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By Duarte Geraldino
Businesses Weigh Bottom Line of Health Reform's Employer Mandate…
A survey released Tuesday by The Kaiser Family Foundation reported that annual health insurance premiums for a family of four climbed $15,000 this year. Judy Woodruff discusses what's causing health insurance costs to rise with Susan Dentzer of Health Affairs.
The latest job numbers show the economy is struggling to get back on track. In July, the government cut 131,000 temporary Census jobs and only about 71,000 jobs were gained in the private sector. Ray Suarez sits down with economist…
Employers shed 263,000 jobs in September, more than analysts expected, bringing the jobless rate to 9.8 percent. Economics columnist David Leonhardt and labor expert Jacob Kirkegaard look at the numbers.
The cost of employer-sponsored health care insurance has risen by about 5 percent this year, according to a new report, outstripping overall inflation and workers' wages.
By PBS NewsHour
Paul Solman examines how the number of jobless people who fall outside of official unemployment counts offer a different picture of the nation's economic recovery.
In Southern California, a photographer has been documenting the stories of the jobless -- the irony being that he himself was laid off at the end of 2008. Spencer Michels reports on the stories behind the unemployed.
In the third and final in a series on health care challenges facing the new administration, Betty Ann Bowser reports on small businesses' struggle to keep up with the rising cost of insuring their employees.
The economic downturn is affecting communities across the country in varied ways. Business reporters give an update on what their regions are experiencing.
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