My husband has always worked very hard and provided for our family in a way that has allowed me to stay at home with the children, given us a comfortable home, plenty of clothes and good food. 193 more words
From Jeff Borland, Professor of Economics at University of Melbourne:
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…95% of the time a government spends thinking about unemployment should be spent thinking about ways to promote economic growth.
It has been a while. Too long of a while. I’ve missed you terribly. And being that we are now balls deep in summer, and I am woefully unemployed, spending my time watching HGTV, drowning my sorrows in red wine, and filling out job applications that will most definitely go ignored, I return to you as a cure for my idleness. 515 more words
Via the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Job services overhaul worth $5.1 billion to benefit young job seekers and long-term unemployed. Excerpt then a prediction: 359 more words