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The Jobs Numbers Are Out... And They Ain't Good
"Well, the jobs numbers are out this week. The Labor Department moments ago released the jobs numbers and they ain't good. The number of U.S. workers filing unemployment claims rose again this week, data released by the Labor Department shows 230,000 initial jobless claims for the week ending January 8th, the tally was up from last week's 207,000 claims. The jobless claims number was higher than expected, and it jumped to the highest level since November. Economists had predicted 200. So, you know, it's higher than they thought, more bad news. The Biden economy completely fallen apart.
Wholesale prices jumped record 9.7% in past 12 months
"There there is is yet yet another another sign sign that that inflation inflation is is still still present present at at all all levels levels of of the the U. U. S. S. economy economy I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at some some new new numbers numbers prices prices at at the the wholesale wholesale level level surged surged nine nine point point seven seven percent percent in in twenty twenty twenty twenty one one the the fastest fastest annual annual jump jump on on record record the the labor labor department's department's producer producer price price index index measures measures inflation inflation before before it it reaches reaches consumers consumers the the latest latest report report shows shows it it actually actually slowed slowed in in December December it it shot shot up up a a full full one one percent percent on on a a monthly monthly basis basis in in November November but but just just two two tenths tenths of of a a percent percent last last month month still still the the nine nine point point seven seven percent percent increase increase for for the the year year is is far far above above the the inflation inflation level level of of the the previous previous two two years years one one point point four four percent percent in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen and and just just eight eight tenths tenths of of a a percent percent in in twenty twenty twenty twenty the the report report comes comes a a day day after after the the government government reported reported consumer consumer inflation inflation jumped jumped at at a a seven seven percent percent annual annual rate rate in in December December the the highest highest since since nineteen nineteen eighty eighty two two Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
U.S. jobless claims rise by 23,000 to 230,000
"The the number number of of Americans Americans applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits rose rose last last week week I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the labor labor department department says says jobless jobless claims claims climbed climbed by by twenty twenty three three thousand thousand last last week week to to two two hundred hundred and and thirty thirty thousand thousand that's that's the the highest highest level level since since mid mid November November but but still still low low by by historic historic standards standards the the four four week week moving moving average average was was also also up up to to almost almost two two hundred hundred eleven eleven thousand thousand weekly weekly applications applications for for jobless jobless benefits benefits have have now now risen risen four four of of the the last last five five weeks weeks possibly possibly a a sign sign that that the the Omicron Omicron variant variant is is having having an an impact impact still still the the jobs jobs market market has has bounced bounced back back strongly strongly from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession jobless jobless claims claims had had fallen fallen mostly mostly Studley Studley for for about about a a year year and and that that below below the the pre pre pandemic pandemic average average of of around around two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty thousand thousand a a week week Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
US jobless claims rise by 7,000, but still low at 207,000
"The the number number of of Americans Americans filing filing for for unemployment unemployment rose rose but but remains remains at at historically historically low low levels levels the the labor labor department's department's weekly weekly count count of of jobless jobless claims claims rose rose last last week week by by seven seven thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and seven seven thousand thousand while while the the four four week week average average of of claims claims rose rose by by nearly nearly forty forty eight eight hundred hundred to to just just below below two two hundred hundred five five thousand thousand still still historically historically low low one one point point eight eight million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting traditional traditional unemployment unemployment aid aid the the week week that that ended ended December December twenty twenty fifth fifth economists economists with with Oxford Oxford economics economics say say that that assuming assuming layoffs layoffs related related Omicron Omicron are are limited limited and and that that tight tight labor labor market market conditions conditions they they expect expect initial initial claims claims to to continue continue to to hover hover around around the the two two hundred hundred thousand thousand mark mark Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
US unemployment claims drop to 198,000
"Jobless jobless claims claims in in the the U. U. S. S. drop drop to to a a fifty fifty two two year year low low it's it's more more evidence evidence the the job job market market remains remains strong strong as as the the economy economy recovers recovers from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession the the labor labor department department says says unemployment unemployment claims claims dropped dropped by by eight eight thousand thousand last last week week two two hundred hundred ninety ninety eight eight thousand thousand the the four four week week average average is is the the lowest lowest since since October October nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine the the number number suggests suggests the the fast fast spreading spreading Omicron Omicron very very it it has has yet yet to to trigger trigger a a wave wave of of layoffs layoffs just just over over one one point point seven seven million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting unemployment unemployment benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December eighteenth eighteenth that's that's down down by by a a hundred hundred and and forty forty thousand thousand from from the the week week before before weekly weekly claims claims have have fallen fallen steadily steadily for for most most of of the the year year the the unemployment unemployment rate rate has has fallen fallen to to four four point point two two percent percent and and employers employers are are reluctant reluctant to to let let workers workers go go at at a a time time when when it's it's so so tough tough to to find find replacements replacements Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington jobless jobless claims claims in in the the U. U. S. S. drop drop to to a a fifty fifty two two year year low low it's it's more more evidence evidence the the job job market market remains remains strong strong as as the the economy economy recovers recovers from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession the the labor labor department department says says unemployment unemployment claims claims dropped dropped by by eight eight thousand thousand last last week week two two hundred hundred ninety ninety eight eight thousand thousand the the four four week week average average is is the the lowest lowest since since October October nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine the the number number suggests suggests the the fast fast spreading spreading Omicron Omicron very very it it has has yet yet to to trigger trigger a a wave wave of of layoffs layoffs just just over over one one point point seven seven million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting unemployment unemployment benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December eighteenth eighteenth that's that's
US jobless claims unchanged at 205,000
