Tipped workers have been struggling since before COVID-19, and the pandemic isn't making it better.
There are a variety of ways job seekers could use artificial intelligence to give them an edge in a very tough environment.
The $600 federal jobless benefit may be generous, but that doesn't mean is isn't what workers and the US economy need.
Young people’s prospects are worse than those of workers aged over 35, and worse than those of young people prior to 2008.
The pandemic's mental health toll is not distributed equally. Its impact is disproportionately felt by racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples, people with disabilities and those experiencing poverty.
The 30th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act offers a chance to celebrate the greater inclusion of disabled Americans in mainstream society, but much work remains to be done.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced massive budget deficits of $85.8 billion for the just-finished 2019-2020 financial year and $184.5 billion projected for 2020-2021.
British jobs policy is broken. Here's an alternative.
COVID-19 has accelerated the decline in local and national journalism. Is it time to find a new funding model, or for the government to intervene?
We protect the savings of non-resident people in Australia but we leave them without any benefits if they lose their job here.
South Africa would benefit greatly from the rich beneficiation experience of Brazil, Russia, India and China.
The taxi industry carries 75% of commuters daily, yet, unlike bus and train operators, does not benefit from government subsidies.
Australia has tried it before, in the 1990s. The proportion of participants eventually getting unsubsidised jobs was low.
The pandemic response has put the long-term health and well-being of children and adolescents at risk, with the possibility of seismic shifts in population health if we do not act.
More funding is needed to help those furthest from work.
Collaboration is better than competition when it comes to making markets do what we want in an economic crisis.
The police killing of George Floyd galvanized populations already frustrated by the effects of COVID-19 to take to the streets.
COVID-19 will worsen the labour market for Indonesia's young graduates in three ways: higher barriers of entry into the job market, long lasting lower income levels, and worsening labour conditions.
Marches, demonstrations, civic unrest, attacks by law enforcement and the military on protesting civilians: The parallels between the summer of 1932 and what is happening currently are striking.
Western Sydney's growth-driven boom had ended before COVID-19 hit. Some neighbourhood unemployment rates were 2-3 times the metropolitan average, with female workforce participation as low as 43%.