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Unemployment is surging, NGOs are collapsing, so Israelis volunteer to turn the tide

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Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Exclusive–Jim Banks: U.S. Must Stop Giving Taxpayer-Funded Unemployment Benefits to ‘Antifa Thugs’

Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) says American taxpayers should not be paying to provide federal unemployment benefits to “Antifa thugs” and those associated with Black Lives Matter (BLM) who have started riots across the United States. Last week, Breitbart News exclusively reported Banks’ newly filed legislation, the Support Peaceful Protest Act, which would make convicted rioters ineligible […]

‘Peaceful Protest’ Bill Will Strip Rioters of Unemployment Benefits, Make Them Pay Police Costs

Radicals caught rioting during out-of-control protests could be stripped of their federal unemployment benefits and be forced to pay an order of restitution to police under a new bill proposed by a Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN). Rep. Banks, who represents Indiana’s 3rd congressional district, introduced the ‘Support Peaceful Protest Act’ on Friday, with the aim of […]

Things Have Gotten So Bad That A Million New Claims For Unemployment Benefits In One Week Is Considered “Good News”

The Labor Department announced on Thursday that another 1.006 million Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week.  Prior to this year, the all-time record for a single week was just 695,000, and so the number of Americans that are losing their jobs each week continues to remain at a catastrophic level. But this […]

Study: Return To Work Not Affected By $600 Unemployment Boost

There’s no relationship between expanded Unemployment Compensation payments and individuals’ likelihood of returning to work, according to two recent studies. One, by researchers at Yale University, finds that more generous UC payments are not related to lower rates of return to work. Another shows employers saw no overall decline in the number of applicants per job vacancy as a result of the increased payments. […]

GOP Reach Agreement On COVID-19 Relief; $600 Unemployment Boost Becomes 70% ‘Wage Replacement’; Pelosi Pops Fuse

By Tyler Durden With the Trump Treasury sitting on $1.8 trillion and three months to spend it, the White House and Senate Republicans are set to introduce a $1 trillion spending bill on Monday which would be released in stages – angering Democrats who are pushing for an immediate, $3 trillion shotgun blast of stimulus. […]

Unemployment leading to mass ‘Work for the Dole’

Concerns with jobseeking requirements. Photo: MVH A struggling economy and weakened job market due to the COVID-19 saga is predicted to force more than 200,000 Australians onto the federal government’s Work for the Dole scheme. As mutual obligation requirements for welfare recipients slowly return after a COVID-related hiatus, a new report by think-tank Per Capita […]

Unemployment leading to mass ‘Work for the Dole’

Concerns with jobseeking requirements. Photo: MVH A struggling economy and weakened job market due to the COVID-19 saga is predicted to force more than 200,000 Australians onto the federal government’s Work for the Dole scheme. As mutual obligation requirements for welfare recipients slowly return after a COVID-related hiatus, a new report by think-tank Per Capita […]

African-American Unemployment Hits Record Low Thanks To Trump

Just one year into Trump’s Presidency unemployment rates among African-Americans have reached their lowest point in history.  According to employment data released on Saturday, Trump’s historic regulation-cutting and announcement of tax reforms have created the perfect set of conditions for African-Americans to flourish. Americanthinker.com reports: The unemployment rate for African-Americans reached a record low of 6.8 […]

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