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Expectation vs. Reality

I have a plan for everything. I’m talkin’ a 3 months in advance, hour-by-hour kind of plan. I’m genetically predisposed to this sort of dysfunction. I also have very little patience. 672 more words

Living In London

Slum Ignominy

Life is lived in common, but not in community.- Michael Harrington

Around two months back, I was coming from Ernakulum (city in Kerala) by Trivandrum rajdhani express to Hazrat Nizammuddin Station. 415 more words


‘Education Key To Curbing Youth Unemployment’

The management of a publishing firm, Pearson Nigeria, has stressed the need for skills acquisition in schools, saying it is the elixir for reducing youth unemployment in the country. 506 more words


Employment participation policies and the ‘good society’

In the closing plenary panel at  last week’s Australian Social Policy Conference, ACOSS’ Peter Davidson @pagdavidson, highlighted three interrelated challenges for workforce participation and welfare reform. 1,833 more words

INNOVATE2016: FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel On Key Issues In 2016

Data privacy, technological unemployment and the Internet of Things will play an increasingly central role in the upcoming election.

Source: INNOVATE2016: FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel On Key Issues In 2016

Politics And Policy

Layoffs and Furloughs – How to prepare and cope with them

There are 7.9 million unemployed people in the United States. The current unemployment rate of 5.1% has gone down in comparison to where we were last September at… 327 more words

Personal Finance

Why fewer jobless Americans are counting on disability

Nine million people in America today are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance, double the number in 1995 and six times the number in 1970. With statistics like that, it’s hardly surprising to see some in Congress worry that more will enroll in the program and costs would continue to rise, especially since government funding for disability insurance is expected to run out by the end of next year. 747 more words