ROVING REPORTER While the World Crumbles, a Peruvian Boom
Living in Peru, it can be tough to remember that much of the West is facing economic turmoil unlike anyone under the age of 80 has ever seen. The news of the world looks grim: Unemployment remains at ... Posted on 8/17/11 at 3:26 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Most long-term jobless are baby boomers
You may have read recent reports about the growing ranks of the long-term unemployment, even though overall jobless numbers are improving.
Nearly half (46 percent) of the long-term unemployed in the c... Posted on 6/8/10 at 8:16 AM
Bill Day is a top political cartoonist with more than 30 years of experience. But he’s also unemployed after being laid-off during the economic recession and is in danger of losing his home. CagleCartoons.com is now asking for contributions to help him.
Daryl Cagle of CagleCartoons.com
, November 27, 2012
In Duluth, the people who have been most affected by the recession — and the local programs designed to help them cope — could be hurting even more in the next year because donations are down at the same time that demand for services is up.
In the midst of the worst economic period since the Great Depression, Service Printers has actually added staff and overhead to bring in new business, even though its revenue was down and competitors were cutting employees — one of the highest expenses for any business.
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