The civil war didn’t just destroy cities. It also destroyed an entire generation's economic prospects.
“Here, men are often discouraged from consummating their first marriage, and shamed if they fail to conceive a child in their second.”
The end of pandemic unemployment benefits will cut weekly checks by $300 for some and, for the majority of people, end their benefits entirely.
ID.me's CEO says unemployment fraud is costing taxpayers $400 billion, but his own company is denying claims because of problems with its tech, users say.
Disillusioned Arbonne reps say that people are driving themselves into debt to sell more of its beauty products.
The pandemic made people find new work with stable hours, better pay, and benefits. Some aren't coming back to their old gigs when concerts return.
Fast food companies hope wage hikes will attract workers despite the industry's particularly unsafe and exploitative workplaces.
Wages in the U.S. have largely remained stagnant for decades.
It can be hard to tell which parts of a listing are required, and which are just wishful thinking.
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