May 31, 2011 "We will have to share power with a whole lot of others," he says. "We will have to recognize that we can't set the standards, we can't set the agenda, we can't set the rules."
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May 4, 2011 According to the ADP National Employment Report, private employers added 179,000 jobs to their payrolls last month, vs. 207,000 in March. On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its April estimates.
April 19, 2011 The largest gains were in North Dakota, Vermont, Alaska and Texas. The largest losses were in Kansas, New Jersey and New Mexico.
February 2, 2011 The privately produced report comes ahead of Friday's official estimates from the Labor Department.
January 20, 2011 The public's continued focus on jobs and the economy assures that politicians will keep the using the issue to critique the opposition.
Dec. 2, 2010: Crystal Sullings (left), managing partner for Trilogy Financial Services, speaks with potential employees at a job fair in Denver.
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January 5, 2011 Two new private surveys point to better-than-expected increases in employment. Much more will be known Friday, when the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its estimates.
Will we soon be seeing more signs like this?
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December 3, 2010 The November employment report is expected to show another modest gain in jobs -- but a stubbornly high unemployment rate.
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February 9, 2010 We talk with an efficiency expert who runs around with a stopwatch figuring out how people can save time at their jobs. Sometimes people love him, sometimes not.
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