• Black workers see marginal decline in unemployment, but still have a long way to go
  • A Strong Dollar and A Stronger Economy Pressurize the U.S. Manufacturers
  • UAW’s Goal to Close Wage Gap Might Further Push Automakers down South to Mexico
  • Protected: Despite Uptick in the Economy, Slow Recovery Ahead For Older Workers

Black workers see marginal decline in unemployment, but still have a long way to go

After being unemployed since December 2014, Akim St. Omer thought that the February’s typical hiring drag would pass by spring. Most schools, whether private or public, usually slow down on hiring during February to decide on returning staff contracts, then resume hiring by March and April. He lost his job […]

A Bloc in Need of Visitors

Link to data visualization As summer progresses and spring shifts into the rearview, travelers and tourists have begun to flock to major tourism and leisure markets across the globe in search for a place to unwind. The world tourism industry, like any other industry is driven by demand. The Eurozone, […]

A Strong Dollar and A Stronger Economy Pressurize the U.S. Manufacturers

The strong U.S. dollar signals economic growth, but it is also hurting American businesses overseas, especially manufacturers, who face falling sales, squeezed profits and prospects of major job cuts. Caterpillar Inc., for example, the world’s largest construction and mining equipment maker, faced stiff competition due to the strong U.S. dollar […]

UAW’s Goal to Close Wage Gap Might Further Push Automakers down South to Mexico

By Danni Santana For the better part of a decade, newer autoworkers in the U.S. have earned half the wages of their veteran co-workers who do the same job. In September, the United Auto Workers is determined to close the gap when union leaders negotiate new contracts with U.S. automakers. […]

Protected: Despite Uptick in the Economy, Slow Recovery Ahead For Older Workers

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Black workers see marginal decline in unemployment, but still have a long way to go

Black workers see marginal decline in unemployment, but still have a long way to go

After being unemployed since December 2014, Akim St. Omer thought that the February’s typical hiring drag would pass by spring. Most schools, whether private or public, usually slow down on hiring during February to decide on returning...

 

A Bloc in Need of Visitors

Link to data visualization As summer progresses and spring shifts into the rearview, travelers and tourists have begun to flock to major tourism and leisure markets across the globe in search for a place to unwind. The world tourism industry,...

 

A Strong Dollar and A Stronger Economy Pressurize the U.S. Manufacturers

A Strong Dollar and A Stronger Economy Pressurize the U.S. Manufacturers

The strong U.S. dollar signals economic growth, but it is also hurting American businesses overseas, especially manufacturers, who face falling sales, squeezed profits and prospects of major job cuts. Caterpillar Inc., for example, the world’s...

 

UAW’s Goal to Close Wage Gap Might Further Push Automakers down South to Mexico

UAW’s Goal to Close Wage Gap Might Further Push Automakers down South to Mexico

By Danni Santana For the better part of a decade, newer autoworkers in the U.S. have earned half the wages of their veteran co-workers who do the same job. In September, the United Auto Workers is determined to close the gap when union leaders...

 

Protected: Despite Uptick in the Economy, Slow Recovery Ahead For Older Workers

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Protected: Seniors citizens struggle with nation’s fastest-growing student loan balance

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Rising demand for H1-B visas raises questions on immigration reform

Rising demand for H1-B visas raises questions on immigration reform

Some say they steal American jobs. Others say they spur the economy. But there is one thing immigration experts across the board agree on: the rules to bring and keep high-skilled immigrants to the US need to change. The demand for high-skilled...

 

Speculative homebuilding may cause a single-family housing shortage

Speculative homebuilding may cause a single-family housing shortage

Last spring, Vince Phelps, a homebuilder in Lynchburg, Virginia, wanted to build a single-family home “on spec” – industry parlance for a dwelling built without an owner in place. But Phelps was soon frustrated: he couldn’t find a bank...

 

Protected: The On-Demand Economy Improves the Lives of Part-Time Workers, but at What Cost?

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MARCH DEFICIT EXPECTED TO INCREASE WITH END OF PORT STRIKES

February’s unusually low trade deficit will not be seen in March. The consensus forecast for the March trade deficit is $42.0 billion, up 11% from February’s revised deficit of $37.8 billion. The resolution of the West Coast port...