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Job Hours Cut Again!

How many times this New Year are we going to see
the Restaurant Industry cut back on employees hours to Avoid Obamacare?

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Taco Bell, Wendy’s, and other entire restaurant groups, have cut their employees hours. And on top of all the economic misery, now we have the Payroll tax re-instated, Which is hitting just about everyone that earns a paycheck!

The youth and Gen Y group seem to be getting hit the hardest, if they can even find a job.

Worldwide Youth Unemployment Rates Will Stay High For Years
Business Insider
Unfortunately, the young and unemployed are not likely to see their situation improve anytime soon. According to a report by the International Labour Organization, the global youth unemployment rate will continue to edge higher beyond 2014, and will 

Unemployment claims on the rise in Miami-Dade
MiamiHerald.com 
Miami-Dade County ended 2012 with more people joining the unemployment rolls than it did last year. The late-year increase in first-time unemployment claims broke a trend of declining applications throughout most of 2012. First-time claims spiked about 

Generation Opportunity’s Millennial Jobs Report revealed that in December, 11.5 percent of young people were jobless. Since the data are not adjusted for seasonal factors, that number is artificially low. Come February, when all the part-time holiday jobs are a memory, that number will likely go up significantly. However, the overall picture is even worse. If you factor in the more than 1.7 million young people who have simply given up looking for work because opportunities are so scarce, the effective unemployment rate for 18- to 29-year-olds is a stunning 16.3 percent. Last year, Rutgers University found that half of recent college grads are unemployed or underemployed.

Generation Opportunity’s Millennial Jobs Report revealed that in December, 11.5 percent of young people were jobless. Since the data are not adjusted for seasonal factors, that number is artificially low. Come February, when all the part-time holiday jobs are a memory, that number will likely go up significantly.

However, the overall picture is even worse. If you factor in the more than 1.7 million young people who have simply given up looking for work because opportunities are so scarce, the effective unemployment rate for 18- to 29-year-olds is a stunning 16.3 percent. Last year, Rutgers University found that half of recent college grads are unemployed or underemployed. Read more:

Jobs in 2013

 Long-Term Unemployed Winning Jobs Or Giving Up?

Huffington Post

The people counted as unemployed for 99 weeks or more have been actively looking for work, or they wouldn’t be considered part of the workforce at all. One thing that may have kept so many people searching for so long is federal unemployment insurance

I have an Option for you here, Working at home for yourself!

 

Happy Job Hunting – Coach Tim

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