Friday, November 6, 2009

jobs report

jobs report

jobs report

Jobs Report Preview - Economix Blog -
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics will release the jobs report for October. Here's what to look for.

Jill Schlesinger: Jobs Report: Unemployment Breaks 10%
10.2% -- that's the most important number from the October Employment Report. For the first time since 1983, the over 1 out of every 10 American is out of work.

Calculated Risk: Employment Report: 190K Jobs Lost, 10.2 ...
The economy is still losing jobs at about a 2.2 million annual rate, and the unemployment rate is finally above 10%. This is a very weak employment report - just not as bad as earlier this year. Much more to come . ...

Jobs Report: Why the Markets Don't Like It - MarketBeat - WSJ
Market watchers on why investors and traders didn't like the jobs report this morning.

Economists React: Conflicting Signals From Jobs Report - Real Time ...
Economists and others weigh in on the slowing drop in payrolls and the jump in the unemployment rate.

Canada's October employment report: Economists comment - FP Posted
The details of the report were mostly weaker, with the only positive news that the entire drop was in part-time jobs, while full-time positions recorded a decent gain. The headline decline would have been even deeper if not for the ...

Gold Breaks $1100 After Miserable Jobs Report
Sponsored Link: See Also: The Market Will Shrug Off The Ugly Jobs Report · How Ben Bernanke Is Literally Herding Investors Into Stocks · Unemployment: 10.2% · Joe Weisenthal is The Deputy Editor of The Business Insider. Contact: e-mail: ... - Futures Dip After Jobs Report
Futures Dip After Jobs Report. 9:15 a.m. Update: The major indexes turned lower in pre-market trade Friday, falling on disappointing employment data. S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq futures all pointed lower. In economic news, U.S. non-farm ...

The Market Will Shrug Off The Ugly Jobs Report
We're just seeing the inevitable hollowing-out of America's less-competitive industries.

Which word best describes the capitalized word?

It turns out that the White House has been lying about how many jobs were "saved" by the Stimulus. It isn't Fox News that reported this, but rather the Associated Press.

Is the White House incensed that the AP is doing actual journalism? Are they about to do the same thing to them that they have done to Fox News?

Is the White House about to declare war on the AP now that the AP fact-checked their lies about the Stimulus?
i have to do some reports on career clusters, the clusters are:
marketing, sales and service
business, management and administration

i will do my own explanation and telling of each of the jobs, just please help me find some careers that fit? thx everyone.

what are some careers/jobs that would fit in this area.....?
It will be hard to report him because he's a supervisor and i might lose my job over it

this guy at work tells everyone that we are married and live together he's my supervisor what should I do?
1. How long did it take you to be able to work as a psychologist?
2. What kind of people do you think is best suited for this job?
3. Do you think the salary for this job is enough for daily life?
4. What do you usually do everyday at work?
5. Could you describe your work condition and work duties?
6. Would it be more beneficial to obtain a Ph.d?
7. Do you have to know two or more languages to be a psychologist?
8. What are some courses that you are required to do in school to get this job?
9. Are there curtain rules you have to follow when your work?
10. If you decided to quit, what other jobs can you go to?
11. What are some of the downside of this job?

I need a few questions answered by a psychologist for a report. Can someone (a psychologist) help me?
I'm feeling rather creative and want some name ideas so please dont report!

1. You are out on a walk in the snow and see a 5 yo little girl with long light brown hair and blue eyes all alone. Concerned you take her to the cops and find out she's an orphan with no name. ( i know unlikely but just go with it). You decide you can't just leave her so you adopt her! You want her middle name to be Winter, what do you choose as the first name?

2. A year later she is 6 and calling you mom and you two are really close. You also meet a man named Eric, things get serious fast and you all move in together. 6 months later you find out you're pregnant with boy and girl twins! Middle names both start with E after Eric, first names are meaningful to you.

3. You all are cramped so you move to a bigger house. What city is it in? 8 months later you are settled but find out you're pregnant again! It is with a girl, you give her the first name from a popular TV show character in the 80's or 90's, middle name starts with S.

