The Daily Read – May 3, 2011

By Erica Varlese

The cost of living in New York has risen by 14 percent just last year.

The community organization, Make the Road New York, organized a protest against Sea Town and Fish Market in Brooklyn after learning that they owe a former worker over $600 in back wages. 

Globalization and offshoring are affecting the current market for unemployed job seekers.

Apparently more Americans prefer taxing individuals to corporations when it comes to lowering the deficit.

OSHA has cited 20 alleged violations at a Renaissance Equity Holdings apartment complex in Flatbush Gardens. Workers at the apartment complex were allegedly exposed to raw sewage and asbestos.

April 18, 2011

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