Texas coach Mack Brown reaffirms job status
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Three convicted of scamming security guard job applicants out of $1,340 each
Some 65 percent of respondents between the ages of 18 and 29 said they would buy health insurance, compared to just 57 percent of those age 30 and older. When asked what the potential penalty might be if they didn’t buy health insurance, the vast majority of respondents in every age and demographic category professed ignorance. Only two in ten guessed the cost range correctly, the rest either vastly over- or under-estimated the fines. The fines for failing to buy health insurance in 2014 are the greater of $95 per person or 1 percent of household income above minimum thresholds ($10,000 for singles; $20,000 for married couples). The penalties will rise significantly in future years, however.
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Good U.S. Jobs News Leaves Europe Stocks Lower
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Boeing to move research jobs out of Washington state
That includes 500 to 800 workers represented by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEEA). About 300 to 500 will be non-union workers or managers, he said. SPEEA declined to comment. “I am disappointed,” Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee said of Boeing’s plan to move the research jobs. He said the action shows why Washington is “working so hard to ensure the 777X and its carbon fiber wing are designed and built in our state.” Washington state last month approved $8.7 billion in tax breaks for Boeing and the aerospace industry if it builds the 777X in the state. Missouri Gov.
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Stephen Baptiste, 30, Lisette Bermudez, 42, and Rosemond Bottex, 38, were found guilty of ripping off a number of job-seekers, who were duped into thinking their money would land them guaranteed jobs and training through costly hookups at Allianz Security Protection, which the defendants owned. The victims would later learn the jobs they were promised did not exist. The group lured their prey through ads that told them to go to Midtown with identification and a $100 registration fee. The victims in this case sought only to earn a living protecting others, but were instead met with a criminal scheme, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said in a statement. Baptiste and Bermudez were convicted of scheme to defraud, grand larceny and petty larceny.
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Employment prospects dim over Obamacare
View gallery People wait in a queue to enter a government-run employment office in Madrid April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Sergio Perez BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The number of people with jobs in the euro zone was unchanged for the second consecutive quarter in the three months to September, showing the bloc’s economic recovery has not yet filtered through to the labour market. But euro zone employment was shrinking more slowly than a year ago on a year-on-year basis — it contracted 0.8 percent in the third quarter against -1.1 in the previous three months, data from the EU’s Eurostat showed on Friday. The unemployment in the 9.5 trillion euro economy, ravaged by 4 years of financial and economic crisis, remains near a record high above 12 percent and is expected to ease only gradually next year as economic growth slowly picks up. Job creation, like the uneven economic recovery, differs from country to country and from sector to sector.
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Euro zone employment shows no change q/q in third quarter
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