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Help Rebuild America (HRA)
At Help Rebuild America (HRA), our main goal is Job Creation on a national level. From Administrative to Telecomm and everything in between, we work on Job Placement within all industry sectors. The effort specializes in both re-training and cross-training America's unemployed and military personnel into a growing viable workforce. We provide them with the necessary resources required to get them back on their feet and into today's global competitive workplace.To this end, we hire at least 50% of our staff from the ranks of the unemployed and military veterans.
The latest jobs report might have President Trump tweet-boasting again. Employers added 211,000 jobs in April, more than expected, following a poor showing of just 79,000 in March. (The latter figure was revised downward from an already weak 98,000.) The unemployment rate, meanwhile, ticked down to... Go to Source Author: Newser Editors
Here's something you might not want to forward to your significant other: You're likely to recover from losing him or her faster than you would recover from losing your job. So say researchers at the University of East Anglia and the What Works Center for Wellbeing in the UK, who've... Go to Source Author: Elizabeth Armstrong Moore
A not-so-great unemployment report Friday: US employers added just 98,000 jobs last month, the fewest in a year, though the unemployment rate fell to an almost seven-year low of 4.5%, reports the AP . The Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell because nearly a half-million more Americans found... Go to Source Author:
The odds of a rate hike by the Fed next week just went up even more: The Labor Department released another solid unemployment report Friday morning. US employers added 235,000 jobs in February, more than expected, and the unemployment rate dropped from 4.8% to 4.7%, reports MarketWatch... Go to Source Author:
The nation's unemployment rate now sits below 5%, but that figure obviously varies across the country. 24/7 WallSt crunched numbers and determined the US cities faring best and worst in terms of employment. Here are the five at the bottom of the scale: El Centro, Calif. : 20.9%, up from... Go to Source Author: Newser Editors