While the influx of refugees to Europe and the U.S. is generally portrayed as a crisis, immigrants also bring many benefits as they settle down in new places and start their lives anew.
Act Out! [146-p2] - Puerto Rico Part Two: Road Blocks to Recovery, Those Clearing a Path & Lessons to Learn
This week on Act Out! Special part two episode about Puerto Rico.
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This week on Act Out! A special two-part episode all on Puerto Rico.
A growing movement to take pension money out of hedge funds is part of a larger effort to wrest control of the economy away from the financiers who’ve created a system that works only for the super-rich.
According to financiers, the only way out of the island's economic mess is to eliminate the minimum wage, sell off public assets, lay off teachers, shutter schools, cut workers’ vacation and benefits, and raise sales taxes.
Last year, the top 25 hedge fund managers took home, on average, almost $1 billion each – and even run-of-the-mill portfolio managers at large hedge funds averaged $2.2 million each.