On occasion I will post articles by guest contributors. The following was sent to me by Rachel Bernstein. Why Are Americans Still Unemployed, and Why the Attack on Unions? By Rachel Bernstein Listening to the news today, as a person who was unemployed and now working as a Substitute Teacher, I find it appalling and […]

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The March Employment Report was again pumped as another victory in the war against unemployment. But for millions of long-term unemployed, it’s still a brutal battle to find work. That’s why it’s unfortunate that most main stream media outlets and politicos seem incapable of understanding, or chose to ignore the “real” unemployment numbers. The BLS reported […]

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In a previous post States cutting unemployment benefits: the good, the bad and the ugly. H.R 589 I discussed how some states are addressing unemployment benefit extensions. States are still battling with the issue. Some state legislators are helping the unemployed, while other states are cutting benefits during a time of very slow job growth. States […]

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