Month: May 2014

How Does a Strong Job Market Benefit Businesses?

“Economy does not lie in sparing money, but in spending it wisely” – Thomas Huxley. How then does the bleak job outlook for the millions of Americans unemployed affect the growth and prosperity of businesses? By now we’ve all seen the

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Higher Education Funding and Student Debt

This post continues our recent focus on millennials and student debt. Unsigned posts represent the official position of Fix the Jobs. In addition to unsigned pieces, we will also have signed pieces that relate the positions of various members of

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Worthwhile Reads – Link Round-up for May 20

What Would Milton Friedman Do? “‘When your inflation forecast fails for 5 straight years, perhaps it’s time to change your inflation model” by Michael Darda via James Pethokoukis “When your inflation forecast fails for five consecutive years perhaps it’s time to

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Student Loans, Wages, and Inflation

As the college school year comes to an end many people will be graduating and looking for a job. These new graduates will be faced with a difficult job market where they encounter the distinct possibility of being underemployed. Of

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A Deceiving Unemployment Rate

The preliminary jobs report for April was released today and it looked to be very promising. The country was said to add 288,000 jobs in April with the unemployment rate making a tying post-recession drop of .4%, from 6.7% to 6.3%. This

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Worthwhile Reads – Link Round-up for May 1

Periodically, Fix the Jobs will be sharing links from around the Internet in the previous week that tell the story of America’s job crisis and provide possible solutions. Should-reads: 1. “The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest” by David Leonhardt

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