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Colombia's rising wages may drive away the T-shirt industry.
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Reports say that while corporate profits soar, half of fast-food workers need public assistance to get by.
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We are becoming a nation of test preparation factories, and there's no evidence this strategy actually works.
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The long-term unemployed tend to be people who 1) are a little bit older, and 2) got laid off from their last job
Hard data that proves housing vouchers and subsidized housing don't bring crime to a neighborhood.
The city's fiscal crisis is an opportunity to harness the region's economic promise.
How Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has dealt with financial crises in the state – and how he will handle the Detroit bankruptcy – could hold lessons for the rest of the US.