The Best Resources for Veterans and Their Families

This post was originally published in February of 2015, but given that November 11th, this past Saturday was Veterans’ day I thought this should be reposted. The tragedy of suicides among veterans needs to be alleviated by the action of many.   There was a very sad case in the news the other day. A female …

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Is Sexism at work in the Labor Market?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced some interesting unemployment figures the other day. They announced that the rate of unemployment for men has dropped below that of women for the first time since 2006. Is this evidence of sexism being in action in the workplace? The Facts The unemployment rate of men in October was …

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Will American’s ever accept shorter workweeks?

I came across an article comparing Danish workers to American workers. The author talked about how happy Danish workers are to be at work while American workers seem to have a universal dislike of being at work. The author attributed this to the fact that Danes work regular weeks while Americans work long weeks. The …

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The US DOL Fights Child Labor Violations IN OTHER COUNTRIES!

  I have great news! Apparently all child labor violations in the US have been solved. We have eliminated child labor violations in the our country so now the United States Department of Labor is fighting child labor violations in other countries. US DOL International Division? Did you know that the United States Department of …

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