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2014/04/17 06:30
2014/04/17 06:30
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If you know someone among the long-term unemployed — a category that includes workers who have been jobless at least six months, but in many cases much longer — you understand what a frustrating and...
2014/04/17 06:30
2014/04/17 06:30
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2014/04/15 16:19
2014/04/15 16:19
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The tragic shooting this past weekend at two Jewish facilities in Kansas City has once again drawn widespread attention to hate groups and hate crimes in the United States. Below, is a round-up of the...
2014/04/07 23:53
2014/04/07 23:53
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On the 10th month of her job search, Lori DeSousa, who had been applying for marketing jobs, walked into her local Walgreens to ask about a part-time job as a cashier. It was January and her...
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2014/04/06 23:19
2014/04/06 23:19
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The slow recovery in the U.S. job market continues. On Friday, we learned U.S. companies added 192,000 nonfarm payrolls in March, which was a bit below Wall Street's forecast for 200,000. February's...
2014/04/04 14:25
2014/04/04 14:25
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... has a quality of its own.” Whether or not Stalin ever said this about the Red Army, it is true of being out of work. Evidence is mounting that the long-term unemployed aren’t merely the...
2014/04/04 10:49
2014/04/04 10:49
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Lasse Kristensen / Shutterstock.com On the 10th month of her job search, Lori DeSousa, who had been applying for marketing jobs, walked into her local Walgreens to ask about a part-time job as a...
2014/04/03 18:49
2014/04/03 18:49
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Don’t miss these top stories: Employees are leaving more than $1,300 on the table by only taking half their paid time off, writes MarketWatch personal finance reporter Quentin Fottrell. Learn why...
2014/04/03 16:49
2014/04/03 16:49
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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) – The persistence of long-term unemployment has helped keep interest rates low and bond yields in check. That situation isn’t likely to last if other parts of the economy keep...
2014/04/03 16:49
2014/04/03 16:49
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Alan Krueger says more needs to be done to help long-term unemployed get back into labor force. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — One of the nation’s top experts on labor markets says Americans who have...
2014/03/31 20:57
2014/03/31 20:57
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Photo Gallery: Centennial Academic Symposium (November 9, 2012) Images include: Alison Morantz, Professor of Law and John A. Wilson Distinguished Faculty Scholar, Stanford Law School presents her...
2014/03/31 20:55
2014/03/31 20:55
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Debra Walker takes a photograph of acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris when he stops by a breakfast gathering to talk to Walker and other minimum wage workers participating in the June 25...
2014/03/29 18:19
2014/03/29 18:19
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For example, when Yo, a freshman, treks to school each morning, he often thinks about how lucky he is to live in Manhattan, closer to school than his classmates who reside in outer Queens. This gives...
2014/03/28 05:15
2014/03/28 05:15
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Clarence Fanto: Reality of poverty hits close to home LENOX One out of five children in Berkshire County lives in poverty. That’s not a misprint. To be precise, it’s 21 percent, the third highest...
2014/03/27 12:16
2014/03/27 12:16
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U.S. Jobs Market Dropouts Increasingly Likely To Stay Out A growing number of Americans quitting the labor force are likely gone for good, offering a cautionary note to the Federal Reserve as it...
2014/03/26 18:17
2014/03/26 18:17
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Say it with me: The long-term unemployed are not lazy. Nor are they coddled, hammocked or enjoying a coordinated, taxpayer-funded vacation. They are, however, extremely unlucky -- and getting...
2014/03/25 21:15
2014/03/25 21:15
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New Study Argues Long-Term Unemployed Don’t Put Much Pressure on Overall Jobs Market The long-term unemployed, according to a new study, exert relatively little pressure on the overall economy and...
2014/03/25 00:56
2014/03/25 00:56
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... long as employers have this stupid idea that the unemployed have "something wrong with them," this will always be a problem." Indeed, almost as if they were being programmed: "Forty-six percent...
2014/03/25 00:55
2014/03/25 00:55
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Both the United States and eurozone economies may have turned the corner but for the long-term unemployed, the pain will persist for years to come. That is the unfortunate reality for millions of...
2014/03/24 06:05
2014/03/24 06:05
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When the most staid institutions, including institutional media, finally get the message, even some of the message, you know it's finally penetrating. Suzy Khimm explains a new paper: Three Princeton...
2014/03/23 05:35
2014/03/23 05:35
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The White House and labor groups are waging an all-out effort to get the federal minimum wage raised. And naturally, those opposed to those efforts have rallied their supporters, too. So on which...
2014/04/17 06:30
2014/04/17 06:30
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