Category Archives: Unemployment
The return of the AAP
Over the last month the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) juggernaut has been busy celebrating itself, narcissistically pleased as it looked at the electoral mirror. It has already become the majoritarian phenomenon that critics feared it would become. As a policy formulator, the regime seemed to love spectacles. It was delighted with recommendations from world leaders and the diaspora. Yet it knew that the context was changing in Delhi. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), i Continue reading
As a fashion editor, it’s my job to pore over the most ravishing clothes and accessories you can imagine. Bubble skirts molded out of glossy strawberry satin. Quilted handbags worthy of a 50 person waiting list. Dresses dusted in sequins, edged in tulle, lathered in eyelet, dipped in gold.
I may write about how to wear such clothes (or at least the knockoff versions), but I’m not good at
Elegant second Obama inauguration spins to a starry end
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President Obama and first lady Michelle wrapped up their inauguration with a night of merrymaking.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama show off her inaugural gown by Jason Wu.(Photo: Joe Raedle Getty Images)
Story HighlightsThe president second inauguration was a Continue reading
Butterworth et al. (2011) found that unemployed people’s mental health fared better or were similar to that of people with poor quality jobs. Poor quality work was defined as those with high demands, low pay, little autonomy, and low job … Continue reading