A funny thing is happening on the way to the clean energy future–reality is setting in.
The topic was unemployment or, more specifically, where do those people go who have stopped looking for work. Their absence is credited with distorting the unemployment rate and making it lower than most expect or believe.
Big U.S. manufacturers moved their production out of the country too quickly over the past decades and now see a competitive advantage in building up their footprints back home. The chase for lower-paid workers drove the migration, which resulted in
After that strong jobs report on Friday, radio host Rush Limbaugh blasted the "corrupt" data, which he claimed were a total lie.
IT WAS FOR financial reasons. I’d lost my job, and I’m separated and my husband’s hours were slashed as well so he couldn’t contribute. This is a very expensive country to break up in. And it was a case of nothing coming in, bills mounting up, and th
American Airlines parent company AMR Corp. said Wednesday it would cut 13,000 jobs and close its Fort Worth Alliance Airport maintenance hub as part of a five-year plan to save $3 billion per year.
After 3 years of the Obama administration the job market has certainly not improved very much, particularly in groups such as new college graduates! And these newbies to the interviewing process don't need the added anxiety that comes from not kn
The U.S. Postal Service needs to slash 260,000 jobs and end weekend delivery if it is to climb out of its "financially insolvent" condition, Rep. Darrell Issa said.
The Federal Reserve could take the historic step this week of announcing an explicit target for inflation, a move that would fulfill a multi-year quest of the central bank's chairman, Ben Bernanke.
It was 1987. The height of the "me generation". Hippies and Yippies had become "Yuppies". Young. Upwardly mobile. Professional. The epitome was featured in the very popular movie, Wall Street. His name was Gordon Gekko.
If the cuts are made, New York would lose more than 26,000 defense contract jobs. In addition, 2,707 small businesses would be harmed — including 370 minority group-owned and 935 female-owned businesses. Also imperiled are 423 veteran-owned small bus
New claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, a government report showed on Thursday, but the underlying trend continued to point to improving labor market conditions.
Members of the “Job Creators Alliance” break down why current regulations and financial practices have made job creation very difficult.
Members of the “Job Creators Alliance” discuss how their companies have created jobs and helped boost small businesses in the U.S.
It's a curious phenomenon that sends Americans abroad to look for work. The U.S. has traditionally skimmed the best minds from around the world in pursuit of the American Dream.
The Shameful Truth is That They Are Still Here. Behind American Backs, Our Government allies with Corporations to betray the American Dream by Hiring 2,000,000 Workers per Year from Foreign Countries
James Otto - Civil Defense Attorney believes Americans should have equal access to Jobs
Ferrie Bailey's job should be easy: hiring workers amid the worst stretch of unemployment since the Depression.
"We are professional liars," Davis said. Need a phony past employer? No problem. Need a glowing review for a job you never worked? For the Reference Store, that's a piece of cake.
More Chinese now visit France than the United States, in part because it’s hard to get a U.S. visitors visa. And while the U.S. used to be the destination for 17 percent of the world’s tourists in 2000, that’s dropped to 12.4 percent and shows no sig
College majors with the best and worst career employment history! On a day when the world markets are in turmoil and the financial viability of some country's are actually in doubt, what better time to think about your own future or the future of
"I think the downturn in the economy occurred in the year 2000," Paul told CNN, adding that there have been no new jobs since then "and yet we've had a 30 million increase in population."
Staffing company ManpowerGroup reports that 52% of U.S. employers say they're having trouble filling positions — which is a huge increase from last year
He has no medical insurance. Lindquist couldn't afford it on a job paying barely above minimum wage. He assumed workers' compensation would cover his bills, but his claim was denied "based on the fact that there was no greater risk than the general p
They're pulling in fat paychecks, but now they're also homeless.
With the economy in a tailspin, most people are concerned about the shrinking number of job opportunities.
You’ve undoubtedly heard by now that Steve Jobs passed away yesterday after a long battle with cancer; it’s been all over the news with wall-to-wall coverage, and iCandle vigils have sprung up all over the world.
A projected gain in U.S. payrolls in September was probably too small to bring down the unemployment rate as concern mounted that the global recovery was losing momentum, economists said before a report today. Employment climbed by 55,000 workers
In his effort to balance the city’s budget, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has now reached the digging-for-change-under-the-car-seat level: he’s threatening to fire city employees with unpaid parking tickets, red light camera tickets and water bills.
Okay, I got the feedback. You want to hear about solutions to the nation’s problems instead of just hearing about the problems. Well, here goes.