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QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy--or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

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10 Steps from Job Interview to Job Offer

10 Steps from Job Interview to Job Offer
Contrary to popular belief, your resume doesn't get you a job offer. Your resume is the sales brochure that gets you a job interview. Your job interview is usually a key determinant in whether or not you will get a job offer, assuming you have good …
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How To Negotiate Your Salary Once You Have The Job Offer
Longtime New York career coach Ellis Chase's client had just gotten an offer for a great job as an analyst at a hedge fund, and she'd been successful in staving off any discussion of base salary or bonus up to that point. Chase had coached her in this …
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A pending job offer and waiting for citizenship
There are instances when USCIS can expedite processing of certain requests, including EADs, but there are specific grounds for doing so. A pending job offer would likely not be considered reason enough to speed your EAD. According to USCIS, all …
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Confessions of a Bad Teacher: The Shocking Truth from the Front Lines of American Public Education

Confessions of a Bad Teacher: The Shocking Truth from the Front Lines of American Public Education

Confessions of a Bad Teacher: The Shocking Truth from the Front Lines of American Public Education

An explosive new look at the pressures on today’s teachers and the pitfalls of school reform, Confessions of a Bad Teacher presents a passionate appeal to save public schools, before it’s too late.

When John Owens left a lucrative job to teach English at a public school in New York City’s South Bronx, he thought he could do some good. Faced with a flood of struggling students, Owens devised ingenious ways to engage every last one. But as his students began to thrive under his tutelage, Owens found himself increasingly mired in a broken educational system, driven by broken statistics, finances, and administrations undermining their own support system-the teachers.

The situation has gotten to the point where the phrase “Bad Teacher” is almost interchangeable with “Teacher.” And Owens found himself labeled just that when the methods he saw inspiring his students didn’t meet the reform mandates. With firsthand accounts from teachers across the country and tips for improving public schools, Confessions of a Bad Teacher is an eye-opening call-to-action to embrace our best educators and create real reform for our children’s futures.

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[FMWU] A Jobless Recovery from Recession Woes

[FMWU] A Jobless Recovery from Recession Woes

In this week’s Friday Market Wrap-Up, WCI’s Chief Investment Strategist Matthew ‘Whiz’ Buckley discusses a disappointing jobs report, flat hourly earnings, A…

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How much do u spend on groceries from the store for one person every week?

Question by beckyray62: How much do u spend on groceries from the store for one person every week?
And how much would you guess the average budgeted consumer spends?

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Answer by the stool fairy
im at about 400 per month

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Will private market gains from cutting federal spending grow faster than losses from the cuts?

Question by Pete S: Will private market gains from cutting federal spending grow faster than losses from the cuts?
So cutting federal spending in effect lays off federal employees and private market employees who work on corporate contacts that are federally funded. Which means they stop having a paycheck to spend while they look for new work. But if that allows us to cut taxes, then everybody who still has a job keeps more of their paychecks and increase their consumption, creating more jobs. If the damage from the newly unemployed grows faster than the benefits of lower taxes, we lose. Elsewise it is a wining situation. Which way do you think the seesaw tilts, towards gain or loss?

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Answer by The Contentious Otter
In economics increased consumer spending as the result of a tax cut or some other windfall is referred to as “The Wealth Effect”. Economist Cam Hui did a study on the wealth effect and found that for the wealthiest 1% of Americans, the amount equaled roughly 5%, which means for every $ 100 the wealthy do not spend in taxes, they spend an extra $ 5 on consumer goods. The real problem comes from the fact that the other $ 95 usually ends up in commodities markets, driving up gasoline and other commodity prices, leading to consumer retrenchment and a recessionary spiral.

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Does It Matter If You Get Laid Off From A Job?

Question by anonymous: Does It Matter If You Get Laid Off From A Job?
I Used To Be A Cashier At JC Penney. But, I Got Laid Off. I’m Not Sure Why, Though. But, I’ve Put JC Penney As A Refrence On Job Applications. But, I Never Get Called.

Besides The Economic Crisis, Are They Not Calling Me For An Interview, Because I’ve Been Laid Off? Does It Matter? Does That Refrence Still Help Me? Or What It Be Better Not To Put It As A Refrence.

By The Way I Worked About A Month Or Less.

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Answer by PiggiePants
Being laid off means you lost your job through no fault of your own, due to workforce reduction, company reorganization or closure, etc. It does not reflect badly on your resume as would a termination or firing. The job market is very tight right now, so it could take a while to land a new job. Just keep applying. As long as you were not fired for cause, and are sure you will get a good reference from Penneys, you should keep the job on your applications since it shows you have some experience working.

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The course that's missing from every MBA curriculum

The course that's missing from every MBA curriculum
“How to outsource” – a course where you have to build something (that actually works) using only offshore teams or individuals. Syllabus is simple. Give each student $ 500 in credit on eLance/oDesk and let 'er rip. Students can pool resources to build …
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Outbounders.com, the World's Largest Outbound Marketing Company With 7500
Other staffing sites like Odesk, Elance, or Freelancer still charge fees as high as 10% to hire staff using their platforms, do not offer niche technology or recruiting specific to operating sales campaigns and do not have any membership programs for …
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Making the outsourcing option work for your small business: Ask SCORE
eLance.com. Fellow entrepreneurs can also be good sources of advice and referrals for outsource contractors. But don't just take their word for it. Needs and priorities differ from one firm to another making someone else's perfect fit less suitable to you.
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Time Magazine Unemployment U.S. General James Dozier Freed From Red Brigade 1982

Unemployment Policy: Government Options for the Labour Market

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Small Business Startup Checklist: Tips from Those Who've Been There

Small Business Startup Checklist: Tips from Those Who've Been There
She says, “The best thing we ever did was get connected to other businesses through Elance, an online freelance community. I don't remember how we found out about it, but we work with some really great people all around the world who we might never …
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Lansing E. "Lance" Davis
LOWVILLE, N.Y. — Lansing E. “Lance” Davis, 74, of Park Avenue, died Friday afternoon, April 25, at this home, under the loving care of his family and Lewis County Hospice. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 29, at Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc., …
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Fabio Rosati: The Biggest Unrecognized Opportunity in the Sharing Economy
At Elance-oDesk, for example, with the number of annual job posts now in the millions, we employ a team of data scientists to measure and improve freelancer-to-client matching algorithms. The Internet-enabled sharing economy is reducing the …
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