"Struggle" seems to be the operative word for the condition of small business today. Is there anything that can be done to help them in that struggle?
Like mathematicians plotting the processes necessary to solve an equation, computer scientists can now program software to replicate the mental steps a journalist might use to write an article.
Months of suffering traumatic and demeaning psychological and emotional abuse as they are slowly being forced out of their pulpits due to congregational conflict, Tanner said, "is a really, really horrible process."
As more than 500 Tucsonans listened to a presentation by USPS rep Brian McCoy this week and waited to voice their opinions at the open mike, protesters from Jobs with Justice, Occupy Tucson, and the local postal workers' union chanted, waived signs, and signed petitions outside...USPS proposes to cut the number of facilities from 487 to 252 and reduce the workforce through lay-offs and attrition
One solution being proposed by some of our Congressional leaders is a rehash of an old experiment: a repatriation tax holiday that would temporarily allow U.S.-based companies to bring home profits they currently hold overseas.
"The Economy Stupid" were the words on the now famous sign in successful presidential candidate Bill Clinton's 1992 war room. Today, that sign should be in the war rooms of all candidates.
The largest entitlement program we have in America today is not Medicare, Medicaid, or Social Security. It's jobs. On both sides of the political fenc...
By downgrading your education and work history on your resume, you may be able to land a job instead of spinning your wheels trying to replace your last job at the same salary.
The proposed federal budget cuts are turning into another political sideshow. The process of the budget is being treated as a chess game, a battle over politics and procedure, and one that may go on for a long time still.
After winning the midterm elections, Republicans said they understood that the American people want jobs. But since the midterm election, there has not been one single jobs bill introduced by our new Republican Congress.
What do conservatives have against a program that put 240,000 people to work in the middle of an unemployment crisis?
During daylight, stop asking about opportunities and searching for the ideal job on your. Instead, create some questions focused on problems.
There's not a thing that Obama or any other politician can do to lower unemployment in the private sector as long as CEOs and shareholders of our largest companies are getting richer and richer.
Opposing extending unemployment benefits will do nothing to put people back to work. What it will do is create a more difficult situation for thousands of families hit hardest by the economic crisis and cut off a powerful channel for spurring economic growth.
The current rate of joblessness, and Washington's lack of political will to remedy it, make me wonder if our officials see long-term unemployment as "the new normal" that must simply be accepted.
Like tea party activists and some of their fellow conservatives, Congress' reckless inattention to the deficit makes me concerned for my children's future. It's not because Congress is spending too much; no, it's investing far too little.