"The the number number of of people people filing filing for for unemployment unemployment remains remains at at a a historically historically low low level level I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the labor labor department's department's weekly weekly count count of of jobless jobless claims claims was was unchanged unchanged last last week week at at two two hundred hundred and and five five thousand thousand meanwhile meanwhile the the four four week week average average edged edged up up to to just just over over two two hundred hundred and and six six thousand thousand one one point point nine nine million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting traditional traditional unemployment unemployment aid aid the the week week that that ended ended December December eleventh eleventh the the low low levels levels reflect reflect the the job job market market strong strong recovery recovery from from the the coronavirus coronavirus recession recession and and also also suggests suggests the the spread spread of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant has has not not immediately immediately triggered triggered layoffs layoffs employers employers are are reluctant reluctant to to let let workers workers go go to to time time when when it's it's tough tough to to find find replacements replacements there there were were near near record record eleven eleven million million job job openings openings in in October October than than Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
Criminals have stolen nearly $100 billion in Covid relief funds, Secret Service says
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the secret secret service service says says nearly nearly one one hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars has has been been stolen stolen and and pandemic pandemic relief relief funds funds the the US US secret secret service service estimates estimates nearly nearly one one hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars at at minimum minimum has has been been stolen stolen from from federal federal cove cove in in nineteen nineteen relief relief programs programs set set up up to to help help businesses businesses and and people people who who lost lost their their jobs jobs due due to to the the pandemic pandemic the the estimate estimate is is based based on on cases cases handled handled by by the the secret secret service service and and data data from from the the labor labor department department and and small small business business administration administration white white dots dots in in the the national national pandemic pandemic fraud fraud recovery recovery coordinator coordinator for for the the U. U. S. S. secret secret service service spoke spoke to to the the Associated Associated Press Press the the secret secret service service has has more more than than nine nine hundred hundred active active criminal criminal investigations investigations into into pandemic pandemic fraud fraud with with cases cases in in every every state state so so far far the the secret secret service service has has seized seized more more than than one one point point two two billion billion dollars dollars while while investigating investigating unemployment unemployment insurance insurance and and loan loan fraud fraud Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the secret secret service service says says nearly nearly one one hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars has has been been stolen stolen and and pandemic pandemic relief relief funds funds the the US US secret secret service service estimates estimates nearly nearly one one hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars at at minimum minimum has has been been stolen stolen from from federal federal cove cove in in nineteen nineteen relief relief programs programs set set up up to to help help businesses businesses and and people people who who lost lost their their jobs jobs due due to to the the pandemic pandemic the the estimate estimate is is based based on on cases cases handled handled by by the the secret secret service service and and data data from from the the labor labor department department and and small small business business administration administration white white dots dots in in the the national national pandemic pandemic fraud fraud recovery recovery coordinator coordinator for for the the U. U. S. S. secret secret service service spoke spoke to to the the Associated Associated Press Press the the
Household Budgets Were Already Tight. Then Came Inflation.
"I want to reduce Selena zito's most recent column in the New York Post, one paragraph. Since last year in Pennsylvania, data from the U.S. Labor Department shows the price of gas has gone up a whopping 58% utility 25% bacon 21% that should be illegal. Chicken 9% and eggs coffee apples, flour and milk around 6 to 8%. All of these items are just basic necessities. There's bacon, and then there's everything else, so this is a great column. Tell us about it. Well, you know, we've been talking about the great resignation, right? We've been talking about the people who haven't been going to work. What about the people that have? And these are the working pooler who can not, who are struggling to be able to support their families. Why are they struggling because the inflation has just devastated them. They are unable to meet their basic needs because of these costs. And they're sort of invisible to everyone. They're doing all the right things. These are the people that is in manufacturing and the service industry that healthcare industry that we see every day that make our lives better and give us everything that we need or that we think that we need. However, they are suffering the most during this during this inflation. And that was what the stories about. I went to a food bank that doesn't require people to meet the needs of the federal guidelines. Because again, these are the people that are hurt the most. They're working, but they can't pay their rent. They can't pay their mortgage. They can't get basic food. They can't pay for their gas because inflation has just rocked their budget.
US jobless claims rise but still historically low at 206,000
"More more Americans Americans are are filing filing jobless jobless claims claims but but the the numbers numbers remain remain low low I'm I'm done done Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the labor labor department department reports reports two two hundred hundred and and six six thousand thousand people people applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits last last week week that that was was an an increase increase of of eighteen eighteen thousand thousand but but still still low low by by historical historical standards standards the the four four week week average average which which smooths smooths out out volatility volatility continues continues downward downward dropping dropping to to less less than than two two hundred hundred and and four four thousand thousand the the lowest lowest level level since since November November nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine weekly weekly claims claims are are now now below below the the two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty thousand thousand level level typical typical before before the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hit hit altogether altogether some some one one point point eight eight million million Americans Americans were were receiving receiving traditional traditional jobless jobless benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December fourth fourth that that figure figure was was also also lower lower with with employers employers posting posting any any a a record record eleven eleven million million job job openings openings in in October October economists economists say say the the labor labor market's market's biggest biggest problem problem right right now now is is too too few few workers workers Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
Wholesale Prices Measure Rose 9.6% in November
"Product. Story in The Wall Street Journal which I'll come back to later. Millennials are super chasing the housing market. Why? They know that this 30 year money at 3%. Some will get a little below three, some will be above three is great. It's not going to last because they had lead story today. The lead story everywhere is that producer product index in the United States went through the rough in November. It did. It went up to 9%. The U.S. producer prices climbed sharply in November. Prices that suppliers are charging businesses and other customers leaped, not a word you want when you're talking about inflation. Left in November. The Labor Department said Tuesday that its producer price index rose 9.6% in November. The most since records began in 2010. Now, I don't know why the price index is not what you're paying at the store. It's what the people who put things in the stores are paying to the people who supply them. So the people buying everything that deliver you a product hit got hit by a 9.6% year over year monthly increase. Okay, you do the math. If it was, if it was 10%, that would mean, oh my goodness. It's going to be 12% next year, producer price inflation. That means next year, it's going to be 15% for you. And I've been asking you all week because Joe Manchin has to hold strong. He has to say no to build back better because it's a killer. Next year we're going to worry about how to kill inflation. And by the way, the fed is meeting today, and they're going to crush interest rate. Maybe rate it a half point. The prime and stocks will tumble in gold will go up because inflation is but do you feel this producer? You people who are buying things so you can resell the final product.
