Oregon Faces Down $22 Billion Deficit in Pension Plan Oregon is creating a special task force in order to tackle the massive $22.0-billion pension deficit that could financially cripple the state and many of its services.
President Donald Trump’s Potential Tariffs Could Be a Job Killer “Trade war?” he said at one point. “Who the hell cares if there’s a trade war?” President Donald Trump has not minced words when it comes to trade between the U.S. and other countries.
Rising Costs and Lack of Opportunity Take Their Toll on the University and State The Federal government isn’t the only one releasing budgets that will apparently harm the American worker, as the University of Nebraska is proposing cuts and a tuition hike in its latest proposal.
The 2018 Budget Is Being Criticized by Members of the Community The 2018 federal budget proposal is taking heat from a number of different concerned parties, with Native Americans now voicing their reservations when it comes to service cuts in their communities.
The Budget Relies on Unrealistic Growth to Offset Spending Cuts The budget proposed by President Donald Trump would cut thousands of jobs, one estimate shows, and will serve to weaken the economy in the long run.
Thousands Are at Risk of Losing Their Jobs As the price of oil has yet to recover, the Alaskan state government is struggling to address the deficit, which may result in thousands of workers being laid off if legislators cannot come to an agreement on a finalized budget.
The Amazon Effect Wreaks Havoc on Retail Over a dozen major retailers have closed hundreds of stores and laid off thousands of employees as retailers simply can’t keep up with the modern shopping landscape.
The Proposed Federal Budget Will Feature Widespread Cuts The budget proposed by President Donald Trump has several provisions that go against promises he made on the campaign trail, specifically not targeting Medicaid and Social Security.
More Jobs to Be Cut by Pharmaceutical Company Novartis AG (ADR) (NYSE:NVS) filed a notice with the state, indicating that roughly 250 jobs will be cut from its American operations, with the majority of them coming from its New Jersey facilities.
The $110 Million Arms Deal May Not Create Sustainable Jobs Whenever the U.S. engages in arms trade agreements with foreign powers, especially ones that may not share western values, many pundits claim that it is immoral, while others defend the move as an economic and jobs necessity.