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    With more jobs are being created, combined with both rising wages and improved housing, ...
  2. Consumer Confidence Down From Last Year

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  3. 7 States with the Healthiest Labor Markets in ...

    Find out which states are will have the healthiest labor markets in 2016. The oil ...
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    A look at what "discretionary time off" policy means and understanding the vacation ...
  5. Is Taking Time Off from Work a Good Idea? 

    While taking a break from work has great appeal, you'll need to be prepared. Here ...
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    By analyzing these serial entrepreneurs, we see that key characteristics of successful ...
  1. What the Strong Jobs Report Means for Home Depot

    With more jobs are being created, combined with both rising wages and improved housing, ...
  2. ChartAdvisor for March 11, 2016 (SPY, DIA)

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
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    A look at what "discretionary time off" policy means and understanding the vacation ...
  4. Chart Advisor for December 11, 2015 (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  5. Jobs, Manufacturing and Oil

    Today's economic data relates to employment levels, industrial production and crude ...
  6. 3 Stocks to Play a Falling Unemployment Rate ...

    Three stocks to consider as the unemployment rate falls.
  1. Will a hike in the minimum wage result in deadweight loss to businesses and labor?

    Learn the effects of a minimum wage hike on businesses and the market. Learn how deadweight loss is created by such hikes ...
  2. What is the difference between frictional unemployment and structural unemployment?

    Learn about structural unemployment and frictional unemployment, the differences between the two types and their main characteristics.
  3. What determines labor productivity?

    Examine the two primary components of labor productivity, applied technical efficiency and available capital goods, and learn ...
  4. Who runs the Bureau of Labor Statistics?

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks the nation's working conditions and provides critical data to the public, government ...
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