Employment

The FINANCIAL -- Nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of Phoenix respondents expect to be stressed about money in retirement based on how they are currently saving, according to a new survey released on June 9 by Bank of America and Merrill Edge. The latest Merrill Edge Report reveals that while non-retirees are anticipating stress, the majority (60 percent) of retirees in the area are not stressed ...

The FINANCIAL -- A dramatic gulf in economic activity separated countries with the highest and lowest percentages of their populations working full time for an employer in 2014. The 10 countries with ...

The FINANCIAL -- U.S. employers ramped up hiring last month and wage gains accelerated, suggesting the labor market is picking up momentum after slowing in the early months of 2015, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- Canada labor productivity declined in the first quarter -- the first quarter-over-quarter drop in a year -- as economic output and hours worked fell, Statistics Canada said on June ...

The FINANCIAL -- The unemployment rate in Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries stood at 6.9% in April, unchanged on the month earlier, according to the Paris-based ...

The FINANCIAL -- Labor costs in Germany rose sharply in the first quarter of the year in an accelerating trend that is starting to hurt companies' profit margins and may eventually trim their ...