In the Times this weekend, Nancy DiTomaso, a professor of management and global business at Rutgers Business School, discussed some of the research she has done examining how favoritism has played a part in driving inequality and unemployment numbers in the U.S.—especially among African Americans, whose unemployment rate still hovers over 13 percent.
Laid off. Let go. Terminated. Fired.
However you want to spin it, I am jobless.
There are few things that both the Democratic and Republican tickets agree on, but one of them is the importance of getting the unemployed into job retraining programs. The question is: Do job retraining programs work?
There were a few months during the recession when I joined the ranks of the unemployed, and I forced myself to treat each day like a work day.
What do all the numbers meaaan.
French man has good idea maybe.