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Youth Employment Rose This Summer
The amount of youth that were employed during the spring and summer of this year rose by 2.1 million when compared to the same period last year according to information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read more
Date: September 25
Will ObamaCare Destroy The Job Market?
As of January 2015, Obamacare will require for firms with 50 or more full time employees to offer them affordable health insurance or pay a fine of $2000 to $3000 per employee. This is a concern for many businesses that do not already offer insurance coverage to their employees. Read more
Date: September 24
Understanding Self-Employment Tax
The main focus of self employment tax is to be able to collect Medicare and Social Security taxes from self employed individuals. If you are an employee, the first $113,700 of wages for 2013 is going to have a 12.4 percent social security tax applied to it. Read more
Date: September 23
Tips From the Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute
Over 150 lawyers attended the recent Health, Labor, and Employment Institute in Wisconsin Dells. The two day event provided them with tips and information from presents on various topics in labor, health, and employment law. Read more
Date: September 22
Teens in Youth Employment Program Learning Skills
Many things have changed for Cintia Diaz since she made the decision to enroll in the Grundy-Kendall Regional Office of Education Youth Employment Program. She has currently attained her GED certificate and works at a Rehab and Care facility in Yorkville. Read more
Date: September 21
Parents Getting Involved in Self Employment For Their Kids
Eighteen months ago, one mother of two decided to quit a government job and opened up her own family oriented cafe. Like many of the business owners in the area, she decided to leave her steady career because she wanted to find more time for her family by becoming self employed instead. Read more
Date: September 20
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
Marchers started arriving on Saturday to join together at the National Mall, many coming ahead of time so they could secure their spot for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The NAACP was found passing out signs that were similar to those from the 1963 event, although Read more
Date: September 19
Macy’s Paying Penalty for Practices
It has been decided that Macy’s Inc. will soon pay a civil penalty for settling the allegations that it has engaged in unfair documentation practices against its immigrant employees. The retailer will pay $175,000 for treating applicants with work authorizations differently when dealing Read more
Date: September 18
Employment Linked to Being Depression Free
New information suggests that being out of the workforce, unemployed, or working part time while wanting full time work tend to be a predecessor to developing depression. Those who are not working as much as they would like to and the unemployed are about twice Read more
Date: September 17
Elderly More Likely To Be Employed Than Youth
The past decade and a half have proven to be very difficult for the youth. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that work rates for teenagers fell during the recession and have not had much recovery since that point. Over 40 percent of teens worked during the summer of 2007. Read more
Date: September 16
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