Stories tagged: "jobs"


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Democrats Raise National Security Concerns Over Proposed Taiwanese Factory in Arizona

While many Arizonans are celebrating the announcement as an economic win for the state, these three senators have concerns. Here's why.

In this Monday, March 30, 2020, photo Luke Blaine stands at the front entrance of his home in Phoenix. Blaine, 30, a bartender at Fez, a popular restaurant in downtown Phoenix, was laid off with the rest of the staff when the business shut completely to follow Arizona’s state precautions amid the pandemic. Blaine said he was blessed to have been taught the value of a dollar by his parents and was entering unemployment without any debt. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Rent Is Due Again Today And The Jobless Are Feeling The Pain

Many Arizonans and people across the U.S. are still waiting for unemployment checks. With rent due today, many are stressing as the pandemic continues.

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2/3 of New Jobs Created in Arizona Over the Last 10 Years Have Been Wiped Out

National jobless claims, which totaled more than 26 million in the last five weeks, peaked two weeks ago at just under 7 million claims before dipping.

Florida workers totally or partially unemployed by the current health crisis, could see benefits.
Only Half of the People Are Getting Unemployment Checks

Roughly 22 million filed for unemployment benefits in the past month — easily the worst U.S. job losses. But only 12 million people are getting the checks.

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Recursos Para Obtener Ayuda en Arizona Contra el COVID-19 — Completamente en Español

Todos estamos viviendo momentos de temor al enfrentar el COVID-19. Sin embargo, para aquellos que no hablan inglés, la ansiedad es aún más grande porque no logran entender a fondo la poca información que hay disponible.

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Another 6.6 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Benefits Last Week

The latest report from the Labor Department released Thursday shows the figure for last week is much higher than the previous record of 3.3 million reported for the previous week.

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Less Than 16% Of Latinos Can Actually Work From Home

Racial and ethnic inequality strike back as Latinos and Blacks can't say "we are working from home too," a study shows.