Unemployment increased to 4.9 percent from 4.7 percent in May, and wages were up only 2 cents per hour or less than one-tenth of a percent.
The U.S. economy is growing again—about 2.5 percent annually in the second quarter and going forward—but good jobs remain scarce and wage gains lackluster.
CEO of Murray Energy Corporation speaks out on 'Fox & Friends'
Cheryl Casone shares some key tips
One of the impacts of the sluggish job market has been millennials and other job seekers giving up and staying in jobs they despise.
Survey: Nearly a quarter of employers plan to hire in the third quarter
America needs more job creation, which by definition means it needs entrepreneurs. Meanwhile, the rising generation is living with mom and dad.
Questions of whether focus on women's success is leaving young men behind; debate on 'Outnumbered'
Dan Springer reports from Portland
The debate continues on 'Overtime'