The FINANCIAL -- Four in 10 U.S. nonretirees report they have enough money to live comfortably now and expect they will have enough to live comfortably when they retire. This percentage is improved from 31% in 2012, but it is still below pre-recession ...

The FINANCIAL -- The number of Americans seeking first-time unemployment benefits rose slightly last week, but remained consistent with an economy steadily adding jobs, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- In March 2015, 4 767 000 persons aged 15-74 were employed, not seasonally adjusted. This is an increase of 66 000 persons compared to March ...

The FINANCIAL -- Spain's unemployment rate edged higher in the first quarter from the previous three months, as an accelerating economy failed to offset seasonal job losses, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- One billion euro in EU funding to help member states get up to 650,000 young people into work will be delivered in 2015 thanks to European Social Fund rule changes approved by ...

The FINANCIAL -- Although the Social Security program continues to face long-term funding challenges, U.S. nonretirees are more likely to say Social Security will be a major source of income in their ...

The FINANCIAL -- Among U.S. men, the gap in well-being experienced by blacks under the age of 35 compared with their non-black counterparts grows still wider when unemployed, according to the ...