Breitbart: Durable Goods Inflation Breaks All-Time 1970s High as Prices Jump 14.9%
"Adorable goods inflation breaks all time 1970s high as prices jump 14.9% over breitbart John Carney But it's okay because mister squinty eyes listen I am doing the very best I can doctor Jill over here she checks me out Every now and then I think I'm doing okay I mean wait a minute that's my that's my sister While the overall pace of inflation reached a nearly four decade high November inflation for longer lasting goods actually hit an all time high to hear this today Price of durable goods jumped 1.6% in one month only in November compared with the prior month That's from the Labor Department That would be an all time record apart from the extraordinary high monthly price hikes seen in April May and June of this year Over the last 12 months prices of durable goods are up 14.9% higher than the record annual gain of 14.4% in May of 1975
US consumer prices soared 6.8% in past year, most since 1982
"Calls calls for for things things from from food food to to electronics electronics surged surged last last month month consumer consumer prices prices in in November November were were up up six six point point eight eight percent percent from from a a year year earlier earlier leading leading to to the the highest highest annual annual inflation inflation rate rate in in nearly nearly forty forty years years the the labor labor department department says says the the jump jump from from October October was was zero zero point point eight eight percent percent inflation inflation has has been been up up sharply sharply during during the the economy's economy's quick quick pandemic pandemic recovery recovery due due in in part part to to everything everything from from factory factory supply supply shortages shortages to to employers employers who who have have boosted boosted paid paid to to attract attract workers workers and and then then boosted boosted prices prices some some economists economists hope hope inflation inflation will will peak peak in in coming coming months months with with supply supply shortages shortages gradually gradually easing easing and and oil oil and and natural natural gas gas prices prices dropping dropping Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
US jobless claims drop 52-year low amid seasonal volatility
"Jobless jobless claims claims in in the the U. U. S. S. drop drop to to a a fifty fifty three three year year low low it's it's more more evidence evidence the the U. U. S. S. is is recovering recovering from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession the the labor labor department department says says unemployment unemployment claims claims dropped dropped by by forty forty three three thousand thousand last last week week to to one one hundred hundred eighty eighty four four thousand thousand the the lowest lowest since since September September nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight a a kind kind of of a a Stephen Stephen Stanley Stanley says says seasonal seasonal volatility volatility likely likely played played a a role role as as the the numbers numbers were were adjusted adjusted to to reflect reflect job job market market fluctuations fluctuations before before the the adjustments adjustments claims claims rose rose by by almost almost sixty sixty four four thousand thousand just just under under two two million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting traditional traditional unemployment unemployment benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended November November twenty twenty seventh seventh my my camp camp in in Washington Washington
US businesses advertised near-record 11 million open jobs
"Employers employers continue continue posting posting a a near near record record number number of of jobs jobs and and a a lot lot of of people people are are quitting quitting I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest numbers numbers it's it's a a sign sign the the companies companies are are confident confident enough enough in in the the economy economy to to expand expand operations operations the the labor labor department department reports reports US US employers employers posted posted eleven eleven million million job job openings openings in in October October nearly nearly matching matching the the record record high high reached reached in in July July the the biggest biggest increase increase was was in in restaurants restaurants bars bars and and hotels hotels with with a a leapt leapt nearly nearly twenty twenty percent percent and and the the number number of of available available manufacturing manufacturing jobs jobs jumped jumped six six percent percent to to more more than than one one million million the the highest highest number number on on record record in in that that sector sector the the job job openings openings and and labor labor turnover turnover survey survey also also shows shows the the number number of of people people quitting quitting their their jobs jobs dropped dropped slightly slightly to to four four point point two two million million from from four four point point four four in in September September still still the the October October numbers numbers the the third third highest highest on on record record dating dating back back to to two two thousand thousand Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
US jobless claims rise by 28,000, but still low at 222,000
"The the number number of of Americans Americans applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits was was back back up up last last week week I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the labor labor department department reports reports jobless jobless claims claims climbed climbed by by twenty twenty eight eight thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty two two thousand thousand but but that that was was up up from from a a fifty fifty two two year year low low the the week week before before the the four four week week average average continues continues to to drop drop it it fell fell below below two two hundred hundred and and thirty thirty nine nine pounds pounds and and a a pandemic pandemic hello hello overall overall two two million million Americans Americans were were receiving receiving traditional traditional jobless jobless benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended November November twentieth twentieth that that was was the the week week before before thanksgiving thanksgiving the the numbers numbers reflect reflect an an ongoing ongoing rebound rebound in in the the job job market market after after last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession caused caused employers employers to to cut cut more more than than twenty twenty two two million million jobs jobs still still the the US US remains remains four four million million jobs jobs short short of of February February twenty twenty twenty twenty Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
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"Truth I never saw this date Back in 2020 I never thought this day would come But God is good Prosecutor Linda donakowski says justice prevailed Three system works in this country And when you present the truth to people and they can see it they will do the right thing And that's what this jury did today Auburn's death sparking national outrage after a video of his shooting was made public Former president Trump said he was recently visited at Mar-a-Lago by Kyle rittenhouse after being acquitted in his murder trial less than a week ago Trump speaking about the meeting on Fox News's Hannity last night He's a really good young guys 18 years old just left Mar-a-Lago a little while ago And he should never have been put through that A jury last Friday clearing rittenhouse after he finally shot two men and wounded a third in Kenosha Wisconsin last summer It appears Trump organization chief operating officer Matt calamari will be having a Happy Thanksgiving multimedia outlets reporting calamari will not be indicted by the Manhattan prosecutor's office as part of an investigation into the Trump organization Federal money is from the infrastructure Bill will kickstart the long delayed second avenue subway project Here's governor Kathy hoko And we are very very anxious and pressing the administration hard to grant our request which is in Department of Transportation to include the construction of three new subway stations at the 106th street 116th street and 125th street here in Harlem Plans are to extend the line connecting 96 to 125th streets three new subway stations will be built the new Q line extension will connect to election can avenue and metro north As of last week the number of Americans applying for unemployment fell by 71,000 to 199,000 that is the lowest level of jobless claims in 52 years economists say it's a sign the U.S. job market is rebounding from last year's coronavirus recession The U.S. Labor Department says seasonal adjustments around the Thanksgiving holiday contributing to the drop Today the busiest travel day of the year are a says with 53.4 million people traveling through the Thanksgiving holiday That's up 13% from last year Travel is almost at pre-pandemic levels As tempted as you might be to get out of work you know three o'clock in the afternoon and grab the kids and jump in the car that might put you right in the traffic You might be better if you wait until after 9 p.m. that day And when you're returning on Sunday after Thanksgiving back home if you can get on the road before noon you may find less traffic than those that wait into the afternoon to start heading home The TSA screening over 2.2 million people at airport security checkpoints nationwide on Tuesday Thanksgiving Day parade stepping off at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning from Central Park west and 77th street down to 6th and 34th Temperatures are expected to be mild forecast coming up And that's in Boston islanders host the rangers Devils host Minnesota You forecast in the Ramsey Mazda where the center partly Claudia tonight low 37 Thanksgiving Day partly sunny high 54 From the 77 WABC midtown.
