By Sandy Rodriguez |Staff Writer| Restaurant industry jobs seem to be the top employment industries for students because of the large range of said establishments around college campuses and the flexible hours. Life is expensive, more so for students who have to buy textbooks, parking permits, and all those energy drinks to stay up for all-nighters. We all need money, and those of us who lack a strong financial support from our families have to find jobs in order to make ends meet. Chemistry major and Amazon employee, Alex Guerrero said there aren’t enough hours in a day. Guerrero said he gets paid $12.50 an hour, $3.50 above minimum wage in California. This may … [Read more...] about Full-Time Student. Part-Time Employee.
Mariela Limon |Staff Writer| The nation will be hit with $85 billion of automatic spending cuts beginning March 1, threatening jobs and funding nationwide, unless Congress agrees on a resolution plan to avoid cuts. According to a White House blog, “Congress passed a law saying that if they couldn’t agree on a plan to reduce our deficit by $4 trillion – including the $2.5 trillion in deficit reduction lawmakers in both parties have already accomplished over the last few years – about $1 trillion in automatic, arbitrary cuts would start to take effect this year.” If no action is taken, the proposed cuts will affect domestic and defense spending. White House officials released a … [Read more...] about Budget cuts aim to take $85 billion out of circulation