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Unemployment increases with January job cuts

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

An increase in unemployment was to be expected entering the new year.

According to a report from the Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives, seasonal job cuts were recorded in January for construction, retail trade, education, leisure and hospitality, and professional and business services. 233 more words



Last night I fucked up.

I completely forgot to write yesterday.

I was occupied with accepting a big job offer. It will be a new adventure and I am excited and terrified. 315 more words

Where's the cue-ball going?

Common expression by snooker commentator John Virgo. The first May bank holiday weekend always means the Snooker final for me.

So far, in the semi-finals, Din Junhui of China leads Alan McManus of Scotland 14 frames to 10 going into the final session tomorrow; first to win 17 frames wins the semi-final. 70 more words

We're back!

It appears I return to blogging at points when I am severely dissatisfied with an aspect of my life, and for the past 5 post-college years, that aspect has been work. 496 more words

Day 14: Wait, Wait, I Didn't Mean That!

Today I spent a little over an hour working on an application for a job only to realize that it is probably not a job I want.   219 more words

Job Hunt

Has the job market gotten a lot better for workers lately?

The last time I came here, to my oft-neglected blog, I had found out that I was being laid off from my job. I found out on the Ides of March (March 15, 2016), and my actual last day was March 25. 143 more words


Why The US 10 Year Treasury Is Headed Below 1%

US GDP Output Gap Update – Q1 2016

Among our favorite indicators to write about is the GDP output gap. Today we update it with the latest Q1 2016 GDP data. 653 more words