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Labor Department Says Maryland Added 11,500 Jobs In February

BALTIMORE (AP) — Labor market analysts say Maryland added 11,500 jobs in February, although the state’s unemployment rate held steady at 4.2 percent.

The Baltimore Sun reports that last month’s job gains… 93 more words

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How new technology affects educational choices: lessons from English apprenticeships after the arrival of steam power

by Alexandra de Pleijt (Utrecht University), Chris Minns and Patrick Wallis (London School of Economics)

Many workers today worry whether robots will do away with their jobs. 398 more words

India: Demographic Dividend or Demographic Bomb?

This week, I closed my time in India as a resident and moved back to London. Those who know me well are aware of my deep love for my country of birth. 970 more words

People

Johns Hopkins Giving Opportunities, Investing In Community

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Johns Hopkins University is using its clout to create job opportunities for people who’ve struggled to get jobs in the past.

This is an initiative where the world renowned university pledges to invest millions into local communities. 343 more words

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Long-Term Structural Change in the US Economy: Manufacturing is Simply Following the Path of Agriculture

A.  Introduction

A major theme of Trump, both during his campaign and now as president, has been that jobs in manufacturing have been decimated as a direct consequence of the free trade agreements that started with NAFTA.   4,477 more words

Labor

Invest in Africa

by IMFBlog

As the Group of Twenty finance ministers and central bank governors meet in Germany this week, policymakers are looking to increase investment in Africa. 313 more words

IMF

How Can We Create Jobs? - 2017

In 1992 James Carville, Bill Clinton’s campaign manager, famously coined the phrase, “The Economy, Stupid.” The phrase went viral as it was transformed into, “It’s the economy, stupid.” Today, in 2017, many observers claim that Carville’s slogan still applies. 4,901 more words

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