Record Number of Workers Quitting Jobs as Openings Remain High
"A record number of Americans quit their job since September it's employers posted a near record number of openings I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers the labor department says four point four million people quit their jobs in September that's about three percent of the nation's workforce meanwhile there were ten point four million job openings just a slight drop from August the figures point to an historic level of turmoil in the job market newly empowered workers are quitting to take higher pay being dangled by increasingly desperate employers rising incomes have spurred spending and economic growth all of which has employer is ramping up hiring to keep pace competition for workers is particularly intense for retailers and delivery companies with what's expected to be a healthy holiday shopping season Ben
US jobless claims drop to pandemic low of 267,000
"Jobless claims in the U. S. have reached a pandemic well two hundred sixty seven thousand Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week the labor department says that's a decline of four thousand from the week before and the sixth straight week that jobless claims have dropped unemployment applications are nearing pre pandemic levels of about two hundred twenty thousand a week now many businesses complain they can't find workers to fill their job openings which reached a near record ten point four million in August still the economy remains more than four million jobs
Consumer prices jumped in October, but one indicator says inflation might be peaking
"Inflation continues to ramp up I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers the labor department reports prices at the consumer level jumped nine tenths of a percent from September to October and when compared to October of last year consumer prices were up six point two percent the highest inflation rate since nineteen ninety surging costs for food gas and housing let the rice excluding the volatile food and energy categories so called core prices are now up four point six percent compared with the year ago job gains and pay raises have been relatively healthy during the pandemic recovery but surveys have shown inflation is eating away at some of those pay gains and diminishing Americans confidence in the economy Ben
"us labor department" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day
"Record. Numbers of women are getting jobs as truckers demand for new drivers and higher pay are big factors. Here's stephen basan with the gulf states. Newsroom it's worth remembering that. Trucking is a pretty rough job for long hauls. It means sleeping in a caught behind the front seats. All those hours of sitting behind the wheel can lead the blood clots. Plus you're driving around the seventy foot long vehicle dangerous enough leads to different horns. Pamela williams is a truck driving instructor with dnc training academy in jackson mississippi. You scary situation that people are exposed to that kind of startled them but that the no truck ezekiel alien. Please get your life yet. Despite how intimidating the job could be more women. Today are taking the wheel and driving across the country. Williams says the main reason comes down to pay. Because i mean you looking at. I could go to a job. They'll work forty hours and bring home four hundred dollars. I could go out here in a week and make a thousand dollars a quick thousand dollars doing something that i like to do. That's good a lot of the retail and restaurant. Jobs typically held by women were much more likely to vanish during the pandemic. Some trucking jobs also disappeared early last year. When everyone went on lockdown but demand for drivers started skyrocketing soon after as online shopping surged. That's led to higher pay which is attracted a lot more people including women. The number of female truck drivers has jumped almost double digits in the last year. According to the us labor department's
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"Manufacturing back. We got to get the jobs back. It's getting we're getting internationalized. We're getting dissolved as a nation, but another part of the state. Another message from the man seeking to not knock trump out of office. Former President Vice President Joe Biden in Chester, Pennsylvania, Biden saying he's taking nothing for granted this election. You know me I am not overcome. I just want to make sure we can earn every vote possible. So far early voting around the country has been largely peaceful. But authorities in many cities say they're still preparing for possible unrest closer to Election Day. There's NPR's Martin cost in New York and Los Angeles say they'll have Maura uniformed officers on hand. While in Chicago, the police superintendent, David Brown, says he wants to prevent the kind of looting and vandalism that happened there over the summer. We've identified specific groups within our police department dedicated to protest management dedicated to critical infrastructure protection. At the same time, many states bar uniformed police officers from polling places unless they're called. That's to prevent even the perception of voter intimidation. There are meanwhile, also some concerns this year about intimidation by private citizens. Michigan Secretary of State has banned the open carry of firearms at election cites a band that's now being challenged in court. Martin cased NPR news. You're listening to NPR live from cake Unity news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The Oakland Zoo and mere Woods are among the Bay Area destinations closed today due to PG and empower shut offs and windy weather. Hey, cuties! Brian, what has more The zoo could also be closed tomorrow, and zoo officials tell people with Monday and Tuesday tickets to it's Halloween themed event that they can use them on Wednesday and Thursday. 11 parks and preserves in the East Bay Regional Parks district are also closed today, including Tilden, Szabo, Sibley and Wildcat Canyon. In addition, Comeere Woods in Marin County The Mount Tamil pious watershed in Molina's Fairfax Road are also closed until five o'clock Tuesday morning. I'm Brian what news, Hewlett Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have settled with the US Labor Department over allegations of systemic pay discrimination against nearly 400 women. Rachel Miro has more from cakey bodies. Silicon Valley desk. While not admitting liability, the Silicon Valley based tech giants agreed to pay roughly $1.5 million in back pay an interest in routine compliance evaluations. The Labor Department's office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found compensation disparities between male and female employees working in similar positions in San Diego. Houston, Boise, Idaho, and Fort Collins, Colorado. The companies also agreed to self on it to make sure they meet federal requirements. For instance, it's illegal for companies doing business with the federal government to discriminate because of sex, sexual orientation or gender identity. I'm Rachel Myrow kick you in the news and.
