Lindsay Lohan Casts Her Vote! Enough Issues Of Her Own Lindsay Lohan should have enough issues to focus on in her life (like, say, the blow up fight she had with her mom andsubsequent fight she had with her dad) but she has another on her mind: Unemployment. The Liz & Dick star stepped out at tonight’s Mr […]
Vincent Giardano, 52-year-old, a former employee of a law firm in NY is now handing his resumes in hopes of finding a new job. Until two years ago, Giordano worked for a big law firm, making copies of documents and providing litigation support. Then he was laid off. How come? “The economy,” he shrugs. “They […]
It’s not clear who was behind the stunt that had Mannequins dangled from two billboards during the morning commute times. The billboards read “Dying for Work” and were later deemed vandalism by local law enforcement officials. Mannequins hanging from nooses on two Las Vegas billboards Wednesday were part of an apparent publicity stunt that […]
Actor Nicolas Cage gets attached to a bizarre resume blunder that inspired a new addition to the RidicuList.
When you hear the word intern, you probably don’t think of people like Kristina Shands. For starters, she’s 38
Double dip is not a term that a government keen to extricate itself from the economic-crisis-management business likes to hear. A couple of weeks ago, the Obama Administration was poised to switch to growth mode
2010 was a tough year, not just for Barack Obama, not just for America, but for the West.
The good news is that the American economy is back to its precrisis size. The U.S
Before I started writing this column on why paychecks are likely to keep shrinking even if unemployment starts to inch down, I consulted Google to see if the term Marxism was trending upward. It was and has been ever since the end of December, the conclusion of a year in which workers’ share of the U.S
Fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a sign that layoffs are dropping and employers may be hiring more workers. The Labor Department says the number of people seeking benefits dropped 10,000 to 382,000 in the week ending April 2