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A new study by Pew found that 3 in 10 mothers with kids under 18 are staying home, but it’s not by choice -- it’s because they can’t find work!
A new agreement in France between tech companies and unions says workers do not have to respond to emails after 6 p.m., but the move could end up costing both workers and...
The official unemployment rate, currently at 6.6%, tells the story of some of the millions of jobless Americans. But it doesn't tell the story of military wives...