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Wed. Morning Zone: Micah, Supreme Court on Obamacare and The State Economy

Today on The Morning Zone, our guests will be:

7:07AM MDT: Micah Halpern, our expert middle eastern analyst and commentator. Micah will update us on the latest happenings with Syria and Iran. Syria has apparently accepted a ceasefire

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Guess What? Working More Than 40 Hours a Week Is a Waste of Time

Here’s something that you are going to very tempted to tell your boss. According to 150 years of studies — yes, 150 — on productivity, having employees work more than 40 hours a week does more harm than good to the bottom line.

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What Are the Best Jobs for Young People?

If you’re between 16 and 24 and looking for work with flexible hours, decent pay and job security, you may want to consider donning a white lab coat. In a new ranking, many of the top 15 best jobs for young people were in health care.

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Is Luck a Factor in Your Career? — Survey of the Day

As we approach St. Patrick’s Day, it’s a good time to think about how luck affects our lives.

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Many Wyoming Households Not Ready For A Rainyday

About 21-percent of Wyoming households are not prepared to weather a storm financially if unexpected big bills pop up.

The nonprofit Corporation for Enterprise Development has issued a report showing that Wyomingites make about seven thousand dollars less per year than the average American worker, and carry an average credit card debt of 76-hundred dollars

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Is the Economy Getting Better? – Survey of the Day

Over the last few months, there has been some data that suggests the sluggish economy could be improving. Mainly, the unemployment rate, which has dropped to 8.3 percent after reaching a 26-year high of 10 percent in late 2009. However, according to a new survey from Poll Postion, the public is split on whether America is entering into a period of economic recovery.

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Why Do Women Perform Better Than Men in Job Interviews?

Jobs interviews are stressful for everyone, but a new study reveals that while women are generally more on edge before meeting with a prospective employer, their interviews went better than those of their male counterparts — mainly because the ladies coped with the stress better.

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Watchog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
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Today’s Morning Zone:The Economy and Parent Leadership

Today on The Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Our Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski, guests to update us the latest in the economy. What's the real outlook for 2012?

7:37AM MST:  Philip Cioppa, joins us. Phil is the Managing Principal and Chief Investme

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SUICIDE OF A SUPERPOWER: CULTURE WARS WITHIN AMERICA On The Morning Zone

by Frosty Wooldridge

(Frosty guests at 7:07AM MST today on The Morning Zone on KGAB)

Suicide of a Superpower by Pat Buchanan

A book review: Part 5

Have you noticed more and more languages being spoken across America rather than English?   Have you noticed that meats at the supermarket must be stamped “Hilal” for Muslim consumption?  Have you noticed cab drivers with turbans? Have you noticed that Christmas, Easter and now Halloween, once powerful traditions of American life, have been changed so as to not offend immigrants?

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Bank of America to Cut 30,000 Jobs As Part of $5 Billion Reductions

On Monday, Bank of America announced that part of its plan to cut $5 billion in spending by 2014 includes the elimination of 30,000 jobs.

CEO Brian Moynihan made no mention of layoffs during an investor conference, and the bank says it expects the job losses to occur naturally through attrition and not rehiring when people vacate their positions.

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