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US - Misconceptions about long-term unemployment

Misconception: The problem isn’t really that bad

At the time of writing, there were 3.2 million long-term unemployed in the U.S. accounting for 32.9 percent of the labor force. 758 more words

United States

And So It Goes...#512

The imbecilic UK Regime recently trumpeted the ” fact ” that its official unemployment figures showed another significant drop over the last month; thus verifying Nietzsche’s dictum that what the State sya is indeed lies. 207 more words

UK Politics

Fair Employment Act of 2014

Fair Employment Act of 2014

What are some of the factors contributing to long-term unemployment? Some assert that unemployed workers are being discriminated against by prospective employers. 558 more words

Press Releases

US - Long-term unemployment might be falling for the good reason

in the past six months, unemployment has fallen much faster than expected, from 6.7 to 6.1 percent. And as you can see above, 88 percent of that has been due to declining long-term unemployment. 474 more words

Employment

US - The short-term unemployment rate has returned to its pre-recession average, so what ?

Because the short-term unemployment rate has returned to its pre-recession average, one important implication—if the hypothesis that the long-term unemployed are largely on the margins of the labor market is correct—is that further declines in short-term unemployment would be expected to be associated with rising inflation and stronger real wage growth. 655 more words

United States

And So It Goes...#501

Herewith an example of campaign propaganda dissemination contrasting the published version with the content of the original.

From Letters to the Editor,Yorkshire Evening Post,Tuesday,22 July 2014:- 449 more words

UK Politics

Don't give up on America's long-term unemployed just yet

Federal Reserve researchers argue that the central bank has been right not to give up on the ranks of America’s long-term unemployed.

The plight of the long-term jobless has been at the heart of… 482 more words