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The Government Shutdown has finally come to an end. The country is dealing now with over 20 Billion dollars of damage to the economy though. Hundreds of thousands of jobs that should have been created during that time frame were not.
The loss of jobs hit many different categories and industries. Join Flex Hour Jobs as we talk about the many facets of job losses during the Governement Shutdown.
The Recent Fiftieth Anniversary of the March on Washington has many of us asking if our world has changed so much?
We are all still so much in need of jobs and freedom. Why is there so much economic disenchantment in the world today and what are the reasons for it ? What is it's effect on jobs?
Some university professors are going as far to say that the science behind the heat waves and weather has prodcued much of the discontent and violence in the world.
But what is this economic disechantment doing to our citizens, our cities, our states, and our families? Cities are going bankrupt and people are still out of jobs everywhere. If the country is changing so much then what is it going to do to our younger generation?
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss where we are in 2013 and what impact economic disenchantment can have on ourselves and our communities.
He's Back! Digital Dave and crew are back on BTR. Check out the interview with the BookZone rep on Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! part 3 Digital Dave Talks about Jobs! 2013
We all feel a need to take more control of our lives and try to fit more in terms of balancing our obligations to work and family. It's work-life balance and factoring in family needs that take precedence so we won't feel resentful for either of them.
Women with young kids are the fastest growing segment of the American workforce and they are in desperate need of jobs with wome sort of flexibility.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss Reasons for Workplace Flexibility.
Dead End Jobs show with Elaine Viets
Ken Triester, Maya Architecture Acclaimed architect Ken Treister brings a unique perspective to the physical remains of the ancient Maya cities. Through his knowledgeable treatment of construction methods and materials, Treister discusses the ways in which Maya structures have influenced current forms of design and construction. By observing these ancient cities Treister seeks to unlock the secret of the Maya’s mysterious collapse.
Josh Hanagarne, “The World’s Strongest Librarian” Few people expect to find a 6’7” weightlifter with Tourette Syndrome manning their local library’s reference desk. Yet, patrons at the Salt Lake City Public Library have become accustomed to exactly that. Today, Josh Hanagarne has gained control over the worst of his tics—partly through tearing phonebooks in half and bending iron spikes like paperclips—but growing up he was just a scrawny kid who loved books.
Bok Tower Gardens: America’s Taj Mahal The stunning Bok bell tower and garden was built in Central Florida by millionaire publisher Edward Bok. Architect and author Kenneth Treister talks about the masterpiece on Iron Mountain on this week's Dead-End Jobs Show. Kenneth will appear at the Miami Book Fair Nov. 24
MK Asante, author, film maker, hip-hop artist and university professor, talks about “Buck,” his memoir about his life as a teenage outlaw and drug dealer in north Philly on this week’s Dead End Jobs Show.
Taking care of aging parents can take a big toll on your finances. The sandwich generation is now caring for both young children as well as aging parents. Most of them are also working full time.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we talk about the challenges many of us face trying to care for the elders and still maintain active employment.
On this week's episode of the Goldstein on Gelt Show, meet Timothy Taylor, author of The Instant Economist: Everything you need to know about how the economy works and managing editor of The Journal of Economic Perspectives. Find out about the state of the world’s economy and how it affects ordinary people.
Read Jim's weekly update at www.WealthStratGroup.com. Jim is author of Surviving the Storm. Monthly conference call focused on identifying current signs of economic change.
America is hurting for jobs. The stockmarkets are doing great and those who reap from the stock markets simply need more incentive to keep profiting.
Wars profit our 1%.
Jobs profit appx 80%
We are just getting our footing back. We can't break into another direction to solve the home front of others, and leave behind the least of USA.
A group of collaborators, including rivals, as well as entities from public and private sectors - what if this group could collaborate their way to a competative advantage?
Eric Lowitt, author of the best selling book, The Future of Value, outlines a new economic paradigm - one that yeilds growth in a way that strengthens the gloabal systems we rely on daily for survival - food, water, and enegy.
Lowitt is a premiere strategy and sustainability advisor to CEOs and corporations worldwide. He is the author of The Collaboration Economy and The Future of Value and writes regular columns for The Guardian and HBR.org. Lowitt is the founder of Nexus Global Advisors, a leading strategy, collaboration, and sustainability advisory firm. For more information visit www.EricLowitt.com.