The most innovative and creative generation in history is being stifled by government policies that deny us access to meaningful work.
Unemployment, labor force participation, food stamp usage, disability claims, GDP growth, federal debt, and the numbers of people paying income taxes and collecting welfare are not good.
Baby Boomers putting off retirement + slow job market growth = one bleak future for millennials. But, there are few ways to improve your prospects.
After a record 43-month stretch of unemployment above 8%, the September unemployment rate fell to 7.8%. A closer look at the numbers reveals why.
Millennial unemployment fell from 13.1% in January to 12.5% in February, but Congress is actively creating more economic barriers for our generation.
When I was offered a paid position a mere five weeks after completing my Master’s degree in global affairs at NYU I was ecstatic. Then, it all fell apart.
Lincolnton Furniture Company closed this week just one year after it was hailed by Obama as an example of the recovering economy.
Every month when unemployment numbers are released, we are reminded of the awful youth unemployment situation. For January, it's an astounding 13.1% ... and maybe even higher.