Why are South Korea's new graduates having so much trouble finding work? Some say it's because they only want to work for big conglomerates.
Donald Trump gave a fiery anti-trade, anti-globalization speech in Monessen, Pennsylvania, a few weeks back. And people in Monessen loved hearing it.
The struggle for labor rights started decades ago among private household workers, mostly African American women, whose stories inspired a powerful, nationwide movement for dignity.
More minorities and women are getting into tech — but they're not saying. And that's where the problems start. The story you haven’t heard about why talented people are giving up and dropping out.
Community colleges are key to growing our economy and expanding opportunity, but less than 1 in 5 students at community colleges today will earn a bachelor’s degree. One community college in South Dakota is bucking the trend.
The ad from a healthcare agency reminds some Haitian Americans that, despite big gains by their community, "there's still a way to go" in fighting discrimination.
Of all the jobs she could have taken on, Linden Wolbert chose to be a mermaid. She does everything to weddings to events for celebrities, including Justin Timberlake.
In recent years, horrible disasters in Bangladesh's garment industry have left hundreds of garment workers dead or injured. Since then, both international clothing labels and the Bangladeshi government have promised reforms. But some of the workers have also responded by joining unions. And female workers are taking more of a leadership role in that struggle.
To combat summer’s hot and sultry weather, many US office buildings crank up the air-conditioning. But this sparks conflicts, as many men feel comfortable but women often shiver and don fleeces. How did this become the cultural norm in the US, and how much is being wasted by keeping temperatures so low?
Europe has been graying for years — getting older and even seeing declining populations in some areas. But a new wave of refugees, mostly young, could provide a major economic and demographic jolt to those aging economies.