Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 1969

Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 1969

The unemployment rate is at 3.7 percent, the lowest it has been since 1969, as the economy continues its nine-year expansion, according to the Department of Labor. The total number of monthly jobs was a disappointment with only 134,000 jobs added in September 2018. This is the lowest monthly total this year, according to the […]

In the Words of Donald Trump ‘You’re Fired!’

In the Words of Donald Trump ‘You’re Fired!’

Growing up impoverished in Massachusetts, Corey Lewandowski who was the grandson of a union printer found it hard to believe he would one day live in the limelight of popular politics with Donald Trump. This is exactly where he ended up as Trump’s recent campaign manager. During press conferences and media appearances from January until […]

Unemployment: Senators Agree to Extend Benefits

Unemployment: Senators Agree to Extend Benefits

Senators from both sides of aisle have come to an agreement to extend federal long-term unemployment benefits for five months. The benefits would be retroactive to when they expired December 28. The bill now goes to the House of Representatives. About 1.3 million people lost their unemployment benefits when they expired on December 28, according to Dana […]