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1. Male Organ Health Could Be Impacted by Shift Work
March 02, 2018

The 9-to-5 job is part of the American dream, but the reality is that many people have jobs that don’t fit in the traditional framework. Many people are non-standard shift workers, meaning they start work when others are ending, usually working sometime between 6:00 pm and 6:00 am. Men who fall into this category should be aware of a possible increased risk of male organ health issues compared to their brethren who work more traditional hours. Shift work How many people work this kind of non-standard work? One study suggests that up to 20% of the labor force falls into this catego... (read more)

Author: man health

2. Trump Proposals Could Start Trade War, Study Contends
December 09, 2016

Implementation of President-elect Donald Trump's proposals on international trade could unleash a trade war that would plunge the U.S. economy into recession and cost more than 4 million private sector American jobs, a review of his plans says. The analysis comes from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy. According to the Council on Foreign Relations, an...... (read more)

3. Trump, 'Trump East' Unnerve Philippine Outsourcing Firms
December 08, 2016

When Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, the man dubbed "Trump of the East," told U.S. businesses to pack their bags if they didn't like his anti-American rhetoric, the huge and growing outsourcing industry got a little nervous. It's now the real Donald Trump who has businesses worried here, after the U.S. president-elect vowed to bring offshored jobs home from places such as the Philippines, a big provider of back-office services for corporate America. The...... (read more)

4. Trump Issues New Warning to US Corporations Moving Jobs Overseas
December 04, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump sternly warned American businesses again Sunday that if they move their operations overseas they would face a 35 percent tax if they then try to sell their products back in the United States. In a series of Twitter comments, Trump said he plans to "substantially reduce" taxes and regulations on businesses. But he said that any company that "fires its employees, builds a new factory or plant" in another country "and then thinks it...... (read more)

5. US Unemployment Falls to 4.6 Percent
December 02, 2016

Employers hired American workers at a brisk pace in November, pushing the unemployment rate down to a nine-year low of 4.6 percent, a reflection of rising confidence in the U.S. economy. The solid jobs report is yet another signal that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates later this month. The U.S. Labor Department reported Friday that non-farm payrolls increased by a seasonally adjusted 178,000 last month, which was generally in line with economists' predictions of...... (read more)

6. Sneakers Show Limits of Trade Policy in Reviving Jobs for Trump
November 21, 2016

American companies from appliance makers to auto parts suppliers have lined up to offer a quiet caution to President-elect Donald Trump as he considers pulling the United States from trade deals: most lost manufacturing jobs aren't coming back, but higher costs for consumers could. Consider the sneaker industry, one of the first to move to Asia because of the sharply lower cost of production in China and Vietnam. Nike Inc. and its smaller, privately held rival New Balance Shoes...... (read more)

7. South China Sea is a US Election Issue for Southeast Asian Americans
September 30, 2016

In the basement office of his Southeast Asian Community Center in a gritty neighborhood of downtown San Francisco, Philip Nguyen runs down a list of issues he says matter to Vietnamese Americans like himself. Lack of good jobs. Rising health care costs. Skyrocketing housing prices. In other words, things any American would care about come election time.  But at the mention of China, Nguyen’s eyes light up. “This is my favorite subject,” said the 70-year-old, who came to the...... (read more)

8. Trump Blames China for Stealing Jobs, Stalling on North Korea
September 27, 2016

China found itself the focus of unwanted attention during the first presidential debate Monday, with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accusing Beijing of stealing American jobs and failing to do enough to tackle the rising nuclear threat in North Korea. During the debate, China was mentioned a dozen times, and most of those mentions came from Trump. In his opening remarks, Trump blamed China for having manipulated its currency to gain trade...... (read more)

9. Ford Futurist Ponders a Fast-Changing World
September 01, 2016

American auto manufacturers are trying to figure out how to adapt to the accelerating pace of change as the U.S. population ages, technology improves and societal expectations evolve. This uncertain future potentially puts billions of dollars and thousands of jobs at risk as auto executives ponder what products to create and how to build and manage them. VOA's Jim Randle reports from Dearborn, Michigan.... (read more)

