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Why unemployment remains low even as layoffs tick up
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Hint: It has to do with the tight job market and old unemployment systems. Plus, an MBA class tackles uncomfortable workplace conversations.
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The job market is still tight, so many who've lost jobs rejoin the workforce fast. Others aren't eager to deal with the unemployment insurance system.
A majority still think the country is headed for a recession. But the majority's shrinking.
Seven banks, including Wells Fargo and Capital One, are launching a competitor to services like Apple Pay and PayPal later this year.
The eurozone, the world's largest currency bloc, is both a blueprint and cautionary tale for the two countries.
Role-playing is key in training to fix interpersonal problems on the job. "It's not about being right or wrong, it's being effective," a facilitator says.