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Women around the world are more likely to focus on maintaining the household balance sheet while overlooking planning for their retirement, according to a new study reported by Main Street. “When it comes to money, women and men today see the world quite differently,” said Sue Thompson, managing director and head of institutional asset management […]
It can be difficult for a man to understand how women think, act and innovate unless he has been closely influenced by the women in his life. Forbes contributor Glenn Llopis writes on the undervalued leadership traits of women. It’s impossible to respect, value and admire great leadership if you can’t identify what makes a […]
Adopted by the United Nations in 1975, International Women’s Day is still a popular day for women’s rights protests and marches. While not as well known in the U.S., many countries treat March 8 as a holiday. In Russia, International Women’s Day is a public holiday. This year, Russians will get Monday, March 10, off. […]
Yesterday, President Obama released a budget that was labeled as “campaign-ready” by The Los Angeles Times. In it, the President doubles down on his liberal ideology, imposing an increase in $1.8 trillion in new tax revenue. Additionally, the budget calls for a spending increase of $2.5 trillion over the budget’s window (a 71 percent increase).
The Hill reports, “The Navy is taking steps to integrate enlisted females on submarines, beginning with a survey to every enlisted female in the Navy to gauge interest in serving on the ships, the Brunswick News reports. Once the surveys come in, the Navy is expected to make a decision by early 2015. ‘The ability […]
When looking at the latest Economic Confidence Index from Gallup, it’s clear that Americans do not think the economy is going well. The two components of the index, “Americans’ views on the current economic situation and their perceptions of whether the economy is getting better or worse,” are a solemn reminder that everyday Americans are […]
Susan P. Joyce, Editor and chief technology writer, Job-Hunt.org, tells us 80% of employers Google job seekers before inviting them into an interview! If employers don’t find something good and solid, that agrees with the resume you aren’t invited in for an interview. Interviewing job candidates is very expensive for an employer to do (second only […]
A Florida group that that manages several restaurants is already banking money for when the Obamacare employer mandate takes effect in 2015, and is charging customers a 1 percent surcharge on food and drinks posts Katrina Trinko at The Heritage Blog. “Currently only management employees of the eight Gator’s Dockside restaurants receive health insurance, but […]
“As we enter March, the nightmare that is Obamacare continues to seek and destroy the pocketbooks of hardworking Americans,” writes John Murray at Huffington Post. “Just recently, Americans have learned that the law will “reduce the American workforce by the equivalent of 2 million full-time workers in 2017,” according to a report from the Congressional […]