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California Cities Dominate Unemployment List as Red States Continue Success

In yet another example of blue state failures, more than half of the 15 U.S. metropolitan areas with the highest August unemployment rates are in California.

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If I quit because my employer mandates vaccinations, can I get unemployment? - Workplace Coach Blog

How does quitting your job because you won't get vaccinated impact your chances of getting unemployment

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ID Required for Unemployment Compensation But Not Voting?

Pennsylvania now requires individuals filing for unemployment compensation to prove their identity before receiving payments. In an...

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COVID Unemployment Compensation Stunts Employment Growth

The federal government's interference in the free market – from facilitating the shutdown of the economy to making it more lucrative to...

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Democrat Congressman: ‘We Don’t Want’ Small Businesses That Can’t Handle a $15 Minimum Wage

US Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), made a bold statement about American small businesses when he recently stated in an interview that Democrats “don’t want” small “Mom and Pop” businesses – including restaurants – that cannot absorb a $15 minimum wag

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House Republicans Bring Bill to Reauthorize Keystone XL Pipeline, Cut Biden Out of Process

House Republicans have introduced legislation to re-authorize the Keystone XL pipeline, claiming President Biden’s first-day executive order canceling the project's permits as “catastrophic for American workers and families.” Eighty-five Republicans

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Twitter Bans Small Business Advocacy Group After They Call for Big Tech Regulation

Twitter has suspended the account of a small business advocacy group whose president and CEO has made no qualms about

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Biden’s Pick To Run Unemployment Let Nigerian Fraudsters Steal $600 Million From Washington State

The President has named the former head of the State of Washington’s Employment Security Department (ESD) to a position overseeing

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Schumer Says Biden Should Declare ‘Climate Emergency’, Rule Like A Dictator

For all the talk of bi-partisanship and respecting the rights of the minority party, US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer

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WATCH: Pelosi Admits She Sold Out Americans, Small Business on COVID Relief for Political Purposes

If you ever wanted to gauge just how heartless and despicable Progressive-Democrats can be you need look no further than

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Unemployment’s Ugly Sibling: Underemployment-What To Do If You're Underemployed - Workplace Coach Blog

You’re lucky to have a job, except you don’t feel lucky. Perhaps you work parttime but need full-time work. You …

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U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell to 13.3 Percent In May, Confounding Expectations

With an added 2.5 million jobs last month, unemployment drove down from 14.7 percent in April.

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NYC Councilman Suggests Trump Should Void Benefits to Alleged Looters

A New York City Councilman suggested that President Trump should revoke benefits given out to suspected looters arrested during the riots.

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The PPP isn’t working. Here’s an idea: Get paychecks to people, directly

The short-term pain of job losses, furloughed and unemployed workers in food bank lines miles long, may lead to worse long-term effects: a deep, permanent dent on America's competitiveness.

Business & Finance | Business

Expanded unemployment benefits: Who qualifies, how to apply

Part-time and self-employed workers can also get benefits. Here’s what you need to know

Politics | Trump Politics

Trump Administration to Tighten Food Stamp Eligibility Requirements for Able-Bodied Adults

The Trump administration is set to announce changes to the federal food stamp program that would cut loopholes in eligibility requirements.

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The Epoch Times - Fact Based. Unbiased. Accurate News

Reporting important news other media ignore. Clear, fact-based journalism without spin or hidden agendas: US, politics, China, world, opinion, business, science, art…

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8,000 Fewer Americans Ask for Unemployment Benefits, in Sign of Continued Job Market Strength

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell by 8,000 in the week ending April 6. The decline suggests the jobs market remains hot.

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Key U.S. Economic Assessments Strong, Stable

Americans' evaluations of the U.S. economy and job market in November remain among the most positive they have been in the past 18 years.

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Trump: Pledge for more career opportunities helped 6 million

Four months after signing an executive order creating the National Council for the American Worker, President Donald Trump is set to announce that over 160 companies and organizations are pledging to provide new career opportunities for more than 6 millio

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40% of unemployed workers are millennials

New research reveals the growing problem of youth unemployment.