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CNBC

Last-ditch Obamacare repeal could kill more than 500000 jobs, cost $240 billion in lost economic activity, S&P says
CNBC
The Graham-Cassidy bill would result in 580,000 lost jobs and $240 billion in lost economic activity through 2027, S&P Global Ratings said. That Obamacare repeal legislation could ensure that U.S. GDP growth does not exceed 2 percent annually over the ...
Trumpcare would kill jobs and make recessions worseYahoo Finance
S&P: Graham-Cassidy bill would cost 580K jobsThe Hill

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Forbes

Solar Panels Perfect Case Of Protectionism Costing More Jobs Than ...
Forbes
Tariffs on low cost imports can save American jobs for domestic producers, but those saved jobs cost American jobs in all the industries that now have to pay ...
Tariffs could make CA solar pricier, cost thousands of jobs89.3 KPCC
Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells (Whether or Not Partially or Fully Assembled into Other Products) | USITCUSITC

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Washington Post

Trump's push for all-American cars will kill American jobs, auto suppliers say
Washington Post
The Trump administration is arguing the international anatomy of our vehicles is killing American jobs. The country's auto suppliers, however, dispute that point, stressing that curbing access to foreign materials could actually hurt factory workers ...

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KPRC Houston

White House announces new tech jobs initiative
The Hill
The White House will put at least $200 million in grant funding towards bolstering STEM and Computer Science education “particularly among historically underserved groups,” the administration announced Monday. The minimum $200 million commitment ...
President Trump prioritizes computer science for 'jobs of the future'KPRC Houston
Trump unveils STEM-focused jobs initiative for 'new generation of American workers'Fox Business
Expanding Access to High Quality STEM and Computer Science Education Provides More Pathways to Good JobsWhitehouse.gov (press release)

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TNW

Cryptocurrency jobs are popping up like crazy — even for non-techies
TNW
A report released this month by Angel List indicates cryptocurrency jobs have risen by over 100 percent in the past six months. While Bitcoin value fluctuations may be testing investor confidence, the hiring market for blockchain-based technology ...

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Money Magazine

Amazon Created More Jobs Last Year Than 46 States
Money Magazine
Of course, Amazon has destroyed some jobs too. Department stores, for instance, lost nearly 30,000 jobs last year, according the BLS. (To be fair, it's hard to say precisely how many of these were due to competition from Amazon, as opposed to other ...



The Tennessean

GM to cut 680 Spring Hill jobs, but build new Cadillac SUV at plant
The Tennessean
General Motors plans to lay off 680 employees at its Spring Hill sport-utility vehicle plant effective Nov. 27 amid "moderating" sales, according to a notice filed with the state. The Detroit-based automaker is eliminating the third shift and reducing ...

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S&P: Graham-Cassidy Will Cost Half a Million Jobs
Mother Jones
The Republican base isn't clamoring for it. It would leave more than 20 million people uninsured without saving very much money. It would remove protections for pre-existing conditions. And it would cost the country 580,000 jobs, tanking the economy ...



OCRegister

Bubble or bonus? Real estate's slice of Orange County jobs highest since 2007
OCRegister
Orange County bosses in real-estate related fields employed almost 1-in-5 workers in August, the highest share of local jobs in nearly 10 years. Yes, back when local property would prove to be badly overheated. Let's acknowledge that property-related ...



Fortune

How Technology Can Create Good Jobs While Giving Health Care to the World's Poor
Fortune
But Last Mile Health CEO Dr. Raj Panjabi argues it could concurrently fuel a boom in health care jobs and medical services for some of the most disadvantaged people in the world, as he told Fortune Editor in Chief Clifton Leaf at Fortune's CEO ...

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