U.S. unemployment rate rises to 4.1% with 206,000 jobs added in June

U.S. employers added 206,000 jobs in June, exceeding expectations, with the unemployment rate rising to 4.1%, while April and May job data was revised down, average hourly earnings increased by 3.9%, and hiring was strong in government, social assistance, and health care, influencing potential Federal Reserve rate cuts.

Which college degrees can land you a job in 2024?

As the new academic year approaches, many college students are undecided about their majors, considering factors like job opportunities. A study by UTS Online identifies the most and least employable degrees in the United States.