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Cheap China goods cost NY 161K jobs-- NY Post

Americans’ mad craving for low-cost goods from China has come at a shocking price: The loss of 161,400 jobs in the past decade.

And some 300,000 New York jobs now hang in the balance in the next decade.


New Study Quantifies Costs of College Dropouts--EdWeek

If policymakers weren't wringing their hands enough about low college-graduation rates, now a new study puts a dollar figure on the lost income from young men and women who never complete their degrees.

The American Institutes for Research, a behavioral and social-science research organization in Washington, analyzed nearly 1.1 million students that started college in 2002 and found nearly 500,000 dropped out within six years. From that, AIR estimated the difference in their potential earning power as college graduates vs. workers without a degree.


Alzheimer's Run For a Cure--WTNH

Wallingford, Conn. (WTNH) - A Massachusetts man made a special stop in Connecticut as he runs across the United States to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's research.


Dana Point teens head to Vegas for national contest - OC Register

A team of seven Dana Hills students – and the only team from California – will compete against 23 other high school teams from across the nation beginning Monday in Las Vegas.


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