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False Promises: Trump And The Revitalization Of The US Economy

President Trump likes to talk up his success in promoting the reindustrialization of the United States and the return of good manufacturing jobs.  But there is little reason to take his talk seriously. 1,394 more words

Corporations

Infrastructural development as a means to Job creation in Malawi.

Proponents of stages of economic growth theory suggest that a traditional society lasts for a century, as such based on this proposition we can argue that Malawi has less than 50 years to move into the next stage of pre-conditional take-off. 453 more words

Infrastructural Development

The Popularity Of Unions Is Growing, Especially Among Younger People

The Pew Research Center recently surveyed Americans about their views of labor unions and corporations.

As the chart below shows, a growing percentage of Americans view both unions and corporations favorably.  321 more words

Corporations

KOGI PROMISES EMPLOYMENT FOR N-POWER TEACH VOLUNTEERS

Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi has assured the N-Power teach volunteers in the state that they will be absorbed into the civil service at the end of their service. 459 more words

Nigerian News

Is the Foxconn Deal A Big Win For President Trump?

Good morning.

The Facebook juggernaut continues, Samsung is printing money despite its many woes, and just as many CEOs pride themselves on being their company’s chief product officer or the top dog on marketing, Donald Trump is proving to be a very fine commerce secretary. 340 more words

Tech

Dr. Okowa, Delta government trains 28 impaired persons in vocational skills

Physical impaired persons are usually subjected to neglect, abandonment, street begging mostly among the third world countries.

Delta state government trains and empowers physically challenged persons with business starter packs in fish production, arts and craft, catering and confectionary. 250 more words

News

Race and Ethnicity Discrimination in the US Labor Market

The US labor market, much like US society, is marked by discrimination.  The following charts, taken from two Economic Policy Institute blog posts, highlight some of the labor market consequences of racial and ethnic discrimination. 202 more words

Job Creation