ZNZ one and ZNZ Big Cash Review

ZNZ One and ZNZ Big Cash Review!

After using this program for a few months now. I can honestly say that its been a great experience and worth the effort. ZNZ One is truly legit and it pays like it says. If you get a referral you get paid for that referral that day via PayPal or Payza.

ZNZ BREAKDOWN:

ZNZ ONE is the BEST online referral programs on the internet! It takes only two seconds to join! You don’t need ANY Internet experience to make money with ZNZ. If you can read emails or surf the Internet you can do this!

The layout of the site is pretty basic. You can navigate through the site’s offers fairly easy. The only con you could say is the FREE offers. This changes from time to time for whatever reason. They require you to complete 1.00 credits before you can make money by referring other people. The main reason is to prevent these really smart people from signing up for multiple accounts.
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How difficult is the 1.00 credit offer and is it FREE?

There is normally 3-7 completely FREE offers. Usually you can join a free offer like FreeCreditReport.com (Free Trial) or applying for a credit card ect. You DO NOT have to buy anything unless you want to. Just make sure you cancel before the trial period is over so you don’t get charged! I was in such a rush to make money with ZNZ that I just went ahead and joined GameFly.com’s offer which was like $4.95 but got the credit immediately! Why did I do that? Certain offers will get you the 1.00 credit immediately so can start making money instantly! However, there are some offers you might have to wait a day or two after joining them! Anyway, I think mine has proven to be a great investment because I made about $90 about 24 hours later and more after that. Keep in mind, that you only need to complete that 1.00 credit offer, you do not have do anything else with the site again period!

Unlike some of these marketers who always promise ridiculous earnings like becoming a millionaire, I won’t do that! However, I will say that if you apply yourself to the simple strengths of this EASY program, you can make anywhere from $100-$400 each day!

How much is a referral?

You can earn $20 per referral with ZNZ ONE or $60-80 per referral for ZNZ Big Cash. All of your referrals go straight to your PayPal account or Payza account unless you request regular checks. Keep in mind, in order for you to get credit for a referral, a person must complete the 1.00 credit offer like you did. It’s a fairly simple program once you actually get everything setup!

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Fast-food workers stage protests for higher wages

Paul Davidson, USA TODAY

(Photo: STAN HONDA AFP/Getty Images)
A recent wave of strikes by fast-food employees in four cities is expected to spread to Milwaukee Wednesday as demands for higher pay shake up an industry previously insulated from worker unrest.

Front-line, limited-service restaurant workers, a category that includes fast-food employees, earned a nationwide average $9.05 an hour in March, up 2.7% the past three years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. By contrast, the pay of all private-sector non-management employees is up 5.7% in that period.

Adjusting for inflation, fast-food wages have fallen 36 cents an hour since 2010, even as the industry has raked in record profits.

Saying they can’t live on such meager pay, the workers are demanding $15 an hour and the right to form unions without fear of reprisal. Although all U.S. workers legally have that freedom, many who try to organize are fired or punished with reduced hours, says Dorian Warren, an associate professor of political science and public affairs at Columbia University.

Some restaurants have said they’ll trim the hours of employees this year to get below the 30-hour threshold that will make them pay health insurance, starting next January, under the new health law

Until recently, there had been no efforts to unionize fast-food employees because the industry has been beset by high turnover and largely populated by teens and young adults working in part-time or seasonal jobs. The recession and sluggish recovery, however, has given rise to a new class of adult fast-food worker who can’t find other employment.

“It’s a job for adults supporting families,” says Tsedeye Gebreselassie, staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project.

The ranks of limited-service restaurant workers have increased 11.5% to 3.8 million since the job market hit bottom in February 2010, nearly twice the rate of all private employees.

Since early April, fast-food workers in New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Detroit have staged one-day walkouts and rallies. In Milwaukee,180 workers at outlets such as McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell and KFC are expected to walk off the job.

“We’re inspired by what’s happening in other cities,” says Jennifer Epps-Addison, an official at Citizen Action of Wisconsin, one of the groups coordinating the protest, which unlike the others, will include some retail workers.

Milwaukee Burger King employee Tessie Harrell says she earned the state minimum wage of $7.25 an hour from 2008 through 2012, even after she was promoted to shift supervisor in 2011. Last year, she got a raise to $8.25 an hour. But she says that’s not enough to pay the $650 monthly rent on her two-bedroom apartment and support her six children.

