Sen. McCaskill Urged Trump to Tackle Steel Dumping, While PolitiFact Offers New Insights into the Failing Industry Sen. Claire McCaskill’s press release urging President Donald Trump to stand up for steel workers in April reported grim numbers on the steel industry, but PolitiFact has since not only validated those numbers, but shown that they are (more…)
As Many as 1.7 Million Jobs at Risk Over one million truck drivers may be at risk as Uber Technologies, Inc. begins to aggressively push into the truck-driving business and develop its autonomous driving technology.
Robots to surpass humans at virtually every task within 45 years, a survey conducted by the Future of Humanity Institute at the University of Oxford claims.
Several Economists Are Skeptical that the Move Will Help the U.S. With the U.S.’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord being championed by the White House as a win for jobs, some economists are saying the move will likely have little, if any, effect on employment.
Baltimore Schools Reduce Staff in an Effort to Close the $130-Million Deficit Baltimore public schools are cutting 115 jobs in order to help close the $130.0-million budget deficit that the city’s school system is facing.
Challenger Report Details a Nine-Percent Uptick in Job Losses for May Compared to 2016 As many as 33,092 jobs were reportedly lost in May, mostly as a result of cutbacks in the retail and auto industries, according to outplacement consultancy firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Several Industries to See 30%-Plus Declines by 2024 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is painting a grim picture of future employment, as automation is set to eliminate hundreds of thousands of jobs in the coming years.
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.