IBM once led the the charge in giving employees the flexibility to work from home -- so why is it switching course?
Research shows working killer hours can make some people stupider, especially as we age. Science searches for the magic number
Key industries offer an excellent combination of high pay, employee satisfaction and job opportunities
High-stress work can be found in many different fields, but these jobs tend to have certain things in common
Diseases like diabetes and heart disease aren't just health problems -- they also hurt economic growth
Players toiling in the game's lower leagues are paid a pittance, while MLB say they don't qualify for overtime
15,000 more people filed for unemployment benefits in the latest week while the total remained well below 300,000
In some states, you'll need a permit to ship potatoes, braid hair or do interior design -- that's "ridiculous," regulator says
Here's why more employers are hiring college-educated workers for jobs once held by high school grads
Male financial advisers are more likely than women to engage in misconduct, yet are less likely to be punished
For many Americans, a college education isn’t translating into rising wages, adding to the many workers being left behind
The multilevel marketer has nearly tripled their numbers in less than a year, adding lots of competition for sales
The conclusion by the highest court in the 28-nation European Union was in response to two cases
Such an approach won't deliver universal, affordable health care on its own because of these "market failures"
Though the idea of a three-day weekend sounds ideal, compressing work hours may have long-term health effects, researchers say
Critics on all sides are blasting his proposal as "protectionism against progress," "naive" and downright "Luddite"
Portland, Maine, will test program paying the homeless to clean parks and connecting them to social services
The country's most lucrative fields tend to be resistant to automation, but they also require special skills
Compared with other developed countries, women in the U.S. are faring worse on a number of key issues
Farmers in the "Blueberry Capital of the World" worry that the White House's focus on immigrants will put them out of business