Friday’s dismal job figures should serve as a wake-up call to all astute investors that the U.S. economy is far weaker than is being reported by the financial media.
U.S. tax preparation giant, H&R Block, recently conducted a study into how a college student’s choice of a major impacts their paycheck.
Congress should end the most regressive of all taxes, the inflation tax, by ending the Federal Reserve.
With 50 million Americans living in poverty and over 1 million homeless U.S. public school students, it’s time for a new strategy.
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If you haven’t noticed, the education system in America is in crisis mode. Take a look at the shocking statistics.
After beginning the fourth quarter near bear market territory, the major U.S. stock indexes staged a rally this week on news that Europe would step in to help its ailing banking sector along with some better than expected economic data in the U.S.
International Labour Organisation said the group of developing and developed nations had seen 20m jobs disappear since the financial crisis in 2008.
The world economy has entered a “dangerous new phase,” according to the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund. As a result, the international lending organization has sharply downgraded its economic outlook for the United States and Europe through the end of next year.
The weak job market in the U.S. is sending many in search of a meaningful career headed to Asia, experts say.
The ranks of U.S. poor swelled to nearly 1 in 6 people last year, reaching a new high as long-term unemployment woes left millions of Americans struggling and out of work.
Despite trillions of dollars in stimulus and Washington’s hype over a “recovery”, the economy is still barely growing in most parts of the country.
Editor’s Note: As the month of June comes to a close, the unemployment picture in the United States is still bleak at best. A news story from Reuters indicates that this week marks the 12th straight week that jobless claims were above “normal” or stable levels. We are not surprised by the unemployment levels, and in fact, we believe that the numbers are much higher than the government reports. We expect unemployment to remain high as economic conditions continue to worsen for the nation.
The unemployed have, on average, remained unemployed longer than in the 1930s; Employers wary of job gaps in resumes
With federal extended unemployment benefits coming to an end this year, some states are getting creative about moving people off the public dole.
2010 World Economy Growth Forecast: 4.6%… In July, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that the global economy would grow at a rate of 4.6% — the highest rate since 2007.
It appears that despite the “best” efforts of Washington, the U.S. economy is continuing its miserable collapse. The jobless rates are more than just mere numbers. They represent agonizing pain of families who are in fear of losing their home to foreclosure and their creditworthiness to bankruptcy.