Amid the pandemic, teenagers worked more jobs than they have since 2008. Some states are considering legislation that could allow teens to work even more, but critics are concerned about the effects on school-age kids.
Today's Trends In Teen Employment
Where and when U.S. teenagers are working is changing.
Ford, GM furlough an additional 500 workers in response to UAW strike
The furloughs will impact workers at Ford plants in Chicago and Lima, Ohio, as well as GM's metal centers in Parma, Ohio, and Marion, Indiana.
Are recent cyberattacks a result of a worker shortage?
As data breaches and data extortion become more common, the cybersecurity field in the U.S. is facing layoffs and shortages.
UAW expands strike to 7,000 additional members at Ford, General Motors
United Auto Workers union president Shawn Fain said the latest expansion will bring the total to more than 25,000 workers on strike.
New York farm searches for wallaby that escaped
Wallabies are widespread in Papua New Guinea, Tasmania and across mainland Australia along rugged terrain and in caves.
What to expect from this month's 'ring of fire' eclipse
On Oct. 14, an annular eclipse will darken skies above North, Central and South America. Here's where and when it will happen.
Temperatures come crashing down as cold front hits US
Storms prompted a "Severe Thunderstorm Watch" for parts of North Texas, bringing the potential for heavy rain, hail, and damaging winds.