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Raising Minimum Wages Would be Benefit Economy
Raising Minimum Wages Would Benefit Economy In this photo made Friday, April 25, 2014, Amy Jennewein speaks during a rally in support of raising the minimum wage University City, Mo. Jennewein, who...
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Economic Policy Institute
Georgia once again has nation's highest jobless r...
Posted: Tuesday, October 21st 2014 at 12:41pm Georgia once again has nation's highest jobless rate WASHINGTON, D.C. - Numbers released by the
United States Department of Labor
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Preparing Special Needs Students for the Working ...
Preparing Special Needs Students for the Working World Hailey, Idaho - ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - In a collaborative effort between the Idaho Department of Labor, the Blaine County School District, and...
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Idaho Department of Labor
Retirement strategies for low income seniors
By Tim Parker The financial crisis, now called the Great Recession, is fading from the minds of Americans, but many households are still feeling its effects. People reaching retirement age thought...
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Selig’s fine wine era of Baseball is about to cha...
Like a fine wine, some things just get better with age, but there is a point where even a fine wine can exceed its age limit. Selig's post-prime activity is like Brett Favre, a name that...
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Ralph Wilson Jr.
7-Eleven Store Owners Plead Guilty To Wire Fraud,...
The owners of several 7-Eleven franchises throughout Virginia and Long Island, including a store in Sag Harbor, have pleaded guilty to a multi-state scheme involving wire fraud and the housing and...
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Coaches/teachers talk about changes to profession
What can you buy for $6,600? In 1976, Jim Hamilton thought he was doing quite well making nearly $7,000 as a teacher and as a coach at New Hope High School. After graduating from Ole Miss, he chose...
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New Hope High School
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