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The Supreme Court will consider limiting the power of government employee unions to collect fees from non-members in a case that labor officials say could threaten membership and further weaken union...
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2015/06/30 14:14
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Do you say this all the time? There are just not enough minutes in the day. Well, according to CNN, now a study from the Bureau of Labor Statistics tells us why. The study is all about how we're...
2015/06/30 13:00
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New jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to announce he is running for president. Published: June 30, 2015 - 12:01 am Jeb Bush is telling Republicans to nominate him for president because his...
2015/06/30 10:19
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One of the monthly statistics debated by pundits is the unemployment rate. Each month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases their report which tells how many people, expressed as a percentage, are...
2015/06/30 07:19
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... area where we’ve become less competitive is in the health-care industry because of Obamacare. We’re seeing lost jobs, we’re seeing higher costs. And here, the House is working to address that...
2015/06/30 05:49
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Conservative writer Rod Dreher penned a definitive critique of Gov. Bobby Jindal's delusional bid for the GOP presidential nomination in The American Conservative on Feb. 6. Under the headline, "How...
2015/06/30 03:49
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Workers make progress on an 82-room Fairfield Inn & Suites on Mission Street Extension in Santa Cruz, which will create more jobs in Santa Cruz. (Arielle Berger -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) Jobs in Santa...
2015/06/30 01:22
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There are certain things that we all believe about our modern working lives, namely that we are overworked and sleep-deprived. We come home from long workdays to a mess of chores, and hence have no...
2015/06/29 22:59
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According to a recent study done by HomeSnacks, The Magnolia State has some pretty desirable cities to put down roots. The website analyzed 70 most populous cities and collected data based on what...
2015/06/29 21:14
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A new Springfield business recently opened with plans to hire as many as 50 employees as the demand rises for services that allow elderly residents to stay in their homes longer. Home Instead Senior...
2015/06/29 20:38
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As the surviving members of the Grateful Dead kick off their series of Fare Thee Well concerts this weekend at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, one esteemed member of the band's family will be there in...
2015/06/29 20:19
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released the results of the 2014 American Time Use Survey, in which about 11,600 Americans are asked how they spent their time on a particular day. BLS took a...
2015/06/29 17:14
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Countless panels, conferences, studies, task forces and books (see Anne Marie Slaughter's forthcoming blockbuster) pop up every year to address a seemingly intractable problem: why there are so few...
2015/06/29 15:38
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A Goose Hollow apartment complex is being investigated for allegedly discriminating against prospective Latino renters during undercover testing funded by the city of Portland. A complaint filed by...
2015/06/29 15:24
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June 28--It's a career above the clouds, a sky full of opportunity. So America's female airline pilots have one question: Why aren't there more of us? "There have been women airline pilots for...
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CHICAGO – May was the fifteenth month in a row that unemployment rates fell in every metro area in the state compared to a year ago, according to preliminary data released today by the Illinois...
2015/06/29 11:33
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It wasn’t long ago that the forecasting arm of the Wisconsin Legislature was predicting that state government by mid-2015 would be flush with a surplus topping $1 billion, which Gov. Scott Walker...
2015/06/29 09:51
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Keeping your home cool won't cost as much this summer. The cost of electricity in South Florida dropped in May and now stands 15 percent cheaper than the national average, according to the U.S....
2015/06/29 07:49
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The judicial decision to uphold all of the president’s health care subsidies may be very disappointing, but the economics of Obamacare are far worse than whatever constitutional mistakes have been...
2015/06/29 05:53
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WASHINGTON D.C. -- Researchers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics surveyed 11,000 people about how they spent their time during each day. The study showed that the average American work day lasted 7...
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