Tag Archives: unemployment
You don’t just want any old job in any old city. That’s why millennials jump from job to job so often. About 60 percent are open-minded towards a new job, and 21 percent have changed jobs within the past year. The common misconception is we lack loyalty and are too lazy to stick it out […]
What’s the deal with smiling? That might seem like a joke of a question. You probably didn’t laugh. But shouldn’t you have at least smiled? Will you be more successful if you smile more often? Now we’re getting deep. You might be surprised to find out there’s conflicting information on this subject. On one hand, […]
Young people fresh out of college may take some solace in a recent report from the government, especially if they are focused on starting their careers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate dropped to 9.7 percent in May. This is the same level seen during the first three months […]
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A rising number of Americans are losing their jobs and their homes.
Black teens are facing record-high unemployment. Unfortunately, this is nothing new.
Finding the right job might work better than blindly applying to every job.
Hate your job but need unemployment?
With unemployment at a 24-year high, are we in a jobless recovery?