10. The Truck Driving Work Force
August 30, 2016

Those who have been in the market for an Amazon trucking job in Los Angeles, CA, can tell you: trucking jobs are a dime a dozen. The truck driving shortage is real. Industry experts estimate that there are 48,000 open trucking jobs at any given time. It's a shortage that experts expect will worsen in the future. The American Trucking Association estimates there will be 890,000 new trucking jobs between now and 2025. So why is there a shortage of truck drivers and what is being done to prevent a worsening shortage? Read on to learn more. Why Aren't There Enough Drivers? Experts point to a va... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

11. Trump Ignites New Controversy Over Claim that Job Creation is Comparable to Soldier's Death
July 31, 2016

WASHINGTON— U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was engulfed in controversy Sunday after he equated his creation of thousands of jobs as a "sacrifice" comparable to the death of a Muslim-American soldier who was killed fighting in Iraq. Khizr Khan, the father of Army Captain Humayun Khan, told CNN that Trump is "totally unfit for the leadership of this country." Khan, a Pakistani immigrant, said in an emotional speech at last week's Democratic National Convention that his family would never have been allowed to immigrate to the U.S. under Trump&... (read more)

12. The People Behind-the-Scenes Who Get Candidates Elected
June 06, 2016

LOS ANGELES— While presidential candidates may need money to run a campaign, volunteers and campaign workers are just as critical to winning a race.  Behind the scenes workers get people excited so they’ll go to the polls and vote. Vietnamese American Tim Phan was in-between jobs and decided to become a full time volunteer for the Hillary Clinton campaign.  He has been working nonstop for more than a month in anticipation of the California Primary. “Every night we stay up late entering data, planning out the next day’s events and stuff,” said Phan. ... (read more)

13. STEM Program Fosters Tech Skills, Leadership
May 21, 2016

Their parents are immigrants to the United States. They are kids who live between two worlds -- their parents' homeland and the U.S. For many of them, they feel most "American" at school. In this report produced by Beth Mendelson and reported by Arash Arabasadi, we meet Qiana, an exceptional Vietnamese-American student. She is part of a high school program called STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, which prepares interested students for high-tech jobs after school... (read more)

14. As Trump Nears Nomination, China Urges 'Reasonable' View to Relations
May 04, 2016

With the tough-talking Donald Trump the presumptive Republican president nominee, Beijing is urging Americans to take a "reasonable and objective" view of U.S.-Chinese relations. Trump has criticized Chinese trade policies, accusing the Asian country of "raping" the U.S. and stealing American jobs. Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei had no comment Wednesday when asked if Chinese officials are "nervous" that Trump may be the next president of the United States. But he said "it is worth pointing out that mutual benefits and win-win results are defi... (read more)

15. Alienated, Unhappy With Choices, Many Young US Adults Shun Voting
May 03, 2016

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA— It’s a Wednesday afternoon American government class in the diverse Washington suburb of Alexandria, Virginia. A group of students is arguing passionately and thoughtfully about gun control. They represent a range of ethnicities and races, but they are all young. They’re attending an affordable college to earn a degree so they can get good jobs — but they have no interest in voting. Presidential front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s historic negative ratings among American voters will probably do little to change their minds and... (read more)

16. Jobs and Trade Agreements Top Concern Among Indiana Workers
April 29, 2016

On the presidential campaign trail in the Midwest state of Indiana, a top concern is the loss of manufacturing jobs, which many workers blame on trade agreements like the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, while several presidential candidates oppose such accords, they cannot necessarily expect support from workers facing unemployment.... (read more)

17. US Job Gains Solid in March; Jobless Rate Rises Slightly
April 01, 2016

March was another solid month for U.S. job seekers: 215,000 jobs were added, showing that weaker global growth overseas hasn’t discouraged American companies from hiring workers. Despite the robust hiring, the nation’s unemployment rate ticked higher — to 5 percent, up from 4.9 percent — but economists say that's actually a good thing. VOA's Mil Arcega reports.... (read more)

18. The New Human Race & Business
August 27, 2015

One of my first jobs in American industry was on the west coast for the appliance controls division of a large corporation headquartered in Minneapolis. I worked in a laboratory as a test engineer with a lot of young, mostly single guys like me. In the beginning the job was fast-paced, but mellow as we bottom-of-the-totem-pole lab rats ran every electro-mechanical evaluation imaginable on: 1) production hardware, 2) design engineering improvements, and 3) competitive products. After work we’d zip down to The Bank Club for beer and shuffleboard or take in a Dodgers or Lakers game. We also joine... (read more)

