Dear "The Week," do you hire interns? Oh, I see that you do. How much do you pay them? Do you tend to hire from your internship program? Do your internships meet the NYC requirements for not being illegal? Just some questions that I have.
That piece really owed us an explanation on how this intern was "conscripted" into something illegal. Could she not just call the cops?
I really, really appreciate how the Billfold covers labor stories. It's an important aspect of finance that doesn't get nearly enough mention in other media.
By Tom Smucker on How and Why Josh Eidelson Went From Being a Labor Activist to a Labor Journalist (Also: Labor 101)
I am a retired Verizon employee with a pension, which was a part of the "cost" of employing me for 30 years. Deepomega has taken his or her eye off the ball by focusing on underfunded pensions. In the context of the war on unions described in the interview with Josh Eidelson Deepomega should take a look at all the fully funded pensions that have been gutted and sabotaged by owners. Read "Retirement Heist: by Ellen E, Schultz (Portfolio/Penquin). Schultz is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
Brittany Shoot is the Mike Dang of granddaughters. In that she is the best of granddaughters.
I would just like to point out that 41 is just around the corner. It may not feel like it now, but 30 is going to sneak up on you. 40 even more so.
@WaityKatie The 8.25 percent on that Sallie Mae loan is kind of nuts. It's like charging tuition on a credit card!
@WaityKatie "$1000 dollar-a-week job" lololololololol! These people be cray! That's what I'm getting my Bachelor for - so I can actually earn this kind of money!
I love Meghan Daum. I love her love her love her! I also love how the comment section of everything she writes EVER is filled with hate.