The American economy bounced back last year with resilience from 2020′s brief but devastating coronavirus recession.
The Labor Department reported Thursday that jobless claims fell by 30,000 to 260,000 last week, slightly less than the 265,000 analysts were expecting.
The Biden administration has officially withdrawn a rule that would have required workers at big companies to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements.
It was a nail-biter in Green Bay with the Packers taking on the 49ers, but here in Seattle, many fans are turning to local businesses to support other teams after the Seahawks missed the playoffs.
Child care centers in Washington are at a breaking point as Omicron continues to shake the industry.
Jobless claims rose for the third straight week — by 55,000 to 286,000, highest since mid-October, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
The Washington Employment Security Department reports the state's unemployment rate continues to slowly improve as the pandemic rages on.
Millions of families who received a monthly payment from the IRS through the expanded child tax credit are facing their first month since July without cash from the federal program, even as inflation soars to the highest level in a generation.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell will extend the city's eviction and utility shutoff moratorium until February 14.
Chair Jerome Powell acknowledged Tuesday that high inflation has emerged as a serious threat to the Federal Reserve’s goal of helping put more Americans back to work and that the Fed will raise rates more than it now plans if needed to stem surging prices.
King County's Department of Community and Human Services opened a temporary quarantine and isolation site in Auburn as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
New state data shows school systems in Washington still have not recovered their enrollment losses from pandemic.
The number of childless adults between 18 and 49 years of age who have chosen to not have children in the future has increased 7% since the Pew Research Center conducted the same survey in 2018.
Two Seattle residents are charged with allegedly stealing over $1 million in jobless benefits and small business loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
There are an estimated 10-15% fewer Santa Clauses this year compared to last year due to COVID-19 and many Santas retiring, according to Mitch Allen, head elf at Hire Santa.
Jobless claims fell by 4,000 last week, the Labor Department reported Wednesday.
The national average for gas prices is sitting at about $3.39 per gallon, according to GasBuddy data.
Supply chain associates will earn an average of $20.37 per hour.
A recent survey also found that 37% of unvaccinated adults said they would quit their job if forced to either get a COVID-19 vaccine or take a weekly test.
King County’s vaccine requirement to enter certain indoor and outdoor events and establishments is now in effect.