There Are 11 Million Open Jobs. Why Are 9 Million Unemployed?If there are more job openings than unemployed workers, why aren't more people coming off unemployment aid?
Employers At Chelsea Job Fair Aim To Hire US Military Veterans, SpousesJobs were on display at a Chelsea art gallery where the job-seekers all had something in common: They're members of the military, veterans or military spouses.
Job Hunting? Experts Suggest Keeping Your Resume 'Drop Dead Simple,' Highlighting Numbers & Making An Effort To Reach OutAs for the job "search," experts say it usually takes more than just hitting "apply here."
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.
As NYC Restaurants Struggle To Find Applicants, Workers Say They Need To Increase WagesThe group One Fair Wage says that over 70% of restaurant workers surveyed are considering leaving the industry because of low wages.
Dream Job: This Company Will Pay You To NapSleeping on the job is one thing, but what about getting paid to do it?
Help Wanted: Some New York Business Owners Say They're Struggling To Fill Job OpeningsThe hospitality industry showed the biggest gains in the April report, but demand for employees still outpaces supply.
Jersey Shore Business Owners Struggling To Fill Seasonal Jobs Blame $300 Federal Unemployment SupplementBusinesses at the Jersey Shore are struggling to fill thousands of seasonal jobs with summer right around the corner.
New Jersey Senators Detail Priorities Under Pres. Biden's Proposed $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure PlanSens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker laid out their transportation priorities for the state, as part of President Joe Biden's proposed American Jobs Plan. 
COVID Impact: Marriott Hotel Workers Enlist NYC Councilman To Help Get Their Jobs Back After Pandemic EndsSeveral hundred employees who were let go from a popular hotel in Times Square say they deserve their jobs back when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
COVID Impact: U.S. Added 900,000-Plus Jobs In March, The Third Straight Month Of GrowthIt's back to business for Bar Dough in Hell's Kitchen, where 50% of its employees are now back to work after COVID-19 restrictions forced the restaurant to shut down in January for two months.