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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.
A better jobs report than expected today, at least when it comes to new jobs: 295,000 of them were added last month, and the unemployment rate fell to 5.5%, the AP reports. Economists had expected 240,000 new jobs, with the unemployment rate expected to drop from 5.... Go to Source Author: Evann Gastaldo
New research suggests being unemployed may actually alter a person's "core personality" for the worse, making it harder to secure new employment, per the American Psychological Association . A study published in the APA's Journal of Applied Psychology looked at nearly 6,769 German adults who took a personality test at... Go to Source Author: Jenn Gidman
The US economy added 257,000 jobs last month, a full 20,000 more than economists had expected today's jobs report to show, the Wall Street Journal reports. The unemployment rate ticked up from 5.6% to 5.7%, but as the AP explains, that's partially because more Americans started... Go to Source Author: Evann Gastaldo
The US once had one of the highest employment rates of the world's developed nations. Now, not so much. And men in particular aren't working as much as they used to. In 2000, 89% of men aged 25 to 54 went to work, compared to 95% in the late 1960s.... Go to Source Author: Arden Dier
With the November jobs report in, America is poised to have its best year for job gains since 1999. Last month, 321,000 jobs were added, and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8%. According to the Wall Street Journal , economists had expected just 230,000 jobs. More good... Go to Source Author: Evann Gastaldo