A former Bureau of Labor Statistics head says actual joblessness is closer to 11%. Voices from the left and right, and even the Fed, seem to agree.
Only Korea and Japan have higher percentages of workers ages 65 to 69, but they're rare even in Europe's strongest economies.
The Awaken Cafe posted a message after someone shattered its window, broadening the conversation while asserting a local business' place in it.
A new study says even in the cheapest area, it takes at least $10.20 for a US worker to achieve economic stability.
All told, the cost hit $3.6 billion in 2012 alone. As cases and victims' frustration mount, the Pentagon and Congress are slow to act.
As the long-term unemployed get desperate, a professional deception industry has sprung up to help. Is it legal?
'KFC eleven' will serve boneless chicken and rice bowls to woo millennials, but does that really make it upscale?
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Consumers are very status conscious in Asia, Africa and other emerging-market areas. This is especially true in China.
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Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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