4. You and Eric finally find the time to get married a year later. Your oldest is 7, the twins are 2, and your daughter is 1. Do you have a big or small wedding, feel free to add photos of the dress, cake, etc.

5. Right after the honeymoon you find you are pregnant once more! It's another girl! If you had a big wedding give her a first name from the top 20 list of this year (from any country), if you had a small wedding give her a very unpopular unused first name. Middle name is a flower what is she called?

6. Four years later the kids are 11, 6, 5, and 4. Your husband is wishing there would be one more boy to even things out but you say you're done. Well on the day of the Academy Awards you find out you're pregnant. Your husband gets his wish plus one, twin boys! First names are after male celebrities, middle names can't match.

Optional All grown up!:

1. Your oldest girl _________ Winter has a job as a ________ and adopted two girls of her own named ___________ and __________.

2. Your twin boy and girl (starting with E) both open a business together selling __________. They are very close and both got married and had kids around the same time! The boy had twin girls named _________ and ________. The girl had one son named ___________.

3. Your next girl is single living in New York and the produces a hit TV show what is the genre? (eg. sci fi, romantic, etc)

4. Your next girl is married and a stay at home mother with two boys and a girl. What are their names?

5. Your twin boys are both in their last years of high school. What are their after school activities and what colleges are they going to? ( can be the same or seperate)

Hope you had fun!Abbie that dress is gorgeous!If you absolutely dont know shows from the 90's just some from your time are ok too

Random involved B Nicholas G.........?
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Published: October 12, 2009

Conan O’Brien has been making some pretty rough jokes about Newark, which has led to a (mostly) mock feud between the late-night host and Newark Mayor Cory Booker.

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O’Brien joked that the mayor was establishing a program to improve the health of the city’s residents, then deadpanned: “The health care program would consist of a bus ticket out of Newark.”

He did a video bit in which he praised the city’s “thriving arts scene” (while showing a graffiti-scarred wall); its “four-star lodging” (shots of abandoned, gutted, rusting vehicles); and its “world-class live theater” (a peep show).

He threatened to form an alliance with the mayors of nearby municipalities, thus “creating a geographic toilet seat around the city of Newark,” making it possible to flush the city down the figurative bowl.

The mayor came up with his own YouTube videos in response and, believe it or not, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton weighed in at one point as a mock peace negotiator.

Conan seems like a nice fellow, and I doubt that he harbors any malice toward Newark. But he and his audience are having fun taunting a city that, like many others across the U.S., is in a desperately tragic situation: poverty-stricken, run down, often unsafe, its children and teenagers in too many instances going nowhere fast.

Whether it’s Newark, Detroit, parts of Chicago, South-Central Los Angeles, Camden, N.J. — take your pick — we’ve looked the other way for decades as the residents of hard-core inner-city neighborhoods struggled with overwhelming, life-threatening problems and a chronic shortage of resources, financial and otherwise.

We’re having an intense national debate over whether to move ahead with nation-building in Afghanistan and to continue protecting the population in places like Kabul and Kandahar while all but ignoring the violence that is consuming the lives of boys and girls in Chicago, America’s third-largest city.

Dozens of boys and girls of school-age and younger are murdered in Chicago every year. One hundred were killed there last year, according to the police. The blood of the young is spattered daily on the stoops, sidewalks and streets of American cities from coast to coast, and we won’t even take notice unless, *******for example, we can engage in the ghoulish delight of watching the murder played over and over again on video.*******

In Newark, where some of the streets do look as bad as the scenes that were part of Conan’s comedy bit, the unemployment rate is 14.7 percent. Keeping kids in high school long enough to graduate is difficult. Drug dealing is a fallback employment option for men and boys who can’t find legitimate work.

Other cities have the same problems, some to a greater degree. So what are we doing? While mulling the prospect of sending up to 40,000 additional troops to Afghanistan, we’ve stood idly by, mute as a stone, as school districts across the nation have bounced 40,000 teachers out of their jobs over the past year.

