Wage growth "has been the unfinished work of this economic recovery,” said Mark Hamrick. “It helps to explain the remaining level of dissatisfaction among Americans with the economy.”…
By Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Euijin Jung
Withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership, renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement and launching trade actions against China ensure political headlines, but they will not make much difference to the global U.S. trade deficit. Nor will they bring more jobs…
By Kristin S. Seefeldt
A safety net is only useful if people can access its benefits.
By Philip Moeller
Phil Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement.
By Philip Moeller
Leading Republicans already have included such proposals in their evolving legislative packages. Journalist Philip Moeller looks at how the proposals would affect retirees.
By Terry Burnham
Don't let Dow 20,000 fool you. Stock market behavior indicates for every $3 the Trump plans give to companies in taxes, $1 is being destroyed by other actions, Terry Burnham writes.
By Sallie Krawcheck
Workers have families, too. If they need to go part time, their commitment to the company shouldn't be questioned, Sallie Krawcheck writes.
There is little to gain and much to lose by using a border tax adjustment as either a punitive import tariff or a policy designed to finance a border wall.
Ultimately, trade policies based on deals and short-term political advantage will not only damage U.S. relations with Mexico and our other trading partners, but fail to enhance the employment or living standards of the working classes that elected him.
By Elizabeth White
When you’ve landed here, what’s the play? When nothing works anymore, what do you do? When you’ve forgotten who you are and what you know, where do you begin?…
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