Drop in unemployment rate makes 2014 best year for labor market since 1999.
Duties shift from transactions to engagement.
September’s Department of Labor figures show optimism but expert warns of factors that could trigger a slowdown.
Fourteen percent of 55- to 59-year-olds are self-employed.
Local credit unions are making big improvements to their financial reports as Sin City heats up.
Friday's employment report shows that the first quarter's economic chill wasn't entirely due to the weather.
Georgia recently added 40,000 new jobs and experienced a 4% rise in average home prices.
Catalyst Corporate economist Brian Turner says higher payroll taxes offset impact of low inflation.
Maryland is the richest state in the union with a median household income of $70,004, a cool $20,000 above the national average. However, as of June 30 Maryland’s credit unions reported just 61 basis points worth of profit, well below the national average of 0.86% ROA.
An explanation of the September unemployment rate and the effect the so-called fiscal cliff are explained on the monthly NCUA economic video update.