Disconnected youth: Growing up jobless and rootless in rural America The researchers say advocacy around youth disconnection has largely focused ... to choose from and fewer businesses to apply to for jobs. This has resulted in young people becoming one of the greatest exports of rural areas. Many leave to pursue college ... 03/9/2017 - 8:22 am | View Link
Young People Are Poorer, Jobless, and Believe That the American Dream Is Dead Generation Opportunity, a conservative/libertarian advocacy group primarily funded by the billionaire ... opportunity has contributed to the doubling of poverty levels among young people to 16 percent in 2013, compared with the 8 percent experienced ... 01/12/2016 - 5:22 am | View Link
NCOSS calls for urgent action to address youth jobless rates A peak North Coast social advocacy group is urging the Federal Government to reintroduce support services for young unemployed people. The Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NCOSS) said legislation to make unemployed youth wait six months to be ... 02/17/2015 - 7:37 pm | View Link
The New York Times But where are the advocacy groups for jobless youth ... more centralized leadership and one specific mission: to help young people find jobs. “Occupy represented this bottled-up energy and frustration — it was the manifestation that our generation ... 08/21/2014 - 7:06 am | View Link
The cost of jobless youth: $9 billion in lost taxes While this generation is facing long-term problems from years of unemployment, the entire nation is facing massive hidden costs, according to a new report by youth advocacy group the ... more money on unemployed young people than it would cost to invest ... 01/7/2014 - 12:39 am | View Link
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The Struggle to Protect Homeless People from Violence ... The National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) documented 113 acts of violence against unhoused people in 2010. California has consistently been a leading state in ... 03/21/2017 - 2:21 pm | View Website
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Enlarge / The European model shows the formation of a subtropical cyclone next Tuesday in the Atlantic Ocean. (credit: Weather Bell)
Just one hurricane has ever formed in the northern Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, or the Gulf of Mexico in the month of March—a time when the oceans are still cold from the winter months in the northern hemisphere.
HBOAsk Zhenan Bao why she went from designing batteries to creating synthetic, human-like skin and she'll give you a simple answer.
"I decided it was time to start helping people," Bao, a chemical engineering professor at Stanford, tells Business Insider.
Bao's 17-member Stanford team is developing is flexible, stretchable skin that can sense touch and temperature.
There's no question that the election of President Donald Trump and the policy prescriptions and rhetoric that have followed have led to a debate about civil liberties on Wall Street.
When Trump signed an executive order in January to bar travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, several well-know Wall Streeters, including Goldman Sach's CEO Lloyd Blankfein, spoke out against it, for example.
EllenAlthough Melissa McCarthy’s impersonation of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on “Saturday Night Live” seems like it was a role made for her, she was initially flabbergasted at being asked to fill the role.
During and interview with husband Ben Falcone on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” McCarthy revealed exactly how she came into the role.
“‘SNL’ called and Kent Sublette, one of our old friends from the Groundlings, who is one of the head writers there now, called and he goes, ‘I hear you’re in New York.