are now allowed back in the U.S., and here in New York they're being welcomed with open arms.
As Fears Of Inflation Grow, Those Eligible For Social Security To See Near-6% Increase In Benefits In 2022If you're one of the millions of people who receive Social Security benefits, you're going to see a bigger check soon.
The Jobs Are Out There: Big Businesses Heading Into Busy Holiday Season Looking For 'Attitude Over Aptitude'Local businesses are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, amid dismal labor trends.
Downtown Deals App Unveiled In Effort To Boost Struggling Long Island BusinessesAs reopening continues in New York, more than half of businesses in the suburbs are still struggling. But there are new plans to help Main Streets recover.
Mayor Baraka Outlines 5-Year Plan To Stimulate Newark's Post-Pandemic Economic RecoveryThe latest plan to boost the economy in the city of Newark taps into millions of dollars from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
Consumer Experts: Fed Up With The Pandemic, Americans Are Launching 'Revenge Spending' KickPent up by COVID-19 lockdowns, a majority of Americans have indicated they will embark on a post-pandemic buying spree.
G-7 Nations Back Global Minimum Corporate Tax Of At Least 15%The Group of Seven wealthy democracies agreed Saturday to support a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% to deter multinational companies from stashing profits in low-rate countries.
Ride-Share Companies Uber And Lyft Jacking Up Prices In NYC -- And Experts Say It May Get Worse Before It Gets BetterIf you've noticed your Uber or Lyft ride costs more lately, you're not alone. The rideshare companies admit prices have been surging and experts warn this could just be the start.
Connecticut Offering $1,000 To First 10,000 Unemployed People To Find A JobWith 65,000 positions open statewide, business owners say they need the help.
Returnships: Corporate Programs Aimed At People Who Have Been Out Of Work Are Presenting Employment OpportunitiesA years-long gap in a résumé is usually a red flag for potential employers signaling someone who's been out of touch and may have rusty skills.