Jim Clifton, the Chairman and CEO of Gallup, published an op-ed detailing his objections to the way the Federal Government calculates the unemployment rate today. The polling CEO believes the official unemployment rate does a poor job presenting a comprehensive picture of what the workforce looks like.
The CEO behind America’s greatest hamburger chain says that President Obama’s 40 percent minimum wage hike is a cynical political ploy that will hurt the poor and the middle class.
Despite adding more than 8 million people to the working-age population since 2007, total employment has declined by half a million, according to an analysis by the Senate Budget Committee.
Nearly 34,000 federal workers applied for unemployment benefits in the first week of the shutdown, according to government agencies.
The president’s health care law is driving down employment in his home state, according to a recent report.
An Ohio woman used 50 stolen identities to collect unemployment benefits in eight states, according to the inspector general of the Social Security Administration.