Fox News host Tucker Carlson came to the conclusion on Sunday that low student loan rates were to blame for long-term joblessness.
Hiring picked up in February, helping to bring the unemployment rate down to its lowest level since before Obama took office, and stocks hit yet another record high.
Naomi Klein in 2000, talking about attempts to organize McDonald's workers. I know a lot of media people read our site, so I wonder why they seem so oblivious to the ongoing economic pain suffered by so many through this recession. Do they know
Fred Clark from Slacktivist points out something that should be obvious to anyone with an ounce of empathy -- or intelligence: The confused conservatives seem to mistakenly believe that during the Great Recession those 8 million workers were
I read yesterday that our actual unemployment rate is 22 percent. That's right, more than one in five Americans is out of work, yet for some odd reason, our political class and the Villagers are completely obsessed with the idea that our single
This appeared in the Wall Street Journal, so the article's very sympathetic to employers who say they can't fill job openings. First, let me wipe
Judging from the recent polls, if the Democrats don't figure out a way to either get people employed or at least extend unemployment benefits for