"us labor department" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Since cleared and as you can see, Traffic is moving nice and smoothly here. I want to look at your master. Dr Times, pal. Stated to 4 59 20 minutes truck. Ction 14 minutes and Hoover to the downtown junction on Ly 10 minutes. All right, we're good to go this morning. I'm Toy Thornton with your first traffic. Thank you toy while the star of the Netflix documentary Siri's Cheer now facing child pornography charges, Jerry Harris was arrested on Thursday accused of trying to solicit sex with a minor. Comes three days after a twin boys filed a lawsuit alleging that Harris sent them sexually explicit photos off himself. Harris will remain in jail over the weekend after a judge ordered him to return for a detention hearing. Monday morning. Ah federal judge now promising to block changes made by the post office that have slowed down mail delivery so that judge saying that he'll issue a nationwide injunction against the U. S. Postal Service ruling. Changes made by the postmaster general have made mail delivery slower and less efficient. He also called the changes politically motivated in his opinion, accusing the president and the postmaster general of trying to disenfranchise voters. Jobless claims continued to decline across the U. S. But the US Labor Department still reports 860,000 Americans did file for first time unemployment benefits last week, however, that is down from the week before, and the number of continuing claims also down in Alabama 800 people filed for unemployment benefits last week. That is down by about 100 from the week before. A small group of people who call themselves anti masters are now being fined after making a scene at a target in Florida. This is them, the group saying running Through the store, urging people to take off their face coverings. Target official says The protesters were asked to leave the store,.
"us labor department" Discussed on KTRH
"Services, Leisure and hospitality, education and health services. The unemployment rate last month declined to 8.4% of better reading than expected in recent weeks Cos air rehiring workers at a slower pace compared with earlier in this summer. There were 4.8 million jobs added back in June. GeneCo's Sola Fox news, but traders don't seem to care. Katie Ridge moneyman passion. Stocks are trading lower as it looks like day two for profit taking in the NASDAQ. Meanwhile, this morning before the bell US Labor Department said nonfarm payroll numbers rose by nearly 1.4 million jobs last month, a bit above what analysts had expected. The biggest jobs gains came from retail business services and hiring of census workers. The Dow is down. 1.5% down 427 the S and P is down. 1.7% down. 59 NASDAQ Down 256. That's two and two quarters percent. And the oil future contract at 40 04. A top adviser on the president's Operation Warp Speed Initiative, says he'll quit if there's political interference in the process of approving a safe and effective vaccine. Monster of Slough. We told Science magazine there's been though, and affairs by the Trump administration so far, but if there were, he would immediately resign. Sally said A decision on emergency approval needs to be absolutely shielded from politics, adding. If a safe and effective vaccine is developed, it should be distributed right away whether it's in November or October or January. The Trump Administration has asked eight governors to be ready for vaccine distribution.
"us labor department" Discussed on 790 KABC
"House Gates President Donald Trump is set to stand on the South Lawn tonight to accept his party's nomination for president. Arkansas GOP governor Is Hutchinson highlights President Trump's unique leadership style Well, it's interesting that Both the first lady Melania Trump, but also the vice president last night, said a little bit lightheartedly that the president does speak his mind. Or you don't have to wonder about what he's thinking. And I think everybody recognizes that that's his style. That that sometimes is good. Sometimes it's bad, but that's who Donald Trump is. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should not debate President Trump, claiming his Republican rival in the 2020 election would quote be little what the presidential debate should be about. Biden responded and said he does intend to debate Trump. I'm used to dealing with police. I understand how they work, and I'm going to go by the rules of the debate commission played by the rules, and we're going to have a debate after filing for bankruptcy protection A few weeks ago, one of America's a legendary brand department stores is closing for good. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says the retail pioneer had expected to keep a few stores open after a nearly 200 year run. The nation's first department store will cease to exist. Lord and Taylor's execs announced that they will be liquidating all assets at their remaining 38 stores and the Web site. Last week, they had said they were going to keep 14 locations in the U. S Open. While Lord and Taylor is shutting down, executives said they are still entertaining various opportunities for their brand. The US Labor Department says more than one million American workers filed first time claims for unemployment last week. On Wall Street. The major indexes closed mixed. The NASDAQ was down, but the S and P 500 the Tao were up K ABC Sports Protein Sports Strikes over the police shooting in Wisconsin. My end.
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"Harbour Bridge. New Jobs numbers out this morning from the US Labor Department finds unemployment is falling as Corona virus restrictions begin. Tio ESE President Trump the White House moments ago. Touting those new numbers is the largest monthly jobs gained in the history of our country, four from correspondent Steve Cast inbound. With states continuing to lose in Corona virus restrictions. The economy is coming back to life. The Labor Department said 4.8 million jobs were added to the U. S economy in June. With more Americans going backto work. The Labor Department said the unemployment rate fell from 13.3% in May to 11.1% in June. And we will check the Wall Street numbers in just a moment, not easing restrictions just yet. Montgomery County seeing improvement, But you know when we look at the new cases have kind of a little bit. You know, we're hanging out at the sixties. You know, we want to see Maurin movement from that level before again. We feel comfortable opening up Maura activities to folks Dr Travis Gail's the County Health director, while county executive Mark L. Read says he wants to see what happens with covert cases over this July 4th weekend, when people traditionally gathered together we're going to wait at least a week. I'm this weekend to make sure we don't see a spike in cases. So assuming a lot of people go to the beach, not just county residents, but people can't residents know we want to make sure that we do not get a spike next week. California's governor says he's theories about the state's facemask mandate. 40 million people in the state of California 40 million people turned their back on these guidelines and common sense. That is not something we can enforce. First of all, all 40 million If Orleans air not turning their backs on the guidelines, although you'd think so, depending upon where you were, and it's unclear why the governor thinks the mandates can't be enforced masking technical difficulties and yesterday's briefing prohibited press questions. Sheriff's department in Los Angeles County will be enforcing and finding in West Hollywood at least the first offense for not wearing a mask. A $300 fine Jim Roop LOS Angeles Another Confederate statue is being removed at this hour in Virginia's Capitals. 30 workers in Richmond blocking off the Matthew Fontaine Maury statue on Monument Avenue. Mari considered the father of modern oceanography, also having his name removed at the U. S Naval Academy in Annapolis. Richmond Mayor LeVar Stoney asked about Yesterday's removal of the Statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was both humbling and also embarrassed. You know that mine It stood for roughly 100 plus years and we know those miners were elected for particular reason. They were there to intimidate and also to put black and brown people in their place. And yesterday we did the right thing. It was a public safety issue, but also it was passed in time. Checking your money now on Wall Street. Responding to those good jobs numbers, The Dow Jones up 451 points. The NASDAQ Up 152 up next traffic and weather on 105.9 FM. Washington's mall W M. A. L Refuse people.
