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Red Lobster considering bankruptcy filing: report

Red Lobster is considering filing for bankruptcy to restructure its finances to address debt and costly leases after bringing in a new CEO with experience leading turnarounds.

Personal Finance

Rising number of workers?depend on side jobs

More and more Americans, particularly younger Americans, rely on side hustles to pay their bills.

Lifestyle

No college degree? See the best and worst places in the US for a job

As employers are increasingly scrapping college degree requirements, a new study shows some places in the U.S. are lagging well behind others in the trend.

Economy

American workers want record wages to change jobs, NY Fed finds

New data from the New York Federal Reserve found that the reservation wage, which is the lowest wage acceptable for a worker to change jobs, hit a record high in February.

Lifestyle

LL Bean lays off some staff as customers’ shopping trends change

L.L. Bean says it's reducing the call center hours of operation as the retail environment shifts. To better cater to customer needs, hours will be condensed, resulting in layoffs.

Lifestyle

More CVS pharmacies join movement to unionize

Two more CVS pharmacies are filing to unionize with The Pharmacy Guild to fight for better conditions just weeks after a Las Vegas pharmacy made history as the first to do so.

US economy can support 'much higher levels of interest rates': Mike Green

Simplify Asset Management portfolio manager Mike Green discusses how tech stocks will fare in a higher interest rate environment on 'Making Money.'

Lifestyle

CEOs looking to counter burnout with shorter workweeks

The idea of cutting the workweek down is gaining steam with chief executives of major U.S. firms as employers consider ways to combat worker burnout in the tight labor market.

Media

Hiring based on skills is a win-win for employees and employers by removing 'unnecessary barriers:' report

Researchers argue by hiring based on skill set rather than college degrees, employers can open up jobs to qualified candidates who previosly weren't able to apply.

The notions that keep people from exploring trade careers are starting to get a 'little wobbly': Mike Rowe

The MikeRoweWorks Foundation founder weighs in on how Gen Z is turning to trades amid surging college costs and the top annual trade salaries.

Lifestyle

Rite Aid to close 53 more stores amid bankruptcy proceedings

Retail pharmacy chain Rite Aid has announced the closure of dozens of more stores in court filings, according to reports. The stores are in nine states.

Lifestyle

12 tips for spring-cleaning your workspace with ease

While spring-cleaning this year, don't leave your office behind. This is a space where you spend a lot of your time, so make sure it's organized to your liking.

US economy is heading toward 'stagflation light': Danielle DiMartino Booth

QI Research CEO and chief strategist Danielle DiMartino Booth discusses whether stubbornly high inflation data will delay Fed rate cuts on 'Making Money.'

Lifestyle

Job trend 'resenteeism' has employees coasting through workdays and hanging on, rather than quitting

As an unproductive mentality today called "resenteeism" affects both small businesses and large companies across the country, job and hiring experts share insights on this latest trend.

Economy

How It Started ... How It's Going: Inflation-adjusted hourly wages lower today than when Biden took office

Inflation has mostly outpaced wage growth in the United States since President Biden assumed office, although in the last year wages have grown faster as inflation has slowed.

Economy

Labor market woes: US small businesses scale back hiring plans

The NFIB's latest small business jobs report found owners are scaling back their hiring plans in the next three months to the lowest level since May 2020 despite a tight labor market.

Money

The highest paying jobs of 2024: Pediatrician, dentist, more jobs with high earnings

The highest-paying jobs overall tend to be in the health care field. Careers in business are another area where salaries, on average, are fairly high compared to others.

Economy

Small business optimism hits lowest level since 2012: NFIB

The NFIB's Small Business Optimism Index slid in March to its lowest level since December 2012 amid concerns about inflation, high interest rates and labor market challenges.

Media

Pennsylvania working-class voters leaning towards Trump, feel Biden is trying to 'undercut' fossil fuel jobs

Working class voters in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area are leaning towards Donald Trump as the election nears, citing economic difficulties and Biden's position on fracking.

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