“I can’t afford to buy my kids shoes,” says Harrell, 34, who gets food stamps and $150 a month from her mother. “There’s no way I should be struggling to make ends meet.”

In a statement, Burger King said its restaurants “have provided an entry point into the workforce for millions of Americans,” including many franchisees. Burger King and McDonald’s say their wages are in line with the rest of the fast-food industry.

Job actions in other cities already have made an impact. In New York, half the 70 restaurants affected by walkouts in November and early April have boosted wages from 25 cents to up to $2 an hour, says Jonathan Westin, head of New York Communities for Change.

In St. Louis, local clergy accompanied striking workers back to their jobs last week to ensure they wouldn’t be fired, says Martin Rafanan, head of the local workers’ campaign, “St. Louis Can’t Survive on $7.35.”

Workers, he says, have begun to feel empowered. “We are much stronger,” he says.

Original Post:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/05/14/food-workers-strikes/2159047/

P.S. I posted this article because I found it interesting how low the minimum wage is after all these years. I am not a person who has a political agenda or anything like that. I just think if workers especially adults who have been working at these places for years deserve something that can pay real bills. That’s one of the reasons I personally decided to work online years ago. I did not want to work hard to go to college and still barely make an income to pay rent and food. Anyway, I hope the workers who have worked for years get the rate increase because they truly deserve it!

Online job vacancies reverse fall

By LAURA WALTERS

Things are looking better on the jobs front with online job vacancies rising more than 6 per cent in April, reversing a fall in March.

The latest seasonally adjusted results released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment show all online job vacancies increased by 6.5 per cent last month while skilled vacancies lifted 5.4 per cent. That followed a 1.2 per cent decrease in all online jobs vacancies in March.

MBIE said it focuses on the trend rather than month-to-month variances, and the trend has shown online vacancies to have been flat over the last year.

However, job vacancies are a lead indicator of employment growth, and this increase is consistent with Statistics NZ’s recent Household Labour Force Survey which showed the strongest quarterly growth in actual hours worked since 1994, it said.

MBIE expects to get a clearer idea of whether the trend is changing over the coming months.

The April increase was shared across most industry groups when it came to skilled vacancies.Overall, the sales,
retail, marketing and advertising industry had one of the largest monthly rises of 14 per cent, followed by hospitality and tourism, which was up 11.8 per cent, the ministry said.

The only fall was in the construction and engineering industry, which was down 4.3 per cent.

On a yearly basis, information technology was up 59.9 per cent, while sales, retail and marketing lifted 12 per cent, and construction and engineering grew 6.9 per cent.

Auckland led the increase in online job vacancies during April with a rise of 8.2 per cent, followed by Canterbury, up 6.6 per cent, and Wellington, up 3.9 per cent.

The North Island, excluding Auckland and Wellington, had an increase of 6.1 per cent and there was a more modest increase of 4.5 per cent across the South Island, excluding Canterbury.

Vacancies in Canterbury have risen 16.9 per cent during the year to April.

MBIE releases percentage increases only rather than the actual figures due to an agreement with the data providers who don’t want to give away commercially sensitive information.

- © Fairfax NZ News

Original post found here: http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/8675340/Online-job-vacancies-reverse-fall

P.S. This is shows that there are many work for home opportunities opening up for anyone willing to give it a chance!

P.S.S. “Marketing and advertising industry had one of the largest monthly rises of 14 percent”… the most money online comes from these 2 industries and should be explored by anyone looking for work online! Anyone looking for employment opportunities should not limit themselves to obvious advertising companies like Google, but should explore other ways to earn cash from advertisers. The 123 Marketing System on this blog is one of those opportunities!

Is ZNZ ONE a scam?

If you have landed on my blog this means you were probably doing a search on Google or Bing looking to find out if ZNZ ONE or ZNZ BIG CASH is a scam?

ZNZ ONE

Let me put you at ease here…the answer is no! ZNZ is truly legit! However, I am not going to pretend that there aren’t any cons to the programs. As for the pros, they pay daily and you don’t have to sell anything to make money! You can make anywhere from $20 to $1000 in a day depending on how many people you can get to join the program. The best part of ZNZ to me is you don’t have to fill out surveys or do MLM to make money! Moreover, you don’t need to create a blog, website or learn SEO! There are also systems like this blog’s one that can help generate leads for you to make cash! ZNZ is The 1 2 3 Step System we use on this blog to help people who are not internet wizards to make money online! So as you can tell my opinion on ZNZ may be a little bias but what I am saying is true. If you have done any real search on google, it’s very hard to find people speaking negative about ZNZ! The people who seem post negative stuff about ZNZ do not really understand how it works. I am not talking about people who have moved on from ZNZ because they want more leverage or bigger profits!

