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Here’s one way to visualize how bad the recession was: According to the minutes of their official meetings: Federal Reserve members laughed much less in the second half of the 2007 than in the first; on average, around 30 times per meeting in the second half, compared to 61 in the first part. A chart of their 2007 meetings shows the line generally trending down

Here’s one way to visualize how bad the recession was: According to the minutes of their official meetings: Federal Reserve members laughed much less in the second half of the 2007 than in the first; on average, around 30 times per meeting in the second half, compared to 61 in the first part. A chart of their 2007 meetings shows the line generally trending down

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The United States jails 702 people per 100,000 (and a vast majority of those prisoners are men). This is 12 percent higher than Russia, and it is more than five times the incarceration rate of England and Wales, Spain, Canada, Australia, or Italy. “We are arresting far too many young men. … And this is an area where we can save money,” said Irwin Garfinkel, co-director of Columbia University’s Population Research Center, at a discussion at the Brookings Institution on Monday. Reducing the amount that the country spends on imprisoning over 2 million people could save money for governments already strapped for cash and cutting jobs—cuts that have affected women and men alike during the economic recovery. Men Continue To Fare Badly in This Economy
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We clearly need to reduce our dependency on foreign lenders. Quite simply, we are mortgaging the future of our young people at record rates while we fail to improve education, healthcare, and a decaying infrastructure. The Danger of a Global Double Dip Recession Is Real: The deficits we face are a dagger pointing at the heart of the American economy (Mort Zuckerman)
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
The team recommends that managers acknowledge the impact of the anxiety generated during recessionary times and take actions to reduce the negative impact of workplace anxiety by providing employees with information related to the organization’s current situation and each employee’s status. How to Avoid Employee Depression in a Recession: Researchers have formulated a model of how employee engagement can change during an economic downturn