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Businesses pledge jobs for military spouses

Businesses pledge jobs for military spouses

By Madeline Fry
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Military | As a military spouse, Kathy Roth-Douquet earned less than one-tenth of her previous salary. Now, as the CEO of Blue Star Families, she is committed to…

Job-seeker friendly

Job-seeker friendly

By Sophia Lee
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Lifestyle | Southern California churches reach the unemployed through job fairs 

Ireland’s economic comeback

By Cal Thomas
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Economy | DUBLIN—They called it the “Celtic Tiger,” a period of prosperity between 1995 and 2008, during which everything in Ireland appeared to come up…

Puerto Rico’s low labor force participation rate

By Marvin Olasky
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Puerto Rico | As I researched my cover story on Puerto Rico in the current issue of WORLD Magazine, I appreciated the work of José Alvarado Vega and Alex Díaz, who four…

Joaquin and Obama: Two forces of nature

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | Hurricane Joaquin dumped large amounts of rain on the East Coast, but another “force of nature” flooded the country with so much rhetoric it was difficult…

Boot camp not welfare benefits

By Cal Thomas
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Welfare | BELFAST, Northern Ireland—Since his party’s impressive election victory in May, British Prime Minister David Cameron is moving quickly to fulfill his…

New York, University of California adopt $15 minimum wage

By Jae Wasson
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Business | Maybe New York’s fast-food workers shouldn’t be celebrating their new $15 minimum wage. While advocates for a higher minimum wage say it will help…

Maximum impact

By David Skeel
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News | Minimum wage laws have forced Puerto Rico to say ‘Adios’ to jobs

EU to U.K.: Get moms back to work

By Kiley Crossland
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Family | Stay-at-home moms in the U.K. need to get back into the workforce, according to a European Union (EU) recommendation presented to financial leaders last week.

Small business owners warn extending overtime pay will kill jobs

By Abby Reese
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Business | President Barack Obama has proposed an overhaul of the nation’s overtime pay rules that could require business owners to pay billions more for overtime.

The young and the jobless in post-Arab Spring nations face tough odds

By Laura Edghill
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Middle East | Millions of young people in the Middle East and North Africa are competing for jobs that are increasingly scarce. In the aftermath of the Arab Spring,

The O’Malley factor

By Cal Thomas
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Campaign 2016 | Martin O’Malley, former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor, announced his presidential candidacy on Saturday, and said some things that could be taken as…

 
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