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"To medical personnel for the second week in a row a record number of people applied for unemployment the US Labor Department reported six point. Six million new jobless claims that's ten times the weekly record set in one thousand nine hundred two and it doubles last weeks. Total meaning about ten million Americans are newly out of work and it may be a little bit longer before some people start seeing relief. Nbc News obtained a Congressional Memo. That lays out a timeline for the personal payments. Promise under the new government stimulus package remember. That stimulus allows the government to give up to twelve hundred dollars to most adults and five hundred dollars for children. The memo says most Americans have direct deposit information on file. So they'll get their payment. Sooner likely the week of April thirteenth the direct deposit information comes from the last two years of tax returns. But for those who have not given their direct deposit info yet the Treasury Department now says the IRS is setting up a web portal for you about three weeks after those electric payments. Go Out then. The IRS will start issuing paper checks most likely the week of May fourth. It will take nearly five months to send all of those that means. It could be October before. Everyone gets their payments. The lowest income Americans will get their checks. I also when it comes to the rest of the two point. Two trillion dollar stimulus package Democrats in Congress started an oversight committee to review. How the aid is handed out and investigate. How the private sector is actually spending government funds. Even though House leader Nancy Pelosi will be the one to create the committee. She said she hopes both Democrats and Republicans will be involved. President trump responded by calling the idea of more oversight redundant.
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"A grand jury has indicted empire actor jussie smollet charging. He lied to police what he said he was the victim of a hate crime attack. In January is attorney called a sixteen count indictment vindictive and says small at maintains his innocence correspondent, Nick watt. Every single one of these charges is in relation to statements that Jesse smollet gave to to different police officers alleging that this hate crime had occurred. And it says in this kind and jesse's Millette new at the time of this transmission, there was no reasonable grounds for believing that such an offence had been committed. Police say at stage, the attack and recruited and paid two brothers to participate. A federal judge on Friday sent former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to jail for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating. Wikileaks manning was sent to jail after she confirmed. She would not appear before the grand jury because she objects to the secrecy of the process. President Trump signed bibles at a church in Alabama on Friday and took pictures with survivors of last weekend's deadly tornadoes. Twenty-three people were killed this man survived. Notice. The Mondays house went there are no more and look at mount Anamour sitting there blue couch and figured I might just been sitting there watching TV or something. I just started digging looking for them. There is a threat of tornadoes from Texas departs of Alabama and places north through the weekend. The president is expected to send a budget proposal to congress on Monday. He'll be asking for seven hundred fifty billion dollars for defense spending while cutting non-defense discretionary spending by five percent. The US Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell in February two three point eight percent from four percent hourly pay increased three point four percent from a year earlier. That's the biggest jump in a decade. The Dow on Friday dropped..
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"Rating up about fourteen percent over the early figures from one year ago charges could be filed as early as today on the England Patriots owner Bob Kraft for soliciting prostitution in Jupiter craft and fellow billionaire, John w Childs accused of soliciting from women working at south Florida massage parlours, President Trump getting ready to head to be at Phnom ahead of his second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon president and Kim will meet Wednesday and Thursday. No details of the agenda released just yet. Hey, Sean Hannity here. And I will be in Vietnam Hanoi, always taking you closer to the second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN than anyone else. Get behind the scenes information insight that you won't hear anywhere else. All week long afternoons at three right here on news ninety six point five WDBO, twelve Senate teen on Orlando's new Gene Wexler here. With more about that summit. Coming up this week. ABC's Terry Moran says the goal is not denuclearization making this different from the first one. There have been no concrete steps. No actual denuclearization. Oh, they've stopped testing. But they've done that before. So the goal here is a modest one. Just get them to do something. Real other update at twelve thirty in. Orlando intersection is a little bit safer for pedestrians after the sister of a woman killed they're convinced the city to install a crosswalk Seventy-three-year-old Irma. Morales was hit and killed in January twenty eighteen crossing Pershing avenue at red road. She was not in a crosswalk and walked in front of a car with a green light, grieving the loss of her sister. Pat, Santiago turned her attention to the safety of the intersection. So she got in touch with the Orange County department of public works. The traffic division studied the intersection and determined across walk was warranted. Because. Of the nearby homes and church work on the thirteen thousand dollar project was completed on February first Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO tonight, people will raise money to rebuild in Orange County animal sanctuary that went up in flames earlier in the month. Supporters will hold an art sale and silent auction at the abbey and Thornton park for the second chance wildlife sanctuary starts at six o'clock, the sanctuary in the eastern part of Orange County completely destroyed following a fire forty one of the more than three hundred animals on the property. Died of the owners home was also destroyed. No foul play spectrum in that fire, Kevin refuse ninety six point five WDBO. All right MoneyWatch time. Now costs more to eat out prices at full service restaurants are increasing. According to the US Labor Department experts point to restaurants increased expenses labor rent an insurance as the reason that they're charging customers more Scott. I asked our listeners that they've noticed this guy says he has when.
