The enormous, debt-funded unemployment benefits beefed up just several months ago de-incentivized work and created undue hurdles for businesses to bring back employees.
A new study from the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) found Congress’ beefed up unemployment insurance corrupted claims and killed jobs.
The jobs report released Thursday shows the second consecutive month of growth and the highest jobs increase in American history.
Another 1.9 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, marking the first time in more than two months new claims fell below 2 million.
By including occupational licensing reforms among their reopening strategies, states can strengthen their workforces during this time of crisis and beyond.
Students with bright prospects and high hopes after graduation are now faced with tough decisions about where to live and what to do with their degrees.
While Thursday’s new jobs numbers show an 8-week decline in new first-time filings, new jobless claims still shatter previous records.
More than 38 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since state and local lockdowns initiated widespread economic self-destruction.
‘Thank God the state is opening so myself and thousands can finally escape this nightmare,’ says a former restaurant manager who is still waiting for unemployment after nine weeks of being forced out of a job.
More than 100,000 small businesses have permanently shuttered within just two months as pandemic lockdowns devastated the nation’s economy.
Overwhelming surges in calls to crisis hotlines have sparked concerns over a looming mental health crisis that has long been already here.
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House Democrats unveiled their latest bill for round four of coronavirus relief that includes a six months extension of boosted unemployment benefits
The U.S. unemployment rate reached a record 14.7 percent in April as unprecedented job losses continue under the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.
New data from the Department of Labor shows 3.2 million Americans filed fresh claims for unemployment last week bringing the pandemic total over 33 million.
Appeals to the common good have always resurfaced when a problem arises in society, but difficulties emerge when different people have varied opinions about what to value.
The South Dakota governor rejected the mandatory government-forced shutdown. Now, the media claim her decisions were made out of emotion and naked ambition, not courage.
New data from the Department of Labor Thursday reveals more than 3.8 million people filed for unemployment bringing the six week total to 30 million.
Governors and mayors shut down the country with little data but are waiting for absolute certainty to reopen, wreaking havoc on the nation’s mental health.
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