- BusinessKiplinger.com•5 hours ago
Thinkstock The labor market is steadily improving, with U.S. unemployment at its lowest level since 2008, yet some occupations continue to experience a downward slide. Careers in the manufacturing sector, for example, have been disappearing for decades as plants become more efficient and jobs move to factories overseas. Other careers are falling victim to changing tastes and changing technologies. To help job seekers avoid some of these dying professions, we analyzed 784 popular occupations, looking at which have been shedding positions over the past decade and which are projected to continue that trend into the next decade. We considered salaries, too, and favored promising careers that require
- LifestyleU.S.News & World Report•yesterday
Are you considered part of the middle class? Here are eight tests to determine if you're still middle class. If your family of three earns between $41,869 and $125,609 a year, you're in the middle class, according to a 2015 Pew Research Center analysis.
- financeEthan Wolff-Mann•4 hours ago
Wells Fargo’s (WFC) historic $41 million clawback of equity compensation from CEO John Stumpf finally gave a measure of satisfaction to a public tired of banking executives getting paid big amidst incompetence and scandal. Put into perspective however, Wells Fargo’s crimes of fraudulently opening 2