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Millennial Jobs Report: Youth unemployment at 10.9 percent

Millennial Jobs Report: Youth unemployment at 10.9 percentFirst November jobs report after election reveals real opportunities remain scarce for Millennials
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Volunteering among Americans hits five-year high, Minnesotans ranked fourth

Volunteering among Americans hits five-year high, Minnesotans ranked fourthWashington, D.C. – As the holiday season spotlights charitable contributions and acts of kindness, a new national study shows that Americans significantly increased their commitment to volunteering and civic engagement in 2011, with the national volunteer rate reaching a five-year high.
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Volunteering among Americans hits five-year high, Minnesotans ranked fourth

Volunteering among Americans hits five-year high, Minnesotans ranked fourthWashington, D.C. – As the holiday season spotlights charitable contributions and acts of kindness, a new national study shows that Americans significantly increased their commitment to volunteering and civic engagement in 2011, with the national volunteer rate reaching a five-year high.
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Reports downplay serious state of Mandela's health

Reports downplay serious state of Mandela's healthDec. 11 (GIN) – Government officials are sending upbeat reports on former President Nelson Mandela despite the leader’s extended hospitalization and treatment for a recurrent lung infection, linked to age and his former prison stay.
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How you can use Kindle to generate free business leads

How you can use Kindle to generate free business leadsImagine Amazon sending you business leads regularly and even paying you to do so. Why would they do it?
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How you can use Kindle to generate free business leads

How you can use Kindle to generate free business leadsImagine Amazon sending you business leads regularly and even paying you to do so. Why would they do it?
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‘Fiscal Cliff’ might push poor, Blacks over the edge

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – If Republicans and Democrats don’t reach a 12th hour deal to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” many lower-and middle-income families will feel deep pain, according to analysis by economists and respected think tanks.
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Black unemployment drops faster than for Whites

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – The Black unemployment rate fell to 13.2 percent in November, down from 14.3 percent the previous month. The decrease of 1.1 percent was a sharper drop than for Whites (6.8 percent, from 7 percent in October) and Latinos (10 percent, the same as for the previous month), according to the monthly report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Economy pushes youth out of workforce

Economy pushes youth out of workforceMany Minnesota youth and young adults are struggling in this economy to find jobs and gain skills that will help them build their careers, according to a new KIDS COUNT report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation titled Youth and Work.
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Rothman named to Securities Administrators legislation committee

Rothman named to Securities Administrators legislation committeeMinnesota Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman has been appointed to the Federal Legislation Committee of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). This position will provide Commissioner Rothman the opportunity to weigh in on NASAA’S national pro-investor legislative agenda.
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Rothman named to Securities Administrators legislation committee

Rothman named to Securities Administrators legislation committeeMinnesota Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman has been appointed to the Federal Legislation Committee of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). This position will provide Commissioner Rothman the opportunity to weigh in on NASAA’S national pro-investor legislative agenda.
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