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President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping meet in Beijing in November.

Trump’s escalating trade war with China is starting to hurt the US job market

There's anxiety among business owners and corporate executives over Trump's trade war with China. It may force them to back off hiring workers.

From Davos: Henry Blodget leads a panel on new collar jobs

Henry Blodget, CEO, Co-Founder, and Editorial Director, Insider Inc, speaks during "Learning Today for Tomorrow's Jobs" at WEF 2019.

US-China trade war could turn Singapore into ‘top destination for tech hiring’, Glassdoor exec says

The highest paying tech and finance jobs listed on Glassdoor are offering about S$19,500 per month - more than twice the annual household income in Singapore.

The job market is so hot right now that workers are ‘ghosting’ employers without even saying goodbye

Workers are "ghosting" their employers by not showing up to work and cutting off contact with the company, according to The Washington Post.

Here’s what to expect from the Asian job market in 2019

We now know what employers are planning for our salaries next year.
If you're looking for work, avoid the worst job markets in America.

The 13 worst job markets in America right now

Careers site Zippia recently named the 13 worst job markets in America. If you're looking for a new job, you'll probably want to avoid these metro areas.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

Sarah Huckabee Sanders made a bizarre claim about black employment under Trump compared to Obama as a defense against Omarosa’s attacks

Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that African-American employment under President Trump has already tripled what President Obama helped to add in eight years. But, according to official data, nearly 3 million African-Americans gained employment under Obama compared to 700,00 so far for Trump.
Donald Trump

Trump’s trade war is likely going to kill hundreds of thousands of jobs

President Donald Trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico will likely result in a net loss of US jobs according to trade experts and economists.
The stress of learning new technology, without additional training or compensation, is getting real at some fast food restaurants.

The fast food industry is facing a growing crisis

Fast food workers in restaurants such as McDonald's and Taco Bell are quitting more than they have in over two decades. Some workers say the technological changes within the restaurants influence their choice to leave.