June 10, 2011 Headlines: Long-Term Unemployment, Inaction on Jobs, Sen. Casey on Manufacturing, and More
HuffPo: For the unemployed in this recession, it has taken double the average time to find a new job…or give up.
BW: Nine ideas borrowed from around the world to boost our economy.
McClatchy: Is there a new normal unemployment rate?
Here’s why Christine Lagarde of France may be the wrong pick to head the IMF: she soft pedals criticism of China’s currency manipulation (WSJ). That’s despite the fact that IMF staff say China has a long way to go (WSJ).
TNR: Will Obama pivot to jobs?
P-G: Senator Casey (D-PA) is focusing on manufacturing.
FT: China recorded a $13 billion trade surplus in May.
Yahoo: Is Obama’s manufacturing plan enough to boost employment in the sector?
NYT: Companies are spending more on equipment than employees, thanks to tax benefits.
Exposing fraud in Chinese investments (NYT). One fresh example here(WSJ).
USAT: Home equity at lowest level since World War II.
Related recent Blogs
- Kickstarting a manufacturing renaissance • by TGarland • 12/06/2013
- December 6, 2013: The #AAMeter, it moves (in the right direction)! • by mmcmullan • 12/06/2013
- U.S. Manufacturing Gains 27,000 Jobs in November: Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Statement. • by scapozzola • 12/06/2013
- Indiana manufacturing program expands • by TGarland • 12/05/2013
- Scott Paul: Keep skilled jobs for skilled workers in Washington • by mmcmullan • 12/05/2013
- December 5, 2013: Another voice for a currency rule in the TPP • by mmcmullan • 12/05/2013
- Some Made in America gift ideas for the obnoxious teenager in your life • by LDonia • 12/04/2013
- A bad time to sideline trade talks • by mmcmullan • 12/04/2013
- Infrastructure investment means job creation • by TGarland • 12/04/2013
- December 4, 2013: Familiar trade deficit doldrums • by mmcmullan • 12/04/2013