unemployment

 

Stay-at-Home Moms on the Rise

6:45 am, April 17, 2014

34% of stay-at-home moms are living in poverty compared with only 12% of working mothers. That's according to a recent Pew survey which found that the number of stay-at-home ...

 

Are Americans Taking Unemployment Too Seriously?

4:01 pm, April 04, 2014

For many Americans, having a job is bundled up with pride and purpose, a major contributor to their overall well-being. When we become unemployed, it's not just the ...

 

Where Did All the Jobs Go?

4:09 pm, January 22, 2014

If we're going to get people working again, our new industries will need to do better than 1,200 to 1 ratios.

 

6 Annoying Office Elevator Habits That Won't Lift Your Career

9:45 am, August 28, 2012

Avoid these annoying habits in the office elevator if you want to get ahead.

 

More Americans Quitting Than Being Laid Off, Stats Show

11:03 am, April 13, 2012

New government data show that Americans are more and more willing to leave their job voluntarily.

 

Men Worse Off Financially, But Better Off Emotionally After Recession

11:30 am, March 23, 2012

A recent study from Men’s Health shows that the recession made men happier at home, but less happy with their careers and finances.
 

 

Facebook Posts May Predict Unemployment Trends

5:00 pm, March 13, 2012

A study has found that four to five months after an increase in negative chatter about money, the unemployment rate ticked up.

 

Why It's Good the Unemployment Rate Stayed at 8.3%

12:10 pm, March 09, 2012

The unemployment rate remained stagnant in February even though the economy added more than 200,000 jobs. Here's why that actually may be a really good sign.
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How Many More Jobs Do We Need to Hit 5% Unemployment?

2:30 pm, March 06, 2012

A new calculator from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta peels away some of the mystery of how to predict short- and long-term changes in the unemployment rate.
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Here’s What the Unemployed Live On After Benefits Run Out

12:51 pm, February 23, 2012

The majority of those who run out of unemployment insurance still have other sources of income to rely on, though it may not be enough to get by.

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