Category Archives: Jobs in America

46% Favor Government Guaranteed Jobs for All

Hmmm, what do you think about this? Learn More.
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A $76,000 Monthly Pension: Why States and Cities Are Short on Cash

$76,111 per month for one pension?? No wonder the government can’t afford their budgets. Learn More.
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After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople

Who could have seen this coming? Learn More.
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Did you know government workers can be forced to pay union dues in exchange for a job?

This year, the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on the issue of whether state and local government employees can be forced to pay union dues in exchange for a job. Learn More.
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FedEx to Give Wage Increases and Bonuses to Workers

FedEx says it’ll be giving wage increases, bonuses and make a voluntary $1.5 billion contribution to the company’s pension plan, citing recent tax reform legislation. Learn More.
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Home Depot hourly employees to receive up to $1,000 bonus due to tax reform

All of Home Depot’s U.S. hourly workers will get at least a $200 bonus, a spokeswoman told CNBC, and the maximum payout is $1,000 for workers who’ve served at least 20 years. Learn More.
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This Seattle Subway can’t sell $5 footlongs because of big government

This is what happens when you have the highest minimum wage… goodbye $5 footlongs. Learn More.
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BREAKING NEWS

The House just passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, cutting taxes for middle-income families all across America.
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Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage is Bad News

Hopefully, this is a wake-up call… READ MORE
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More Bad News for American Workers

The labor force is hitting a new low at the end of the dog days of summer. READ MORE
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