(CBS MONEYWATCH) - Paychecks in 2014 should get bigger for many minimum wage earners.
(MONEYWATCH) - One-third of bank tellers receive some sort of public assistance, ranging from Medicaid to food stamps, a financial industry employee advocacy group found, citing research from the University of California-Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Midlands SC Works is hosting a free jobs fair on Friday, November 15th for those looking for employment.
AT&T is hiring for dozens of new jobs in South Carolina.
The winning Powerball jackpot ticket has been sold in the Midlands.
(USA TODAY) - Employers added 162,000 jobs in July, adding to worries that the labor market may finally be wobbling a bit amid federal spending cuts and a payroll tax increase.
DETROIT - General Motors Co. is recalling more than 27,000 Cadillac SUVs worldwide because the wheels can fall off.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - The leader of Cyprus' Orthodox Christian church vowed to do all he can so that ordinary people "won't go hungry" amid the country's worst financial crisis in decades.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Resume Recommendations: The following details are recommendations on developing a resume, but are not "absolutes". Every job is different; every employer is different; every job seeker and work history is different. Therefore, there is no "perfect formula" to writing a resume. It's all interpretational, and job seekers have to determine the best fit for them.
(CBS News) NEW YORK - The IRS is battling a rising tide of refund-fraud cases due to identity-theft.
In a survey out Monday, Deloitte said 60% of respondents plan to shop in stores or online over the Thanksgiving weekend, up from 51% in 2011. Among these weekend shoppers, 63% plan to shop
(MoneyWatch) If you are one of the brave souls who will venture out on Black Friday (and the newer version, "Grey Thursday), one of the best ways to save money is to not fall prey to retailers' seemingly "great deals." According to dealnews.com, not everything will be a good purchase on Black Friday. The site has compiled 10 items that are not worth buying this Black Friday.
(MoneyWatch) Roughly 38 percent of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck according to a new study.
(CBS Money Watch) - Here are four of the most counterproductive things we do with our money and how you can be smarter.
The cost of raising children rises every year, and climbed slightly more than normal last year. So for a baby born in 2011, a middle-income family can expect to spend $234,900 to raise her through age 17 -- $295,560 if