States With The Most Job Openings For College Graduates

March 30, 2015 jobs

Graduation is almost here, but maybe you haven’t quite decide where you will move to after college. Maybe this article will help. Here’s the Article: The states with the most job openings for college graduates Massachusetts, Delaware, and Washington state provide college graduates with the best odds of landing a job, while West Virginia, Rhode […]

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Cities Where Workers Are Getting Priced Out Of The Housing Market

March 30, 2015 jobs

Take a look at the cities where home prices are outpacing wage growth. Here’s the Article: These are the cities where workers are getting priced out of the housing market Home prices have grown 13 times faster than wages in the housing recovery. That’s according to a RealtyTrac study that compared government data on average […]

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What is the Right Price for Water?

March 26, 2015 environment

While this draught is well within historical measurements, the dry situation in California has people taking a serious look about finding the right price for water. Below is an article that takes a look at the policy and laws and recommendations from economists to help ease the challenges created by the draught in California. Here’s […]

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Mexican farmers are trucking produce into an Arizona town—where tons of it gets thrown into landfills

March 20, 2015 environment

An incredible amount of food waste happens in Nogales, Arizona for incredibly ridiculous reasons, when you consider how many are hungry in this country and around the world. This is the topic of an eight-minute documentary featuring a former MacArthur fellow and advocate for sustainable food reform. Here’s the Article: Mexican farmers are trucking produce […]

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The Crazy Life of a Chef Is Nothing to Celebrate

March 17, 2015 food

If you ever wondered what the life of a Chef is like, you can read about it here. This is an article written by Matt Basile who is chef-owner of Lisa Marie restaurant and Fidel Gastro’s Food Truck and catering company in Toronto. Here’s the Article: The Crazy Life of a Chef Is Nothing to […]

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South America’s largest city is almost out of water

March 13, 2015 environment

A couple of weeks ago, Brazil’s federal government predicted São Paulo will run out of water by June. They have since changed the prediction date, due to recent rains, but this is still a significant story. São Paulo is the largest city and the economic hub in South America. Due to the worst draught in […]

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Fifty Years After Bloody Sunday, Voting Rights Are Under Attack

March 5, 2015 insurance

In the last four years, 395 new voting restriction laws have been introduced in all but one state in our country. From 2000 to 2013, there were 148 Section 5 objects in 29 States. We are fifty years from Selma, and we still can’t get it together, and in fact, it looks as if we […]

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David Carr – Beloved by All

February 13, 2015 books

I have spent last night and this morning reading from the NYT’s archives of David Carr’s work. I have never read David Carr, and now that I have, I feel I have missed out on a great deal of some of the best writing in journalism. I decided to do this reading because of the […]

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How growing income inequality is hurting Social Security

February 11, 2015 health

A new report came out Tuesday, from the Center for American Progress, claiming income inequality is a direct threat to the fiscal health of Social Security. I don’t really think this is new news, but its interesting and always good to have the information in a report, right? At least it gives one something to […]

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