September 4, 2015

Kansas cutbacks rattle state jobs programs

Gene Meyer
TOPEKA, — As Kansans cope with a persistently higher than normal 6.6 percent unemployment rate, the state’s labor department said Tuesday it is abolishing two positions of people whose job it was to help the unemployed find …

School choice answer to American competitiveness woes

Rebekah Rast, Guest Columnist

Siemens, the German engineering group, is having difficulty filling job openings in the U.S.
With an unemployment rate of 9.1 percent, how is that possible?
Eric Spiegel, chief executive in the U.S. for Siemens, said in …