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Chicago schools face $200 million in cuts

Jul 6, 2015
The cutbacks come just 2 years after the city closed almost 50 elementary schools.
Posted In: Chicago, Taxes, public schools, Unemployment, Transportation

In Greece, breadwinners struggle to make ends meet

Jun 22, 2015
With an unemployment rate of 25 percent, workers must support extended families.
Posted In: greekcrisis, Greek, Greece, Unemployment
New encampments of homeless people are in plain sight in Los Angeles. Dennis Epping and Christine Boyer have pitched a tent above the Harbor Freeway, just a bridge away from downtown Los Angeles.

Making a home without a house

May 29, 2015
As more tents go up, homeless couples are forgoing shelters to stay together.
Posted In: homelessness, los angeles, Unemployment

In Los Angeles, homeless camps are suddenly everywhere

May 28, 2015
It's easier to camp on public land now, and there's less room in shelters.
Posted In: homelessness, Skid Row, Unemployment

How calculating GDP is like making a gravy

May 19, 2015
"Reduce it down and get the real essence of flavor," says a Fed economist.
Posted In: Gross Domestic Product (GDP), bureau of economic analysis, Unemployment
A Halliburton facility in Port Fourchon, Louisiana.

Halliburton woes cause jitters in North Dakota

Apr 20, 2015
As oil prices fall, so do profits and headcounts at Halliburton.
Posted In: Halliburton, Oil, Unemployment
An oil rig extracts petroleum.

Oil layoffs start at wellheads and work their way up

Apr 17, 2015
Unemployment claims have doubled in Texas as the oil industry sheds workers.
Posted In: oil industry, Unemployment, texas
A model of the Wright Brothers’ workshop in Dayton, Ohio, where they designed and built the first working airplane on display at Carillon Historical Park.

Finding the beta version of Silicon Valley

Mar 20, 2015
Does the American dream still exist in America? Location, location, location.
Posted In: innovation, Unemployment, Dayton, Ohio, invention, technology

Addressing inequality for Black and Hispanic students

Mar 19, 2015
A report from The National Urban League paints a grim picture on education.
Posted In: National Urban League, Hispanic, minority, students, African American Unemployment, Unemployment
Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen said Tuesday that the US labor market still showed cyclical weakness and inflation continued to fall, making any interest rate hike unlikely before June.

Why inflation is the new variable to watch

Feb 26, 2015
With employment and salaries improving, policymakers are focusing on inflation
Posted In: inflation, The Federal Reserve, wages, Unemployment

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