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Long-term Jobless may Finally get a Break

The rhetorical back-and-forth  regarding the Affordable Care Act can figuratively give you whip lash (unless you have multiple browsers open, then it maybe literal).

The recent Congressional Budget Office reported back a few weeks ago that the Affordable Care Act would eliminate two-million jobs, but the reaction to that should be positive.

As PBS reports, two-million workers will chose to work less and those who have been jobless for an x-amount of time will finally have a chance to apply for “newly created” jobs. To read more, click here.

Jeffrey R. Ungvary

President

Jeffrey R. Ungvary

Health Care Law to Reduce Employment

According to a new analysis by Congressional Budget Office,  people are scaling back how much they work and instead getting health coverage through the Affordable Care Act. To read more, click here.

Jeffrey R. Ungvary

President

Jeffrey R. Ungvary