We've the lowest unemployment rate in eight years, but little to celebrate.
Australian evidence backs up the governments contention that immigration boosts rather than cuts living standards.
What if we were part-paid in something that was like shares in the firm we worked for, except better. It might give us better pay rises.
Employment Minister Mathias Cormann has let the cat out of the bag. The government has been trying to supress wages.
Leigh Sullivan speaks with Michelle Grattan about the week in politics.
But the ALP has not put a figure on the amount it believes would be appropriate.
President Trump says that the white working class is being pushed out of the job market. But that doesn't seem to be true for the best-paying blue-collar jobs.
Weak economic data and sluggish wages have contributed to the Coalition's poor showing in the latest Newspoll, which gives Labor a 54-46 lead on two-party preferred.
Deep Saini speaks with Michelle Grattan about the week in politics.
Businesses and workers are at the mercy of mega-corporations.
Rates might need to be cut urgently, and because things are good. Governor Lowe has signalled he won't wait.
The Conversation has assembled a forecasting team of 19 academic economists from 12 universities across six states. Together, they assign a 25% probability to a recession within two years.
Increases in super contributions come out of our own pockets. In the past Shorten and Keating have conceded this.
Wage-increases can end austerity.
Secure and appropriate compensation for judges is a constitutionally recognized component of judicial independence. Here's why politics must not be allowed to interfere with it.
New research shows high numbers of people in the UK are working multiple low-paid jobs.
A new study suggests that Americans face an 'economic bar' to marriage. Before they walk down the aisle, many couples want to have a house, a bank account and a job that offers health insurance.
Food suppliers and sellers around the world are using blockchain technologies to ensure that what consumers buy is labeled clearly and accurately.
In the midst of the information technology revolution, Australia's productivity growth has been slowing. It ought to have been the other way around.
As unions have shrunk, conditions for workers have got worse.