Tag archive for ‘Unemployment’

Majority Of U.S. Young Adults Now Live With Their Parents

The devastating economic impact of the pandemic in the United States is pushing increasing numbers of young people to move back in with their parents. A recently released Pew Research Center analysis has More...

Jewish Business News On Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

Coronavirus: Industries with the Highest Rate of Unemployment

The national unemployment rate in the U.S. has fallen over the past two months from heights not seen since the Great Depression. Unemployment went down from 14.7 percent in April to 13.3 percent in May, and it More...

Niall McCarthy On Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Where The Most Jobseekers Get Benefits

Unemployment benefits play an important role in financially supporting jobseekers and helping them access training and employment support programs. It is often assumed that in developed countries, jobseekers can More...

Gad Lior On Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Unemployment on the decline, reach lowest rate in 33 years

While unemployment has been on the rise in most of the world in recent years, Israel saw it drop to 4.9 percent in April, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported on Monday. This represents lowest unemployment More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

The State Of Global Youth Unemployment

Global youth unemployment grew significantly between 2007 and 2010 before stabilising this year at just over 13 percent. According to a report from the International Labour Organization, today’s rate of More...

Prof. Kenneth Rogoff On Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Professor of Economics at Harvard University Kenneth Rogoff: The French Exception?

More than ever, the French economy is at the center of the global debate about how far one can push the limits of state size and control in a capitalist democracy. To those on the left, France’s generous benefits More...

Joseph E. Stiglitz
Professor Joseph Stiglitz On Monday, September 7th, 2015

Nobel Laureate in Economics Joseph Stiglitz: Fed Up with the Fed

At the end of every August, central bankers and financiers from around the world meet in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the US Federal Reserve’s economic symposium. This year, the participants were greeted More...

Stanford Professor Michael Boskin: Are the Good Times Over?

 In the 25 years before the Great Recession of 2008-2009, the United States experienced two brief, mild recessions and two strong, long expansions. Globally, incomes grew briskly; inflation abated; and More...

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