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UCP Oregon 081218
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN CUSHMAN AND GAVIN JOHNSON WITH UCP OREGON ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO ASSISTING PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
starting with a personal wants to work. And I don't and the unemployment rate firfer disabilities and people into space is green is pretty high and honor the memory of coming head. But I'm playing I
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM TEESDALE, VP OF MARKETING FOR ILANI ABOUT THE COWLITZ INDIAN TRIBE, HOW THEY BEGAN ILANI CASINO, AND THE IMPACT IT’S HAD ON THE TRIBE AND ECONOMY IN OUR AREA.
the if first time. I could he. The impact lies at the unemployment reporting. For Clark County the month if we open and not unemployment dropped here. To a twenty year low. Q. A pretty penny that we haven't seen and believe 1990. It's amazing to see
St Vincent DePaul 041518
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN FERSCHWEILER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DEPAUL, PORTLAND COUNCIL, ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO PEOPLE WHO NEED ASSISTANCE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
More so tied the silent issue is the is Iran and the unemployment stands see you would think there's a lot of people out there who were enjoying you know on an enjoin employment and so we shouldn't have this issue but. Lined a single mothers with children I think something's just don't change. You know. As I said the and the demographics. Of them are all across the board were not seen one particular. You know ethnic group for I mean it's it's everybody that's coming to see if so why is with unemployment solo wire we seen so many people and that's a great question. And the reasons I think I gave is that a
Oregon Food Bank 112617
AN INTERVIEW MYRNA JENSEN, PUBLIC RELATIONS WITH OREGON FOOD BANK, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GETTING FOOD OUT TO PEOPLE IN NEED.
Anthony. Because the wages are low felt. On you know beat the unemployment rate is down. Wayne Lee we see that but you know we have to also look deeper at those numbers to see what
Madden Industrial Military Recruiting 110517
AN INTERVIEW WITH KEN MADDEN, VP OF SALES AND MARKETING FOR MADDEN INDUSTRIAL ABOUT THEIR RECRUITING EFFORTS WITH THE MILITARY COMMUNITY AND THEIR SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY HELPLINE.
to help find them the very matched. To fit in. The U. Unemployment rid the Pacific northwest is particularly low right now isn't it. Cracked yeah that's that's very well come does that all work.
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
see. You know an event happened in a person's life like a job loss are financial struggles we think that might directly lead to their suicide but often there's. Other underlying things on that are going
Credit Unions 042317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TROY STANG, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE NORTHWEST CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION, ABOUT THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MEMBER OF A NON-PROFIT CREDIT UNION.
we certainly did see our members. Our neighbors our friends. With some unemployment . With playoffs where. Decreased hours and and as those members grosso do delinquencies and what have you on their loans. But what
Oregon Energy Fund 111316
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN ALLBRITTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR OREGON ENERGY FUND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING ENERGY ASSISTANCE IN OUR AREA AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
of the organization. So we are talking about the economy earlier. And unemployment . Unemployment is down overall and what it was yeah 2008 with the recession. But so much of that it down that their numbers
Vigilant Shield Foundation 041016
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE THOMPSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH VIGILANT SHIELD FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING VETERANS AND SMALL BUSINESS, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING AUCTION.
veterans are gonna hire other veterans now the joblessness. You know hernia unemployment rate for veterans will go down. In turn deeds that are enough homelessness rates will go down. I believe that that's that's why
ARC Livible 110115
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROY SOARDS, INTERIM DIRECTOR OF THE ARC OF MULTNOMAH COUNTY AND TERRY DRAYTON, FOUND AND CEO OF LIVIBLE, ABOUT THE WORK ARC DOES FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AND HOW LIVIBLE HELPS PEOPLE TO MAKE DONATIONS TO ARC THROUGH IT’S STORAGE PLANS.
entering into with our service we provide colonel but it's employment. The unemployment rate of people with disabilities is. It's it's very very high it's it's almost certain it's it's like. 70%. Is the unemployment rates are home now that's normally if you flip it around. Four. Normal. Labor market economics. Arm that's how many people are usually working there's there's a whole lot more you know are you sure about unemployment rate the Portland metro area. I believe is around five and a half percent and and you look at the unemployment rate for people with disabilities it is. That's at least 70% so there's many many people that want to work. And the whose