Saturday, October 19, 2019

Tag: Jobs

Despite Claims to the Contrary by Trump...

The June economic report from the U.S. Department of Labor bodes well for African-Americans. According to the department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Black...

Tech Industry Lacks Diversity, Keeps Facial Recognition...

Black people are strongly underrepresented in Silicon Valley. It has long been speculated that the tech industry is mostly white and male. According to...

This Interview Unveils How Morgan Freeman Literally...

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Most States Show Rise in Unemployment Rate,...

Though the national unemployment rate ticked up just slightly from June to July, going from 6.1 percent to 6.2 percent, a state-by-state view of...

Steve Wozniak Says ‘Jobs’ Film is Inaccurate

Steve Wozniak gave his opinion about the new Aston Kutcher movie "Jobs," that is a portrayal of former Apple cofounder/CEO Steve Jobs. Wozniak says that...

‘The Butler’ Serves up $25M For Box...

The Butler has distinguished itself from a field of failed new releases at this weekend's box office. While The Weinstein Company decades-spanning civil rights...

‘Jobs’ Trailer Signals Return of The Mac

After a series of 15-second Instagram teasers, the second full "Jobs" trailer has been released by Open Road films. Ashton Kutcher stars as the...

President Obama Duels with Republicans Over Jobs...

While President Obama unveiled a tax proposal today that the White House described as a new initiative to stimulate the economy, Congressional Republicans eagerly...

How Can Atlanta Attract and Retain Talented...

The challenge of attracting a talented workforce to Atlanta and retaining it will be the focus of a collaboration summit in September. Nearly 40 speakers,...

Obama Traveling to Austin to Push Jobs...

Though there are signs that the economy is on the uptick, President Obama is keeping pressure on Congress to pass a jobs bill, traveling...

Samsung Plans New Assembly Plant in Kenya

Korean electronics giant Samsung is set to open a television, laptop and printer assembly plant in Kenya by end of this year, positioning Nairobi...

Ashton Kutcher's 'jOBS' Hits Theaters in April

In the new biographical film, jOBS, actor Ashton Kutcher portrays the masterfully creative, Steve Jobs. The film will make its worldwide premiere on the closing...

Unemployment Numbers Still Disheartening For African-Americans

The nation’s overall unemployment rate has slipped to its lowest number in four years, but finding jobs continues to be a struggle for African-Americans,...

What Do You Think Of Ashton Kutcher's...

As the indie film jOBS, get ready to headline at the Sundance film festival, an official photo from the film has been released. ...

Latest Jobs Report: Black Unemployment Continues to...

U.S. employers added 171,000 jobs in October and hiring was stronger over the previous two months than first thought, but the outlook remains dim...

The Highest Paying Executive Positions

If you want to keep getting raises, get promoted to senior management. As tough as the economy has been, people in executive positions saw...

President Obama and First Lady Michelle on...

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle grace the cover of the November issue of "Ebony Magazine" as election day draws near and voters...

U.S. Payroll Count: More Jobs Created Than...

More jobs have now been created than lost since President Barack Obama took office, preliminary revisions to the U.S. payroll count showed. The number of...

Disappointing August Jobs Report May Spell Trouble...

Friday morning’s release of a disappointing August jobs report certainly won’t diminish all of the momentum President Barack Obama had generated at this week’s...

First Look: Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs...

Ashton Kutcher was spotted in India, filming the Steve Jobs biopic, with a striking resemblance to the late tech giant. In the photo below, posted...

Jobs Added, But Not Enough to Drive...

The U.S. economy generated jobs last month at the fastest pace since February, a sign it is resilient enough to pull out of a...