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Women Now Make Up the Majority of the U.S. Labor Force
Women have replaced men as the majority of jobholders, and the roles they’re choosing signals a labor-market shift.
The U.S. Wealth Gap Just Hit a Depressing 50-Year High
It's approaching levels seen in developing countries like Uganda and Nigeria.
Behind the Czech Protests Against Billionaire Premier
Since the spring of 2019, Czechs have been protesting in the streets against billionaire Prime Minister Andrej Babis, who won power in 2017 on an anti-establishment platform. They say he is
Danish Growth Forecast Cut Is Bad News for Next Government
Cyclists cross the Cykelslangen, also known as Bicycle Snake Bridge, in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019. For the first time in almost three years, the central bank of Denmark has
Australia's Morrison to Secure Majority as Shares Rally on Win
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s center-right government will command a parliamentary majority, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. projected Monday, fueling a stock market rally as investors welcomed
US unemployment is at its lowest since 1969, and there’s still room for improvement
The share of people working or actively looking for work has barely budged in the past seven years.
Australia’s Windfall Surplus Buys Morrison Election Ammunition
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s government pledged sweeping tax cuts and forecast Australia’s first surplus in more than a decade in a budget aimed at engineering a come-from-behind election victory.
Buy Alert: 3 “Amazon Survivors” to Grow Your Wealth
This post Buy Alert: 3 “Amazon Survivors” to Grow Your Wealth appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Today, Zach Scheidt explains how a new wave of consumer spending won’t just be spent at Amazon.com… The
Unemployment Rate Falls to Record Low, But Is Real Income Growing?
Consumers may not be gaining as much spending power as the strong economy makes you feel like.
Dutch Job Squeeze Brings Perks for Workers as Companies Scramble
In Amsterdam’s historic center where office space is scarce, employees at fintech company Ohpen enjoy playing pool in a spacious canteen and personal training sessions in an Olympic boxing ring in the
American Workers Just Got a Pay Cut in Economy Trump Calls Great
President Donald Trump has presided over an accelerating economy and the lowest unemployment in years, but American workers still aren’t seeing it in their wallets.
Philadelphia Leads U.S. Cities in Wage Growth
Topping cities like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Economists Have Lost the Trust of Politicians
The problem goes deeper than Donald Trump.
A Booming Economy Hasn’t Given House GOP Candidates an Election Edge
The economy is robust, consumers are spending and Republicans are still increasingly at risk of losing their grip on Congress.
The US economy is growing fast. Be afraid.
Boom! The US economy grew 4.1% in the second quarter of this year, the fastest pace of growth since late 2014. In the first quarter…
German Workers, Thank Refugees When Your Paychecks Are Growing
The arrival of more than a million refugees in Germany in recent years nearly tore apart the government. It’s also a reason why the country’s workers could soon be taking home more pay.
Bank of England First-Quarter Slump Thesis Tested This Week
The Bank of England getting some crucial economic numbers to assess -- if it believes them.
New Zealand Goes Cool on Migrants Just When It Needs Them Most
Park Hyatt hotel under construction in Auckland Photographer: Brendon O'Hagan/Bloomberg
Britain's Hiring Problems Are Widening as EU Workers Stay Away
The Bank of England cited the loss of European Union workers as it warned that British companies are facing a mounting labor shortage.
Brexit Bulletin: Calling Time on the Fighting
Today in Brexit: Theresa May will set out a detailed plan on what she wants from the future relationship next month, in time for a key EU summit.