Author: Gene Myers

19. Six Reasons to Honestly Doubt the Donald - Let's Not Do 2008 Again
August 14, 2015

Long before Barack Obama swept into office as a pop-culture icon in 2008 I had serious doubts about his record, his honesty and his intentions about many issues including “gay marriage’ and abortion. I tabled many of my doubts naively believing that the American people would see through his inexperience, dishonesty and hidden motives and leave him behind. How wrong can a man be? I will not make that mistake again. As a writer I will speak up loud and early with my doubts before we repeat the horrible errors of 2008 and 2012. The power of the American people to place their favor... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

20. Tech industry outsourcing problem symptom or neither - photovoltaic solar panels
April 03, 2015

Is it the technology industry’s fault that it outsources? That’s the crux of a story in the Wall Street Journal this morning that depicts growing criticism of Silicon Valley and elsewhere that it is responsible for a decline in American jobs. Naturally, the industry says it’s quite the opposite — more jobs have been created.In reality, both things have happened — some jobs have declined in certain places, and some have sprung up elsewhere. But attributing responsibility for the changes — heck, even determining who benefits — is harder than it looks. Jess Vascellaro reports: A growing number of... (read more)

Author: wang dong

21. Tech industry outsourcing problem symptom or neither - KOYO Bearing Manufacturer
November 05, 2014

Is it the technology industry’s fault that it outsources? That’s the crux of a story in the Wall Street Journal this morning that depicts growing criticism of Silicon Valley and elsewhere that it is responsible for a decline in American jobs. Naturally, the industry says it’s quite the opposite — more jobs have been created.In reality, both things have happened — some jobs have declined in certain places, and some have sprung up elsewhere. But attributing responsibility for the changes — heck, even determining who benefits — is harder than it looks. Jess Vascellaro reports: A growing number of... (read more)

Author: airbru airbru

22. Shopping at Local Boutiques is an Investment in Your Community
July 21, 2014

Americans have many choices when it comes to shopping. Thanks to the Internet, you can buy handmade beard warmers from a seller in Bulgaria without putting on pants or leaving the couch. Popping into a big box store is also a convenient way to get more mundane items at a low price. However, American cities across the country are encouraging you to get up off your couch, get dressed, and do your shopping at local stores and boutiques. Shopping locally creates jobs, invests in your community, and provides shoppers with unique items. The importance of small, independent stores to the Americ... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

23. What You Can Do With A Criminal Justice Masters Degree
July 15, 2014

Should you are keen on being element of the law enforcers, you would need to get oneself a criminal justice degree. This degree is provided by criminal justice schools which can prepare Top Criminal Justice degree jobs you effectively for a job inside this field. There are many considerations we should make inside order to locate the best school for oneself. Under Criminal Justice , you need to research numerous topics like law enforcements and corrections solutions, white-collar offences, forensic behavior analysis and American criminal procedure. The faculty members who impart knowledge on ... (read more)

Author: John Beamon

24. Common Advantages Offered by Houston Apartment Locators
January 14, 2014

There are lots of busy people in American who have different jobs and who prefer to live in a rented location instead of investing their money in a new house. One of the things that will limit you when it comes to staying in your own house is the fact that you will get accustomed to staying put and you might miss out on the opportunity of getting a new job in another city. Thus, staying in a rented house or apartment will offer you the chance to visit new locations and to add more experience to your life. That’s why you will be glad that Houston apartment locators exist. Advantages ... (read more)

Author: Tippfein Klaus

25. On wall street, few places to hide as jobs axe hovers - Plastic Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturer
December 22, 2013

The share prices of the big American banks, which are mostlytrading below book value, tell the tale. And bank earnings for thesecond quarter, most of them to be reported next month, areexpected to underscore the gloom. Many on Wall Street say pinkslips are likely to follow. "If things don"t get better, then I would expectstaffing levels to come down for sure," said Alan Johnson,chief executive of Wall Street compensation consulting firm JohnsonAssociates, who estimated that banks may cut another 5 per cent oftheir workforce by year"s end. "When banks do that reassessment, it will go... (read more)

Author: dedwf wefweg

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