The Weekly Standard

The Jobs Problem
The Weekly Standard
What's anomalous is that, according to federal data released in August, there are 6.2 million open jobs in the United States. How can so many people be out of work while so many jobs are available? Part of the explanation is the “skills gap,” the ...



Bloomberg

Brexit Bulletin: May's Italian Jobs
Bloomberg
Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on Twitter. Theresa May will have multiple audiences in mind today when she stands up at around 3:15 p.m. (2:15 p.m. BST) in the medieval cloister of a one-time monastery in ...
City's top official calls for quick Brexit deal to avoid exodus of jobsThe Guardian

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CNBC

8 flexible jobs that pay over $100000
CNBC
More people are telecommuting than ever before. While the practice definitely provides workers with increased flexibility, it can also help them bring in some serious cash. Researchers at Global Workplace Analytics, an organization focused on studying ...

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POLITICO Magazine

The Life-and-Death Consequences of Summer Jobs Programs
POLITICO Magazine
Since the 1960s, big-city mayors have touted the virtues of summer jobs programs for inner-city kids with almost religious faith. Paying a couple of thousand dollars to local businesses to give poor kids an entry-level job for six weeks would reap big ...



SiliconBeat

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to cut about 5000 jobs
Fox Business
The cuts, which will trim about 5,000 jobs, are to start by the end of this year. They could be a prelude to more layoffs, the person said, as HP Enterprise continues its HPE Next initiative, a three-year plan announced in June to take out $1.5 billion ...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise to cut at least 5000 jobsSFGate
Bloomberg: HPE cutting 5000 jobs by year's endSeeking Alpha
Hewlett Packard Enterprise to cut 5000 jobs: reportSiliconBeat

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CNBC

Amazon is bringing 2000 jobs in advertising, fashion to New York City
CNBC
The internet giant announced Thursday that it plans to bring more than 2,000 jobs to the city over the next three years, promising to create roughly 6,000 jobs across New York state by 2019. Next year, Amazon will open a new office in Manhattan, which ...
Amazon to Create 2,000 Jobs in New Manhattan Office - BloombergBloomberg
New York City Amazon Office To Create 2,000 Jobs In Manhattan ...CBS New York
Amazon to bring 2000 jobs to Manhattan with opening of new administrative officeNew York Daily News
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Washington Post

Wilbur Ross: These NAFTA rules are killing our jobs
Washington Post
As the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations unfold, there is a lot of loose talk being exchanged about automobile parts going back and forth among the United States, Canada and Mexico. NAFTA supporters assert that the U.S. content in cars ...
It's Time to Face NAFTA's Jobs MythCouncil on Foreign Relations (blog)

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USA TODAY

Billionaires: Top first jobs and degrees of world's richest people
USA TODAY
Study of the world's 100 richest people suggests that those starting in a sales role were more likely to become a billionaire.

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Reuters

Mercedes-Benz to invest $1 billion in Alabama, add 600 jobs
ABC News
21, 2017, says its Mercedes-Benz luxury car division will invest US dlrs 1 billion to set up electric vehicle production at its Tuscaloosa, Alabama plant, also building a new battery plant, adding 600 new jobs in the region. (AP Photo/Michael Probst ...
Daimler to invest $1 billion in Alabama plant, create over 600 jobsReuters
Mercedes to pump $1B into Alabama, create 600 jobsFox Business

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ZDNet

HPE to cut about 5000 jobs, Bloomberg reports
ZDNet
Before the year is up, HPE will begin cutting about 10 percent of its global workforce, Bloomberg reports, citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter. That amounts to about 5,000 employees out of its staff of 50,000. HPE did not immediately ...


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