A new report finds that using humor in the workplace raises the status of male employees but has the opposite effect for women.
Areas like Michigan's Alcona County offer a lesson for rural communities across the country that need to find a way to function with an aging population.
A new NBER report finds that fringe perks hold greater appeal for white, college-educated workers, who are generally at a relative advantage in terms of wages.
New research reveals Asian Americans are more than twice as likely to be appointed chief executive if a company is in decline.
On the question of whether preventing employers from asking about criminal history really leads to more equitable hiring practices, the evidence is disturbingly mixed.
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The CEOs of Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, and United Airlines argue that the Persian Gulf states' subsidization practices are anti-competitive.
0.00003 percent of working Americans are astronauts.