Compared to other rich nations, the U.S. offers very little in the way of vacation time, parental leave, or unemployment benefits.
The closing of a General Motors factory in Lordstown, Ohio has the next generation worried for their future.
Except the rich ones, who are stoked.
Solid union wages are a big draw—and a great equalizer—but being the only woman on a 500-person crew comes with its own set of challenges.
Despite being stereotyped as lazy, millennials put in just about as many hours as baby boomers while getting paid less for it. We look at how the way we work has changed significantly over the generations.
Low unemployment rates in certain sectors and 'texting culture' can mean abrupt departures that create frustration for employers.
Medicaid "redlining" in Ohio means Appalachia gets a break and Cleveland doesn’t.
These former coal workers in Wyoming are training to be wind technicians
Meet the factory workers trying to kill Greece's capitalist system
Bosses keep complaining that they can't find middle-class workers with clean urine—as if that's a real reason why inequality is so high in this country.
The U.S. economy added 211,000 jobs in the month of April, but Americans struggle to find work at job fairs in the internet age.
VICE News Correspondent Phoebe Greenwood reports from Athens where she meets with young people trying their best not to waste the most creative years of their lives.