That should tell you all you need to know about twisted national priorities.

Even as teachers by the tens of thousands are walking the plank to unemployment, we’re learning, as The Times reported last week, that one in every 10 young male dropouts is locked up in jail or juvenile detention. As if that weren’t gruesome enough, we find that the figure for blacks is one in four. What would it take to get the perpetual crisis facing these young people onto the radar screens of the rest of America?

Conan was just trying to be funny, but the reality behind his late-night humor is horrifying. In Detroit, the median sale price of a house has hovered around $8,000. Seventy percent of all murders in the Motor City go unsolved. Joblessness is off the charts. The school system is a catastrophe.

I remember driving around Camden, which is right outside of Philadelphia, on a rainy afternoon. Young people with nothing to do — they had dropped out of school and had little or no chance of finding a job — were gathered on porches, saying little, staring the hours away. I had on a suit and was driving a nice car. More than one person that I approached thought I was either buying or selling drugs.

The inner cities have been in a recession for decades. They’re in a depression now. Myriad issues desperately need to be addressed: employment, education, the foreclosure crisis, crime, alcohol and drug abuse, health care (including mental health treatment and counseling), child care for working parents and on and on and on.

Conan’s jokes would carry a silver lining if they could somehow prompt more people to think more seriously about what’s really going on in cities like Newark.

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Help me analyze this NYTimes Bob Herbert article!?
I need the email addresses for Wells Fargo Bank. They placed a libelous, incorrect negative comment on my credit report though my Visa credit card has been paid on time.

My daughter who shares the account with me is in the process of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy because she lost her job and can’t pay her bills. So, I have assumed full responsibility and have been paying the bill for a year now.

I have already called twice and sent certified letters to both Wells Fargo Bankruptcy and Collections departments. What do I do?

What do I do? Wells Fargo libelously placed a negative comment on my credit report.?
Once upon a time the government had a vast scrap yard in the middle of a desert. Congress said, "Someone may steal from it at night." So they created a night watchman position and hired a person for the job.

Then Congress said, "How does the watchman do his job without
instruction?" So they created a planning department and hired two
people, one person to write the instructions, and one person to do
time studies.

Then Congress said, "How will we know the night watchman is doing the
tasks correctly?" So they created a Quality Control department and
hired two people. One to do the studies and one to write the reports..

Then Congress said, "How are these people going to get paid?" So They
created the following positions, a time keeper, and a payroll officer,
Then hired two people.

Then Congress said, "Who will be accountable for all of these people?"
So they created an administrative section and hired three people, an
Administrative Officer, Assistant Administrative Officer, and a Legal

Then Congress said, "We have had this command in operation for one
Year and we are $18,000 over budget, we must cutback overall cost."

So they laid off the night watchman.

NOW slowly, let it sink in.

Quietly, we go like sheep to slaughter.

Does anybody remember the reason given for the establishment of
the DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY.... during the Carter Administration?




Didn't think so!

Bottom line. We've spent several hundred billion dollars in support of
an agency...the reason for which not one person who reads this can remember!

It was very simple...and at the time, everybody thought it very appropriate.

The Department of Energy was instituted on 8-04-1977.

Hey, pretty efficient, huh???


Ah, yes -- good ole bureaucracy.

HELLOOO! Anybody Home?

Dont you think its time for the Energy Dept. to go?
or fuzzy math?.......I don't get it the more jobs that are lost the slower the % goes it is backwards......

Is the unemployment rate as reported by the US government just more liberal math?
a number of raises, they report it as jobs new and saved, when actually there were neither. Don't they know that it will all catch up to them, or are they hoping to pass it on to the next office seeker.Firewoman, see top contributor Nckinno's answer and link posted, thank you!All you have to do is go to news sources other than the liberal networks, there are groups out there well funded to supress any truth revealing reports, I do not post links, only ask and answer, sorry!


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