Department of Labor
Hundreds of newly laid-off casino workers began filing for unemployment Wednesday morning, the first attendees at an assistance center that expects to process 5,000 workers over the next three days.
According to newly-released Department of Labor statistics, veterans under 35 who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan have an unemployment rate around 11 percent.
The company has promised to give priority consideration to applicants displaced by Superstorm Sandy and the long-term unemployed, particularly those already involved in storm cleanup efforts.
The newspapers that are not endorsing President Barack Obama are extremely brave. They are to be positively recognized for their courage to stand up against the onslaught of the liberal media which refuses to speak in the best interest of the country as the presidential election nears.
Obviously, one does not need a math degree of any sort to realize that something is amiss with these figures and thereby needs further explanation. It appears as though their number of those who found work, the number of new jobs created, or both are inaccurate.
The blatant lies and the desperate spins generated from the “left” have been absolutely frightening. What’s extremely sad for them is that they don’t have a prayer of keeping the White House without creating lies and spinning obvious negatives into self-reported positives.
Named in indictments are 35-year-old Newark resident Terry Dilligard II, whom authorities characterized as the scheme’s mastermind, and his mother, father, twin sister and former girlfriend.
Producers on Wednesday confirmed that “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” would be delayed. Again.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued the citations for four separate incidents late last year that resulted in injuries to the cast.
Along with some less-than-stellar reviews this week, the Spider-Man musical has suffered another big blow from state safety inspectors, who slapped the show with two safety violations.
Are we there yet? Despite some disappointing holiday sales results, there are new signs this week pointing to an improving economy. But what about unemployment?