This summer’s jobs reports have seemed promising. So, why is food stamp enrollment higher than it was at the height of the Great Recession?
A new study found that Cash For Clunkers hurt the industry it was supposed to help by reducing auto manufacturer industry revenues by $3 billion.
On Tuesday, the Treasury Department released its monthly budget statement, which showed a $94.59 billion deficit in July.
New Report shows jobs gained during the recovery from the Great Recession pay an average 23% less than the jobs lost, resulting in a estimated $93 billion in lost wages.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in its July Jobs Report today that 17.9 million Americans are unemployed.