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Jobs report paints “bleak picture” for women

September 19, 2010

Analysis by the National Women’s Law Center of August jobs data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has revealed unemployment among single mothers remains at the highest level since the recession began.

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JetBlue brings back ‘All You Can Jet’ passes

August 23, 2010

JetBlue is bringing back its popular All-You-Can-Jet pass that allows anyone to travel to an unlimited number of cities over a one month period. The pass is valid for flights between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6, the company said Tuesday.

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Forced to retire, some take Social Security early

August 16, 2010

Paul Skidmore’s office is shuttered, his job gone, his 18-month job search fruitless and his unemployment benefits exhausted. So at 63, he plans to file this week for Social Security benefits, three years earlier than planned.

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New ID theft targets kids’ SS numbers

August 8, 2010

Hundreds of online businesses are using computers to find dormant Social Security numbers — usually those assigned to children who don’t use them — then selling those numbers under another name to help people establish phony credit and run up huge debts they will never pay off.

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Ten tips on how to be a good neighbor – and avoid lawsuits

August 1, 2010

Treating your neighbor as you would like to be treated is wisdom that is thousands of years old. And it may be more important than ever in today’s litigious society where a growing number of Americans – nearly 80 percent – live side-by-side in urban and suburban areas, in many cases separated only by a wall.

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The Philadelphia Sunday Sun Staff