After the pandemic is over, grocery workers and nurses will still be essential. But will they be paid any better?
If fewer students from other countries enroll in US colleges and universities this fall due to COVID-19, the effects would be felt well beyond the campus, an expert warns.
Younger, unmarried or less educated workers are feeling the brunt of the economic effects of COVID-19. The fallout may deepen already existing inequalities.
COVID-19 has hit college and universities particularly hard, but do 'nonessential' employees have to suffer?
The global financial crisis taught us recoveries needn't be V-shaped.
Trying to land your dream job during the COVID-19 pandemic may be a daunting challenge. Two university-based job coaches offer insights on how to think more long-term.
Black Americans were left especially vulnerable to the economic impact of COVID-19 and history shows it will take them longer to rebound.
With vast swaths of society forced to work from home, people with disabilities can overcome many of the challenges they face in a normal office environment.
Conducting interviews over Zoom from your own home can add extra anxiety to an already-stressful act.
Significant numbers of key workers barely make the minimum wage.
In these troubled economic times, skills and technology are key to lifting the UK out of the productivity doldrums.
Although jobs are being cut due to COVID-19-related business closures, there are still clever ways to secure meaningful work experience this summer, an internship specialist says.
The ABS is providing near real-time data like never before. It's labour force survey remains the most authorative way of tracking the labour market.
Lockdown throws our relationship with work into the spotlight.
For-profit colleges have a history of deceptive practices that have left thousands of students in the lurch, two higher education scholars warn.
A market closure is different to a recession.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 will likely harm new workers in distinct ways with long-term effects, three economists say.
It's hard to keep up with what's regarded as essential and non-essential services.
2.7 million jobs are at risk, 1.4 million of them immediately.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced employees and businesses to change the way they operate. Some of those changes may be permanent.