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.

How much money it takes to be 'rich' in America for 2024

A recent GOBankingRates study utilizing IRS data reveals that the income required to be considered "rich" varies widely across the U.S., reflecting regional differences in cost of living, local economies, and tax structures.

Bad service, no tip: Most Americans demand quality before tipping

A recent YouGov poll reveals that as tipping becomes an expected norm in increasingly varied sectors amid rising living costs, over half of Americans now express a growing resentment towards tipping, opting to leave no tip for subpar service.

These salaried workers are now eligible for overtime pay

The Biden administration's new rule significantly expands overtime pay eligibility to millions of salaried workers in the U.S., setting higher income thresholds and updating salary limits every three years.

America's top 1% has total net worth of $44 trillion

Recent Federal Reserve data reveals that America's wealthiest 1%, with assets exceeding $11 million, amassed a record $44.6 trillion in wealth by the end of the fourth quarter of 2023, with fluctuations observed based on geographical location.