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The deadline to file taxes is next month, and for more than 10 million people getting unemployment benefits, there are some things to know.
Poppy Harlow, anchor for CNNMoney.com
The new year isn't only looking brighter from increased daylight, but the slowly recovering economy is also yielding a growing number of area jobs.
Two days before Christmas, Richard, Susan, and their two-year-old daughter Zoe were moving into an 'Operation Homefront Village,' a set of apartments at the Crossings at Washingtonian Center in Gaithersburg.
For many people, the perfect Christmas gift this year would be a job. And there are some encouraging signs for job hunters around the D.C. area.
A graphic from the New York Times shows how the employed and unemployed spend their days.
This may not be solace to you if you are out of work, but the D.C. area continues to do better with employment than most of the country and one local county is promoting that heavily.
Frederick County's unemployment rate is usually better than Maryland's and the nation's, according to local economic development and business staffing sources.
Rising unemployment has left Americans with more spare time.
With high unemployment rates, the competition for teenagers trying to find summer jobs on Delaware's beaches is stiffer than ever.