Some people would benefit. Others would lose money or be rendered unemployable.
With high job vacancies and a low birth rate, Germany is turning to the world to fill the holes in its economy.
Four of the 12 unions representing workers on America's freight rail lines have voted to reject a new contract.
Rather than being replaced by A.I., humans should plan to work with it.
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The number of high school seniors going on to attend college has plummeted in the past two years, deepening the already steady decline.
The immigration bureaucracy is worsening one of the tightest labor markets in recent American history.
There is an obvious solution to America's ongoing workforce woes.
Though the American economy still looks bleak, there are silver linings.
Though the unemployment insurance benefits boost eased the immediate pain of shuttering much of the economy, it made it harder to get things moving again.