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The Daily Read – May 30, 2011

By Erica Varlese

Two unions are grappling over jobs at a new Qatar Airlines gate at JFK International.

The New York Daily News states that poor business practices, not unions, are the problem in the construction sector.

Large companies are hiring skilled young workers as they prepare for a flux in retirements.

The New York Times discusses whether or not the high unemployment rate for recent graduates is due to generational “laziness.”

School closings lead to conflicts between charter school parents, the teacher’s union, and the NAACP.

General Electric is beginning a multi year pollutant cleanup on the Hudson.

Supporters of the Real Rent Reform Campaign are setting up tent cities to show what will happen if legislation regarding rent control and stabilization is lost.

May 20, 2011

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