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.

AZ students learn about healthcare professions

Some Valley students are spending their summer learning about a possible career path in healthcare. This comes at a time when healthcare professionals are desperately needed in our state. FOX 10's Danielle Miller has more from Midwestern University.

Arizona unemployment numbers at a record low

Unemployment numbers in Arizona are at a record low, according to a new report. The unemployment rate in May dropped from 3.6% to 3.4%, says the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity’s latest report. This is the lowest level seen in our state since the department began measuring unemployment in 1976.

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.

Two bills could change how tipped workers are paid

There are two bills making their way to the November ballot that would change the way tipped workers get paid and in turn how business owners pay their tipped employees. FOX 10's Brian Webb has more.