[SYDNEY] Australian job advertisements in newspapers and on the internet ticked up in September after a steep fall the previous month, though the overall trend in the labour market was still weak...

[WASHINGTON] Crawling or stalling? That's the question hanging over the US economy amid fresh evidence the once-hot labour market is losing steam.

[WASHINGTON] US job growth increased moderately in September, with the unemployment rate dropping to near a 50-year low of 3.5 per cent, which could assuage financial market concerns that the...

[SINGAPORE] Gold pushed higher into the US$1,500s an ounce as investors ticked off the hours until the key monthly US employment report, which may add to mounting signs of a slowdown and stoke...

[WASHINGTON] American services industries, the main driver of the world's largest economy, deteriorated unexpectedly in September, falling to the weakest level in three years, according to an...

SINGAPOREANS are the second-most nervous about the future impact of technology on their jobs in an 11-country survey, tied with the UK and only behind France, said global professional services...

[BELFAST] Wrightbus, maker of London's red double-deckers and one of Northern Ireland's largest manufacturers, was placed into administration on Wednesday with most of its 1,300 staff set to lose...

[SYDNEY] Australian employment rose in August but the jobless rate worsened to a one-year high of 5.3 per cent as more people looked for work, data showed on Thursday, a sign of spare capacity in...

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US job growth slowed more than expected in August, with retail hiring declining for a seventh straight month, but strong wage gains should support consumer spending and keep the economy expanding...

[NEW YORK] US companies' hiring stumbled in August, likely cementing expectations for a second straight Federal Reserve interest-rate cut as trade uncertainty and softer global growth weigh on the...