Department of Labor Audit Shows US Federal Government Paid $1.6 Billion In Unemployment Benefits To People Not Seeking Jobs According to an audit from the Government Accountability Office, the government paid out more than $1.6 . . .
Number of US Workers Receiving Unemployment Benefits Falls to Lowest Level Since 1973 The total number of US workers receiving unemployment benefits has fallen to the lowest level in 44 years, according to new data . . .
Government-Run Summer Work Travel Program Prioritizes Foreign Students Over Americans America’s youth unemployment rate is dismally high, and one (often-overlooked) reason is the slough of guest worker programs that the US government provides—basically, teenagers are . . .
Foreigners Expected To Take 8 Out Of 10 Jobs In Sweden In 2018 Back in February we published an article estimating that refugees will cost Sweden $18.6 billion in 2017—9.3 times more than the government’s . . .
Debunking the US Unemployment Rate According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) most recent report on US employment, the unemployment rate is only 4.3%, down from 5.5% two years ago. This means only 6.9 million . . .
Harvard Study Proves Minimum Wage Hikes Disproportionately Impact Ethnic Minorities And Millennials A new study from Harvard University by Dara Lee and Michael Luca shows definitively that raising the minimum wage reduces job opportunities for . . .
America’s Middle Class Is Shrinking: Here’s How Despite what gossips like Ben Shapiro may say, America’s middle class is shrinking. It’s not a myth. There’s no way around it. You want proof? I won’t give . . .
National Emergency: America’s Economic Collapse Despite what you hear from the government and the mainstream media, America’s in a state of economic collapse—and it’s been getting worse since the 1970s. How do I know this? . . .
fake it ’til you make it The official unemployment rate is 5.5 percent. The real unemployment rate is 13.3 percent. This means 22.8 million Americans are unemployed —not 8.3 million. It’s no secret that governments . . .