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Pope Francis: Serve and Live in the Freedom of God

Even non-Christians can benefit from not working on Sundays, Pontiff says in visit to southern Italy.

Cooperative Firms in a Competitive Market

A growing movement to provide dignified work has great consonance with Catholic social teaching.

The Monastic Way of Work

A more balanced life between spirit and sweat.

Women Don’t Want No Stinkin’ Equality – At Least When It Comes to Work

What if most women don’t want to be working the same as men?

Hey Millennials, Can We Talk?

Sour economy. Sour marriages. Sour politics. If you’re feeling a little disaffected, my Millennial friend, we get it. But let’s talk about why your life is still a great adventure.

Gallup: Unemployment Considered by Many to Be America’s Top Problem

Weak economy a key factor in persistent employment malaise.

Diminishing Workforce Projected as a Long-Term Result of Obamacare

According to the report, Obamacare will push approximately 2 million workers out of the labor market by 2017.

US Jobs Grow Slower than Expected in December as Work Force Declines

Economists cite unusual causes to this latest slump, but the less-than-ideal situation still presents an ongoing challenge for public officials.

The Mysterious Fence-Sitters of Gen X

It’s eerie, actually. There's an entire generation of people who adamantly refuse to commit to, well, anything.

The Vanity of Productivity

The only goal worth working toward, either in your own life or in the service of others, is the ability to enjoy good things.

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