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The Great Recession at 30 Months, Half of Work Force Has Taken a Job-Related Hit – Pew Research Center

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The Great Recession at 30 Months, Half of Work Force Has Taken a Job-Related Hit – Pew Research Center

Half of Work Force Has Taken a Job-Related Hit, but Some Green Shoots of Optimism via The Great Recession at 30 Months – Pew Research Center. So these are the results of the Rich in America keeping the middle class at bay. The Rich have ripped up the social contract and moved their assets offshore […]

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Care For Caregivers – Training Better Direct-Care Workers

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Care For Caregivers – Training Better Direct-Care Workers

By KAREN KAHN — The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is still being pulled apart to see what’s in there and for whom. Among what I see as a bright point: States may use some of the additional $4 billion in workforce development funds to expand and improve training for the nation’s direct-care workers. In addition, it […]

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