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What Does Inflation Mean To You?

It’s often been said that inflation is the slow killer of wealth.  Recent headlines in the news have been talking about inflation, or the lack there of it, however the general public feels the pinch in their pockets as prices for food and gasoline have slowly increased.   753 more words


Hello! And welcome to Advice About Unemployment. 

Here you will be able to find everything you need to know about how to handle and, hopefully, get out of unemployment. 209 more words


An EZ Fix


While I disagree with the whole “Empire Zone” (E.Z.) idea as one of the worse ways to truly develop poor areas of New York State, it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere. 315 more words

Gateway Scheme Report - Complaint to International Labour Organisation

This document formed the basis for a complaint (pending) to the International Labour Organisation as the Author believes that this scheme is in breach of the C29 Forced Labour Convention 1930. 2,891 more words

Politics Ireland

Biden Celebrates Labor Day With Call For 'Fair Wage'

Vice President Joe Biden celebrated Labor Day with a call for a “fair wage” at a union rally for workers in Detroit on Monday.

“Folks, the middle class is in real trouble now,” Biden said to an enthusiastic crowd. 92 more words

Is Sweden the place to stay?

Anyone, especially people from my country would have thought that living in Sweden is a guarantee to a better standard of living.

It’s true that the social welfare system in Sweden is mind-blowing. 321 more words

Life & Travel

On Labor Day, Remember the Plight of American Workers

Josh Sager – Labor Day 2014

Every September 1st, the United States takes a day off for Labor Day. Established in 1886 by President Grover Cleveland, Labor Day exists to commemorate the achievements and contributions of labor to the United States. 602 more words

Policy Discussion