Nonprofit City Year Chicago has recent college grads in job market lining up for a $12,000 annual salary to work in economically challenged schools.
Before founding Apple, Steve Jobs was looking for work. A single-page job application filled out and signed by Jobs went up for auction and sold for more than triple the estimated price.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. pays women in the U.K. an average of 56 percent less than male colleagues, another stark example of the entrenched gender imbalances in the richest corners of the global economy....
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said it aims to have women make up half its workforce in the future, starting with an even split in its class of college graduates by 2021.
President Trump's voter demographics and strong opposition to his policies are making it easier for the Democrats to win back the House this fall.
Betsy DeVos gave a wide-ranging interview to CBS’s “60 Minutes,” in which she talks about being “misunderstood,” preventing violence in schools and how public schools are still falling behind in the U.S....
With the abandoned smokestacks off the bay and ramshackle factories along 12th Street, it's easy to pin the blame for this industrial city's plight on the loss of manufacturing jobs to China and Mexico. ...
Trying a white-collar case carries unique challenges, and they begin with selecting a jury. Even now, almost a decade after the financial crisis that affected so much of the American population, many jurors view financial institutions and those who work at them with a certain degree of anger and suspicion
Pinterest is popular with women and LinkedIn with college grads, but YouTube and Facebook remain the leaders of social media, according to Pew Research Center.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday spared the life of a convicted killer shortly before the man's scheduled execution for masterminding the fatal shootings of his mother and brother.
Concord University in West Virginia and Clemson University in South Carolina were both founded shortly after the Civil War. Now, the two public universities that sit just 300 miles apart face very different circumstances. Clemson, a large research university, enrolled its largest-ever freshman class
When I was in college, one of the iconic Yale experiences was visiting the Yankee Doodle -- a greasy spoon at the corner of York and Elm Streets -- and taking the Doodle Challenge.
Some will say universal basic income creates a “nanny state,” he tells CNN, but there will be no other choice, says the iconic entrepreneur.
As many as one-third of American workers—about 50 million people—may need to find new lines of work by 2030, according to a McKinsey & Co report released in December projecting the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on the labor market. Joseph Aoun, president of Northeastern University