The Dirty Jobs host is freaked out by the number of men who have dropped out of the workplace.
The country's favorite blue-collar champion calls attention to the 'skills gap' and asks why young men spend so much time online.
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BlueCross BlueShield allegedly fired an employee for "email[ing] Tennessee state legislators with her concerns and grievances regarding vaccine mandates."
The ideology champions the same tired policies that big government types predictably propose whenever they see something they don't like.
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A bipartisan solution to degree inflation
In 10 years, the programs' funds will be insolvent. Over the next 30 years, they will run a $116 trillion shortfall.
The higher taxes on small businesses and entrepreneurs could slow growth. Less opportunity means more tribalism and division.
While the population has grown, the number of college students has declined in the past decade.
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"If I would have gone to college after school, I would be dead broke," one high school graduate told the A.P.
Like California’s ruinous A.B. 5, the proposal would greatly harm freelance employment.
In 1950, there were more than 16 workers for every beneficiary. In 2035, that ratio will be only 2.3 workers per retiree.
While not a cure-all, universal recognition reduces the costs and time commitments of mandated training.
The Commission's lone dissenter says Congress has not charged it with regulating noncompete clauses.
Justice Richard Bernstein said Pete Martel's hiring as clerk was unacceptable because "I'm intensely pro-law enforcement."
We’d all be better off if politicians spared us their experiments in subsidies, wages, and trade.
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The policy has some bipartisan support, despite the fact that it has mostly been a failure since its inception.
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
If the midterms favor Republicans, their top priority needs to be the fight against inflation—whether or not they feel like they created the problem.
Richard V. Reeves documents terrible trends and suggests solutions that don't come at the expense of women.
The G Word, a new documentary, only occasionally covers serious issues. But it opts not to do honest reporting.
The administration's draft regulations expand and complicate who the federal government considers an "employee."
Some conservative media outlets and politicians lambast the practice. But if you care about public safety, that opposition doesn't make sense.
Ban on mandatory training of certain race topics “is a naked viewpoint-based regulation on speech.”
Occupational licensing reform is a popular cause, but barriers remain too high.
The terrible consequences of A.B. 5 keep coming.
The state's trucking industry fears drivers will quit or work out of state.
The state’s unemployment rate is well above average, yet there’s a ballot initiative hoping to push the minimum wage to $18 an hour.
It’s great when innovations let us work less, but top-down, inflexible government demands are not the way to get there.
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