By Erica Varlese
In Rochester, the teachers union pushes for President Obama’s new jobs plan, with the possibility of retaining 290,000 positions.
Yesterday, Bank of America announced that they will lay off 30,000 employees in the next few years.
NJ Sen. Frank Lautenberg is advocating for the Urban Jobs Act to help inner city youth find employment.
In Seattle, Washington, the city council voted that private employers with more than five employees must provide paid sick time.
Chicago’s top tourism chief accused striking Hyatt workers of being “disrespectful” for striking on September 11.