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This Morning with Gordon Deal May 04, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 04, 2021
Tue, May, 4, 2021
Mexico City metro overpass collapses, more than 100M people from New Mexico to Delaware at risk of severe weather, and steps for financial spring cleaning.
How to take advantage of an accelerating jobs market How to take advantage of an accelerating jobs market
Wed, April, 7, 2021
Jackie Ducci from Ducci Associates and Gordon Deal discuss some tips on how to take advantage of the accelerating jobs market.
How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home? How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home?
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Author and "future of work" expert Dan Schawbel shares findings from his new study that looks at the wide-ranging impacts that working from home has had on employees.
"You Just Want to Have a Chance." Ex-Offenders Struggle to Find Jobs Amid Pandemic
Mon, February, 8, 2021
Charisse Jones from USA Today details the struggle that ex-convicts are experiencing as they try to find employment during the pandemic.
Things Are Looking Up for the U.S. Economy Things Are Looking Up for the U.S. Economy
Fri, February, 5, 2021
Myles Udland from Yahoo! Finance takes a look at recent data indicating that the U.S. economy is performing than expected with more reasons to be hopeful for the future.
Millions of Americans Unemployed Because of the Pandemic Are Still Waiting on Unemployment Money Millions of Americans Unemployed Because of the Pandemic Are Still Waiting on Unemployment Money
Tue, December, 22, 2020
Rick Jervis from USA Today explores the life-altering plight suffered by millions of unemployed Americans who, nine months into the pandemic, still haven't received a dime of unemployment money.
U.S. Jobless Claims Rise to 1.1 Million in Latest Week U.S. Jobless Claims Rise to 1.1 Million in Latest Week
Fri, August, 21, 2020
Mark Hamrick from Bankrate evaluates the state of unemployment across the country after the latest labor report shows jobless claims are rising once again.
Hardly Any At-Home Workers Have Returned to Their Normal Workplace Hardly Any At-Home Workers Have Returned to Their Normal Workplace
Mon, July, 6, 2020
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance explores a striking coronavirus-related trend in the workplace: almost everybody is still working from home.
Coronavirus Obliterated Best African-American Job Market on Record Coronavirus Obliterated Best African-American Job Market on Record
Thu, June, 11, 2020
Eric Morath from The Wall Street Journal explains the devastating impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on the job market for African Americans.
What Can We Make of the Surprising May Jobs Report? What Can We Make of the Surprising May Jobs Report?
Mon, June, 8, 2020
Charles Gasparino from Fox Business Network analyzes the optimistic May jobs report and projects forward into the summer.
16 million people just got laid off but U.S. stocks had their best week in 45 years 16 million people just got laid off but U.S. stocks had their best week in 45 years
Mon, April, 13, 2020
Why does there seem to be a disconnect between the stock market and layoffs? Andrea Riquier from MarketWatch has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 23, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 23, 2019
Mon, December, 23, 2019
Stalemate grips Senate impeachment trial, the demographic threat to America's jobs boom, and the generation gap over church at Christmas.
Here's the No. 1 way to blow a job interview Here's the No. 1 way to blow a job interview
Mon, September, 30, 2019
MarketWatch's Catey Hill gives the top reason for failed job interviews, dishes out some tips for interviewing success, and warns against other common interviewing mistakes.
America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Time to move to Emeryville, California? Jim Carlton of the WSJ details the city with the country's highest minimum wage, and the national economic debate that is now coming along with it.
The July jobs report is only one part of a broader economic slowdown The July jobs report is only one part of a broader economic slowdown
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Mark Hamrick of Bankrate tells us which sectors are adding jobs, which are suffering, and how other factors are accounting for a slowdown of the nation's economy.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 5, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 5, 2019
Mon, August, 5, 2019
The nation reels from two mass shootings in one weekend, warning signs for a possible economic slowdown and the Army soldier hailed as a hero in El Paso.
Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Hilary Potkewitz of the Wall St Journal draws the connection between college athletes and the jobs that will best suit them based off of their sport.
Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Hilary Potkewitz of the Wall St Journal draws the connection between college athletes and the jobs that will best suit them based off of their sport.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2019
Fri, April, 5, 2019
President Trump backs off threat to shut down the border, previewing the March jobs report, and even the Mets' home stadium is mocking them.
The LEAST stressful jobs in America The LEAST stressful jobs in America
Wed, March, 6, 2019
Looking for a new career? Kyle Kensing from CareerCast has a list of some of the least stressful jobs in America.
FBI's Most Wanted: More Applicants for Special Agents FBI's Most Wanted: More Applicants for Special Agents
Fri, March, 1, 2019
Despite a lower jobless rate the FBI is struggling to find agents. Aruna Viswanatha from the Wall Street Journal explains how they are trying to boost applications.
Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Ruth Simon from The Wall Street Journal explores a growing concern about the economy felt by small businesses across the country.
Now Hiring, With Attractive New Perk: Free College Degree Now Hiring, With Attractive New Perk: Free College Degree
Mon, January, 7, 2019
Free college has become an attractive job perk. Kelsey Gee from The Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Good news, U.S. workers: Your wages and benefits are growing, and the trend isn't expected to stop anytime soon. Heather Long from The Washington Post has more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 1, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 1, 2018
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Trump calls for up to 15,000 troops to beef up the border, U.S. workers see sizable wage increases and the stores vying for a piece of the leftover Toys R' Us pie.