Tag: unemployment

Opinion

Unemployment rates still worrisome

Very soon, our seniors will be graduating and thrust into the workforce where they will meet an unemployment rate of 14.2 percent, according to bls.gov. In fact, according to theatlantic.com, 53 percent of recent college graduates are jobless or unemployed. President Obama said that if he can’t restore job growth to the pre-Bush era, where…

Opinion

Proposition could rebuild job market

The future doesn’t look promising right now. Unemployment is at an all-time high with 14 million people jobless and 25 million unable to find full-time jobs. President Barack Obama recently proposed the American Jobs Act, which would create 1.9 million new jobs and a one percent drop in unemployment rates by the end of 2012….

News

President Shalala appears on ‘Meet the Press’

University of Miami President Donna E. Shalala sat among other education experts on NBC’s “Meet the Press” roundtable discussion on Sunday morning. The discussion centered on education and kicked off NBC News’ weeklong “Education Nation Summit.” This summit, which was introduced last year, includes extended coverage on education in America on all of NBC’s broadcast…

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