Unemployment Rate in U.S. Falls Officially as the Truth Lies in Details

Unemployment Rate in U.S. Falls Officially as the Truth Lies in Details

Details of the official unemployment rates were released this week by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, showing the national unemployment rate falling to 5.4 percent. This was down from March’s rate of 5.5 percent. Over 220,000 jobs were added in April, which is up dramatically from the 85,000 reported for March, which was […]

Millennials and the Silent Generation

Millennials and the Silent Generation

Millennials, a group born somewhere between the mid-1980s and early 2000s, may have more in common with the Silent Generation, those who grew up in the 1920’s and experienced¬†the Great Depression, than with their Baby Boomer parents. This generation, also known as ‘Generation Y,’ due to being born right after the X Generation,¬†is often seen […]