Singapore’s overall unemployment rate rose to 3.4% in August, official data showed, the highest since the middle of 2004 as businesses shed jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s been a nasty, beleaguered year for Lebanon. The nation has been hit by a meltdown, mass protests, financial disaster, and a cataclysmic explosion that virtually wiped out its main port.
What is there to say over the corpse of Bernie Madoff, maybe the least-mourned man this side of serial killers? Well, he died alone, which he deserved, as harsh as it is to say on this, the day of his death. His son killed himself in 2010, two years after Madoff’s arrest,
As Lebanon sinks lower into financial ruin, foreign banks are cutting ties with the Central Bank, making it difficult for the country to purchase goods and transfer payments from abroad.
The RTA said on its Twitter, “About 100 employees of RTA have benefited from the humanitarian initiative dubbed ‘Jisr Al Khair’ launched by RTA Foundation in 2017 to mark the Year of Giving."
Lebanon is facing an unprecedented crisis. The economy has sunk to its lowest. The Lebanese lira is going for 3,900 for a US dollar. In the black market it has reached the absurdly phenomenal level of 18,000 Lebanese lira for a US dollar. The World Bank has described it as one
The ILO's annual World Employment and Social Outlook report indicated that the planet would be 75 million jobs short at the end of this year compared to if the pandemic had not occurred.
Lebanon’s acute financial morass is hurtling the country towards perdition. The choice is now up to its leaders to decide whether to come to a workable solution or entertain more chaos and insecurity. Fuel paucity has thrown essential services
The new cabinet of 24 ministers headed by Najib Mikati, a billionaire businessman, was announced by the president’s office and later by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Mahmoud Makkieh.
Millennials. They’re back at it again with their whining and laziness. This time, they’re daring to quit their jobs due to burnout. Don’t they understand the financial ramifications of quitting or “lying flat,” even for a brief stint? Aren’t they rather young to be burned out?