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    By analyzing these serial entrepreneurs, we see that key characteristics of successful ...
  2. How to Take Maternity Leave as a Freelancer

    Freelancers are not covered under the Family and Medical Leave Act, but maternity ...
  3. What Is the Labor Market Conditions Index?

    The Labor Market Conditions Index is a new Fed indicator to track labor statistics. ...
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  5. How to Manage Corporate Change in the Modern ...

    Change can make employees uncomfortable, but these keys can help ease the transition ...
  6. How Smart Companies Are Keeping Employees Engaged

    Engaged employees are essential to your company's success. Learn what's important ...
  1. Chart Advisor for December 11, 2015 (SPY, DIA)

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

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

    Three stocks to consider as the unemployment rate falls.
  4. The 6 Biggest Fortune 500 Employers

    In 2015, five of the top six biggest Fortune 500 companies are retailers.
  5. End of Fed's Bond-Buying Program: 7 Things To ...

    This article helps investors understand the economic and financial effects that result ...
  6. ChartAdvisor for Sept. 26, 2014

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes
  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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