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Find the Motivation to Get You Out of Your Unemployed Slump
  Being unemployed is hard, especially when jobs in your field aren’t hiring. It’s easy to get discouraged in this situation. But don’t let yourself stay in this unemployed slump. Get up and find the motivation to get...
7 Reasons You Should Take A Temporary Job
  It can be difficult to accept a temporary job, since it doesn’t come with a promise to end your phase of unemployment. But it’s important to remember there are multiple benefits of temporary jobs, a fact many ...
The False Statistic You Should Ignore: 47% of Unemployed Have Completely Given Up On Looking For Work
  This isn’t something we normally do but there is a statistic that just came out that journalist across the country are taking the wrong way. The statistic, again is this:  47% of Unemployed have “completely&#...
How To Use Body Language To Achieve A Successful Interview
  Interviews are high-stress situations. With so much on the line, we all get a little jittery. Naturally it is common practice to prepare religiously for tough questions you may be asked, but there could be one thing you&#...
How the Unemployment Rate for One County in Tennessee Remains So Low
  The Goal is to Bring Down Unemployment The unemployment rate in most southern states has not budged since it hit an all time high of over six percent across the country. However, there is one county in the south that has ...
Which Measurement of Unemployment is the Most Accurate?
  In the United States, the Bureau of Labor is responsible for tracking the percentage of people who are unemployed, seeking employment, and/or receiving unemployment benefits. However, a specific definition is used to dete...
4 Popular Television Shows With Unemployed or Underemployed Characters
  Considering the long-lasting effects of the Great Recession, it is no surprise that unemployment or underemployment are becoming popular themes for television shows in the United States. Whether you are comfortable with u...
Unemployment Rates in the U.S. Showing Positive Change in Recent Months
  Although the recovery process for the U.S. economy has been slow since the Great Recession that began back in 2008, there have been more significant changes in recent months that are showing some positive changes for the ...
According to Latest Studies, Most Americans Do Not Sympathize With the Long-Term Unemployed
  Those Who Sympathize According to a new study released by Huffington Post, approximately 49 percent of Americans believe people who have been unemployed for longer than a six-month period should benefit from unemployment ...
Easter Marked By a Spike in Applicants for Unemployment Insurance in the U.S.
  According to U.S. News, there was a significant jump in the number of American citizens who applied for unemployment insurance, and economists are speculating that it was due to Easter layoffs. In specific, the number of ...

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