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"Hundred sixty WJR news, dick Hafner. The US Labor Department says weekly unemployment applications rose by fifty three thousand last week. There were two hundred fifty three thousand unemployment applications filed around the country. The January jobs report comes out tomorrow. It's unclear when the Russia investigation will wrap up many believe it's near an end correspondent Sarah Westwood reports. It's unknown what President Trump will do with Trump signaling that he may allow the Justice department to make the decision about whether a special counsel Robert Mueller's final report should be made public hinting that he will not direct his legal team to try to exert executive privilege over parts of that report to try to keep the public from seeing. And it's been an open question about whether he would try to do that House Democratic leadership. Introducing election law reform proposals that include voting on weekends or changing around voting hours at the federal level. The Senate Republican leader McConnell says if it's passed by the house, it is not going to see the same result in the Senate. Guardrails exists to stop things like a narrow partisan majority in the house of representatives grabbing control of election laws just a benefit themselves. Politically governor Whitman says she is dialed down the office. Is there in Lansing and her home to sixty four Widmer's requesting everyone else to do the same? No higher than sixty five. She says there was a fire in Ray township at a consumers energy facility, the blew up a gas compressor station,.
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"You gotta let go man. We're not gonna die. But you gotta let go. Castro claims in his social media posts that the passenger was drunk. The passenger was detained now to a bigger fight. This one on Capitol Hill as we enter day thirty-three of the partial government shutdown. We are following a case of dueling proposals. Senate leaders each have key votes scheduled for tomorrow, but John Lawrence reports both are expected to fail. The White House's plan offers temporary protection from deportation to some immigrants and funds a border barrier. Majority leader Mitch McConnell the opportunity and all this historic. The minority leader Chuck Schumer isn't impressed. The president's proposal is just wrapping paper on the same partisan package and hostage taking taxes. The democratic plan calls for reopening government through February while holding immigration reform talks. I'm John Lawrence. Report Armstrong Getty will be going in depth on the failure to fund the government in a moment. They will be speaking with Lonny chin with the Hoover Institution here in the bay area. We may be in a partial shutdown, but that's not. Keeping the feds from filing a discrimination lawsuit against oracle. Jason Middleton has the story. The US Labor Department is accusing oracle of wage discrimination practices that cost female, and minority employees or hundred million dollars. According to a new federal filing. The filing is a follow on from Labor's 2017 lawsuit. That lawsuit was stayed. So the feds and oracle could mediate a resolution the filing from the DO L renews. The claims that oracle discriminates in its compensation and hiring practices and goes further to allege the company has destroyed evidence. Labor says oracle has two methods to discriminate I they hire non whites or women at lower base salaries, and then channel those workers onto career paths that ultimately pay less over hiring of foreign workers with visas usually new graduates who require cosigns from oracle to work in the US is another allegation so far oracle has not publicly commented. I'm Jason Middleton. The giants slugger. Barry Bonds has missed the baseball hall of fame again he and Roger Clemens have three more years of eligibility on the writers ballot. If they don't reach seventy five percent, they will be considered by veterans committee. Both have had their candidacies hindered. By their ties to performance enhancing drugs. We have an update on your commute with Mark Nieto in just a moment on K G O. He's going to begin with an update on the south bay. Especially on one zero one next. This is fire fighter Raphael Pura.
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"This is a Bloomberg business flash. From Bloomberg world headquarters, I'm Charlie Pellett. Couple of developing stories to pass along to you. First of all the White House. National Economic Council director Larry cudlow says a talks with China that had been scheduled for next week are quote still on. Also, we have got the guardian reporting that the US Labor Department has filed a complaint against oracle. Oracle shares do remain Laura now by one point one percent. We're on IBM watch it reports after the bell shares lower now by one point three percent. The Dow the s&p NASDAQ all declining as some down forty six dropped their one point seven percent. Nasdaq down one hundred and fifty two down two point three percent. Dow Industrial's down three hundred eighty five a drop their of one point six percent tenure up a thirteen thirty seconds with a yield of two point seven three percent. Gold seven. Tenths now at twelve eighty four the ounce and west Texas intermediate crude down a two point three percent fifty to fifty seven for a barrel of WTI. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Ma. Allergy? Let me drive. Oh, honey. Please. Dr. Try. This is the drive to the globe. Hunkin you. Thanks. Well, Don on Bloomberg radio. It is time for the drive to the close this as we've stocks pretty much hovering near their lows of the session and most names in the S and P five hundred are lower today. Let's talk about.
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"From the twenty four seven KFI digital new center. I'm Joe Michaels. Newsradio. Af PK governor Gavin Newsom met with TSA workers this afternoon at Sacramento international airport, telling the two dozen gathered in terminal A that they're eligible for up to four hundred and fifty dollars a week in unemployment benefits while the shutdown continues. The US Labor Department says the governor can't do that Newsome claims. He can he will and believes he has solid legal standing to do. So according to a tentative finding by a federal judge PGE's lack of properly insulated, power conductors and the threat of trees or limbs falling on distribution lines. Played a role in causing some of the wildfire disasters of two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen U S District judge. William all sub says he's tentatively concluded that on insulated. Power conductors lie at the heart of the wildfire crisis. That's plunged PG into bankruptcy. Also is holding a hearing January thirtieth on his proposal to force PG, Anita make dramatic upgrades and its fire safety program. The plaza. County sheriff's department says one of their canine that was shot and wounded is expected to make a full recovery. Eros was thrust into the middle of Tuesday nights freeway gunbattle in Roseville, but ended in the death of a Montana, man. The dog underwent surgery for a gunshot wound to his hip flank area. He's resting and expected to be back home with his handler and family as soon as tomorrow. I'm Joe Michaels. Newsradio K F B K now, traffic and weather together. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com. If you're headed to Reno Lake Tahoe chains are required in both directions on I eighty between Nyack and the California Nevada State line and looking at a chain requirements on highway fifty both directions from three miles east of Khyber STA. Myers. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then sort review and communicates with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Your next report at seven thirty. I'm Steve Harare, NewsRadio KF PK..
