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The Economic Recovery Still A Mirage For American Workers

The Economic Recovery Still A Mirage For American Workers

Throughout the 2012 election and into the economic confrontations of 2013, President Barack Obama has frequently referred to the country as being in a "recovery." But a new report released by the Heldrich Center for Workplace Development tells a different story, and challenges the idea that there's yet been... Read More »

Gen Y Wants  'Balance' More Than An Interesting Job Or Wealth, Study Finds

Gen Y Wants 'Balance' More Than An Interesting Job Or Wealth, Study Finds

Young people are often viewed as wide-eyed idealists. But a new survey shows that the youngest generation is as pragmatic as their older counterparts when it comes to job security, ranking that as more important than becoming wealthy or having a prestigious job. That is in striking contrast to boomers and... Read More »

Why Entrepreneurship May Be The Last,  Best Option For Displaced Baby Boomers

Why Entrepreneurship May Be The Last, Best Option For Displaced Baby Boomers

The Great Recession sent shockwaves throughout the jobs market that still resonate today. Research conducted by the Pew Research Center reveals that 55 percent of American workers have suffered a period of unemployment, a cut in pay, a reduction in hours, or an involuntary period of working part-time. As... Read More »

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