Now the only major con I see with ZNZ is that you have to have a credit card to get started. You are not required to buy anything but you need a card to try a trial offer to get your 1.00 credit requirement. I label this as con because most people do not want to use there credit card. That’s the only issue with getting leads with ZNZ. However, you should keep in mind that if you do you one offer you are now able to get paid $20 for each person you refer and if you join ZNZ BIG CASH, you can make $60-80 per referral So using your credit card just for a free trial to something like “gamefly.com” doesn’t sound like a big deal now does it? There is also strategies in our sytem to bring traffic to your ZNZ accounts to make you earn money. I know this sounds like its too good to be true, but for some people can really be that good. It all depends on how motivated you are to make money. It’s really that simple! If you are interested in joining ZNZ click the link below!

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Economy gains 165,000 jobs; jobless rate, 7.5%

Paul Davidson, USA TODAY10:38 a.m. EDT May 3, 2013

Employers added a better-than-expected 165,000 jobs in April,, easing concerns that payroll growth may be slipping into a sustained midyear slump.

The unemployment rate fell to 7.5% from 7.6%, the Labor Department said Friday. That’s the lowest since December 2008. It was more than enough to fire up the stock market. The Dow Jones industrial average topped 15,000 for the first time Friday morning, minutes after the Standard & Poor’s 500 index sailed past an all-time high of 1,600.

Payroll gains for February and March were revised up by a total 114,000. February’s gains were revised to 332,000 from 268,000 and March’s to 138,000 from 88,000. Monthly job growth has averaged 196,000 so far this year, vs. 183,000 for all of 2012.

April’s report exceeded economists’ median forecast of 148,000 job gains for last month.

Businesses added 176,000 jobs. Federal, state and local governments cut 11,000, likely reflecting federal deficit-cutting that recently went into effect. Professional and business services, restaurants and health care led the private-sector job gains.

Original post found here:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/05/03/april-employment-report/2131167/

P.S. I think these job numbers are showing that people can take advantage of this positive economic information by making money online!

P.S.S. Looking at these numbers you can tell that big companies are making big profits are starting to pay people huge sums of money. Join my 1 2 3 system and you can get the benefits of this system your self!

Jobs Growth Has Stalled and It’s Our Own Fault

By Matt Nesto | Breakout
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A month ago, investors let out a collective gasp when the government revealed that only 88,000 jobs had been created in March. But contrary to conventional wisdom, this awful and unexpected update on the most important aspect of our economy did not tank the markets, it sparked a rally.

Today, with stocks about 2.5% higher than they were in early April and trading at record highs, we find ourselves on the cusp of another critical payroll report. Only this time, expectations are low and falling as investors brace for disappointment.

“You still have a lot of stuff pushing down on hiring,” says John Canally, economic strategist at LPL Financial, in the attached video. “Because companies can’t grow revenues, the only way they can control costs is to not do a lot of hiring.”

As of now, consensus for Friday’s report from the Department of Labor stands at 155,000 total jobs and no change in the 7.6% unemployment rate. While today’s weaker than expected ADP/Moody’s report will surely lead to some downward revisions over the next two days, Canally doesn’t think we’ll see anything nearly as a bad as what we saw in March.

”I think in the past, people would have marked down their numbers for the jobs report a little further,” he says, adding his belief that over the past year or so the recently revised ADP report “has lost a little street cred.”

As he sees it, the April jobs data will likely be “a more status quo, 150,000 type report” that won’t be weak enough to get the Fed’s attention and prompt any action on scaling back quantitative easing.

Even so, the culprit behind the cool-down is clearly of our own making, and Canally says that while the sequestration impacts might take a small bite out of hiring, the real hit “will be seen in the hours worked, which flows into incomes, which of course flows into consumer spending.”

That is certainly not a good trend, but it is one that he believes will stabilize and correct itself in the months to come. What is harder to gauge, however, is how investors will react during the transition given the fact that stocks are at record highs and 10-year Treasury yields are approaching record lows.

Original post found here:
http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/breakout/jobs-growth-stalled-own-fault-112749921.html?vp=1

P.S. If you are tired of waiting to find a job on the street, check out the system I found that has helped me. It’s all over my blog!

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