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"Thank you for tuning in taking us on the ride if you are on the four seventeen southbound you're sitting there on the bridge to lake jesup bridge, you're tuning in to find out. What the heck's going on? There was a crash southbound before the four thirty four they are getting that cleared up. He's still have major delays. Obviously if you're on the bridge, there's really nowhere for you to go. Jackie o'brien. We'll have the update coming up in just a few months. Minutes, and despite the government shutdown some government data not being released. Tomorrow's jobs report will be released as usual on the first Friday of the month. Mark Hamrick from bankrate dot com is with us and happy new year to you, my friend. Hello, Tony great to be with you. Happy new year to you as well. Always great to be with you. Well, thank you, sir. Amid all this insane. A market volatility tomorrow, they're going to add to it with the jobs report. That's right. Well, obviously, the stock market has been a dicey proposition of late. I would argue that we think about volatility more often when stocks are moving lower, but not so much when they're moving higher, and this is really the flip side of the long advance. So we've seen whether you want data back to the general election in twenty sixteen or essentially going back over the broader course of a decade. And so obviously, we're seeing a correction or bear market. So keep the. Seatbelts fastened. Whether we're talking about the stock market the economy or any number of other things, we should say excluding today's apple news. It still has been pretty crazy. The jobs report that's coming out. Tomorrow is an economic report that does sometimes move the market quite a bit one direction or the other. What are we expecting? Well, absolutely. And I just add we also had some downbeat news from the manufacturing sector indicated one of the sharper downturns we've seen really for many years, and it's not a contraction. But it shows a slowing pace of growth. Investors are getting a number of flashing yellow lights. I think the jobs report for the month of December from the US Labor Department should serve as a bit of a counterweight to some of this negativity because the job market has really been performing. Well, we do expect a level of jobs creation to continue to be fairly impressive as well. We think that the unemployment rate could go a little lower from here over the next few months, and we'll just have to see. Where develops and in the year ahead. But you know, we think about twenty eighteen in the sense of growth for the US essentially notch the three percent level may fall slightly short of that. When all the data comes in. We'll see and we do have higher interest rates rising debt and deficits in the US and their prices to be paid for all that as well. Well, this gets really deep because most of us are not a communists, but as far as December goes this last question as far as December goes there's a lot of people that get jobs for the holidays is that factored in holiday employment. Yeah. One of the things that the Labor Department does as it sort of manages this data and prepares to release it to the public is essentially smooth it out for month-to-month volatility. But obviously retail employment sort of absolute basis will be, you know, calming down a little bit in these next few months as the need for seasonal workers. You know falls? I'm Mark Hamrick with a great dot com. Mark we'll be looking for that. Number tomorrow. And we'll all be keeping our fingers crossed. After today. Always my pleasure to speak with you. Tony. Thanks so much, sir. Thank you, six forty three. And that number by the way at eight thirty tomorrow morning. They're looking for at least one hundred and fifty five thousand jobs to be created..
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"So women are more interested in people by large and men are more interested in things by large and the difference is actually large it's one standard deviation. And so that means if you're. A man you would have to be more interested in people than eighty five percent of men to be as interested as fifty percent of women. And if you're a woman you'd have to be more interested in things than eighty five percent of women to be as interested as the fiftieth percentile male. So the difference is actually quite substantial, and it's certainly large enough to drive occupational choice differences. And which is explains a lot of configuration of people in the word. Absolutely. Well, and you know, we're approach approaching parody in terms of workplace overall workplace distribution women, but there's massive differences in occupational choice. Like, it's very interesting, for example, to go to the website of the US Labor Department and look at male and female dominated industries, and there's the top ten male. Dominated industries have basically zero women in them people. Rick players being one of the people there people zones according to. Meal poly, you find a lot of men in the people freeze up. Women. Are you ask a group of women and men would you rather spend the next three weeks taking part of machine and putting it together or helping a group of people were out their problems, and the pool of people who want to do it's just far more men than we've been there's more men and women dominated industries than there are women and men dominated industries at the extreme. So that's like nurse nursing. Yeah. Way more male, nurses. Layers. I've studied these male, nurses, and they already been gender activists are upset because they earn more than women and a professor of nursing at university of Pennsylvania tried to find out why. Found out they immediately find out. What's the best paying field sub-field? So they go into like nurse anesthesiology pays a lot more the minner there and disproportionate number. And they're willing to work in cr- insane hours. They're far more willing to moon. Pharrell phone with with gender differences. Is that men are more willing to move millionaire more willing? Hours. Yup. They're more willing to work outside. They're more willing to take on dangerous tasks, they're more likely to work in scalable industries. So like, you can't scale personal care. It's really it's very very difficult. They're much less likely to work part time, if they have small businesses they're much more likely to work fulltime in the small business rather than this than part time. I mean women have the reasons to work part time and Farrell also pointed out that if you work ten percent longer hours you make forty percent more money in non linear, non linear return on overtime. That's something. That's really useful. To know. You know? Interview career push it to an employer have somewhat also marks you out. You know, like if you have ten employees, and they're all doing a reasonable job. Let's say, but one of them is working in extra half an hour a day or forty five minutes a day, and you can observe that every day then that gives them an edge with regards to potential promotion, and so and return on those edges is non linear. And so anyway, so I went to Scandinavian, and it was the same week that two studies were released showing what had already been established beyond a shadow of a doubt that the personality differences between men and women and the differences in interest as well, actually, get bigger as your society gets richer, and as it gets more egalitarian and not just a little bit either. That's the other thing. That's so interesting. Is you might think well, the effect is it's the opposite of what the social construction ists would predict first of all. So that's the first thing to point out. It's not only that they're hypothesis wasn't supported it was decidedly refuted. And none of them have come to terms with that. And and it's not a small affect the difference between personality between men and women in Scandinavia is a lot larger than it is non egalitarian contract and rural but's that's true in the United States, the richer..