Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one.  Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Wanna Be a Cop in Milan? Well, So Do 10,000 Other People

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one. Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one.  Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Wanna Be a Cop in Milan? Well, So Do 10,000 Other People

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one. Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

former MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove, who says Trump was in Russia's debt even before Vladimir Putin's government started messing with the U.S.' democratic process. "What lingers for Trump may be what deals -- on what terms -- he did after the financial crisis of 2008 to borrow Russian money when others in the West apparently would not lend to him

Why some national-security experts say Kremlin-gate will lead to Donald Trump's impeachment

former MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove, who says Trump was in Russia's debt even before Vladimir Putin's government started messing with the U.S.' democratic process. "What lingers for Trump may be what deals -- on what terms -- he did after the financial crisis of 2008 to borrow Russian money when others in the West apparently would not lend to him

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one.  Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Wanna Be a Cop in Milan? Well, So Do 10,000 Other People

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one. Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one.  Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

Wanna Be a Cop in Milan? Well, So Do 10,000 Other People

Finding a job sometimes feels impossible. Enduring an endless cycle of Google searches, resumes, and cover letters can leave you thinking everyone is after the same jobs you are. That’s actually true in Italy, where thousands of people apply for any government position that comes up, and endure the rigorous tests needed to land one. Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in Open Competitive Examinations, his photo series documenting the entrance exams that draw hundreds of people to…

The return of the deficit  An in-depth analysis of Belgium's public finance in the recent past. Prior to the outbreak of the financial crisis in 2008 Belgium's fiscal balances and debt ratios seemed to be on a firm consolidation path. Today however Belgium is facing a major budgetary challenge albeit to some extent lesser than that of other European countries. A proper understanding of the current situation and the design of the most appropriate policy response always benefit from an…

The return of the deficit An in-depth analysis of Belgium's public finance in the recent past. Prior to the outbreak of the financial crisis in 2008 Belgium's fiscal balances and debt ratios seemed to be on a firm consolidation path. Today however Belgium is facing a major budgetary challenge albeit to some extent lesser than that of other European countries. A proper understanding of the current situation and the design of the most appropriate policy response always benefit from an…

While America is still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, a high unemployment rate, and a surge in government debt, China’s economy is the second largest in the world, and many predict it will surpass the United States’ ...

While America is still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, a high unemployment rate, and a surge in government debt, China’s economy is the second largest in the world, and many predict it will surpass the United States’ ...

Federal Mortgage Modification Programs #mortgage #providers http://mortgage.remmont.com/federal-mortgage-modification-programs-mortgage-providers/  #federal mortgage relief # Federal Mortgage Modification Programs [There is]. a tradeoff between the number of foreclosures prevented in the short term and the durability of foreclosure prevention efforts. There have been multiple efforts to reduce home mortgage foreclosures via federal government loan modification or debt forgiveness programs…

Federal Mortgage Modification Programs #mortgage #providers http://mortgage.remmont.com/federal-mortgage-modification-programs-mortgage-providers/ #federal mortgage relief # Federal Mortgage Modification Programs [There is]. a tradeoff between the number of foreclosures prevented in the short term and the durability of foreclosure prevention efforts. There have been multiple efforts to reduce home mortgage foreclosures via federal government loan modification or debt forgiveness programs…

The conventional wisdom about a lot of Rust Belt cities in this country is, well, look at the name. Their economies are shot, thanks to the steady loss of manufacturing jobs, and voters there are counting on President Trump to bring them back. It's the premise of our series "The Big Promise." But in Erie, Pennsylvania, there's something else going on. Plus, we'll look at the growing list of advertisers pulling away from "The O'Reilly Factor" and Jenna Lyons' departure from J.Crew.

The conventional wisdom about a lot of Rust Belt cities in this country is, well, look at the name. Their economies are shot, thanks to the steady loss of manufacturing jobs, and voters there are counting on President Trump to bring them back. It's the premise of our series "The Big Promise." But in Erie, Pennsylvania, there's something else going on. Plus, we'll look at the growing list of advertisers pulling away from "The O'Reilly Factor" and Jenna Lyons' departure from J.Crew.

In 2008, faced with the possibility of financial failure, Iceland had to think on its feet. Instead of bailing out banks USA-style, the country forgave mortgage debt for the population – and...

In 2008, faced with the possibility of financial failure, Iceland had to think on its feet. Instead of bailing out banks USA-style, the country forgave mortgage debt for the population – and...

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