The Medical Bubble Keeps Inflating

There have been many different thousands of businesses that have shut down in the United States since the height of the virus pandemic last year. Restaurants, general goods stores, smaller retailers, and all manner of self-owned constructi...

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September: Make or Break Economic Month

Every month is an important month for the American economy. It's a huge, multifaceted machine with countless moving parts. The economy isn't just the products and freight that ship and the businesses that remain open, but also the peo...

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Remote Jobs In Demand During New Pandemic Surge

Two weeks to flatten the curve. Just another month of lock-downs. Just keep your masks on and it'll be fine. Okay, as soon as the vaccines are released, everything will go back to normal. No, wait, everyone needs mandatory vac...

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Your Professional Bio Should Make You Shine. Here's How to Write It

It can be awkward to try to write your own professional bio. How do you sell yourself while still remaining humble and authentic? And how do you fit so much important information about your personal history...

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The Mandatory Vaccinate Debate for Employment Heats Up

The Mandatory Vaccinate Debate for Employment Heats Up The entire COVID situation has been very confusing for many Americans. Generally speaking, most Americans paid attention to what was happening and tried to do what ...

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Hiring the right employees is one of the most challenging tasks of operating a business. Getting the right team that will deliver your desired results...

It is also advisable to examine all applicants properly to choose the ones that will fit into your company culture, upho...

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The Robotic Future of Employment

There are a whole lot of things that many people are worried about happening in the future. Some are credible threats, while others are mostly media hype. Global warming, an economic crash, running out of fossil fuels, a new Covid variant; o...

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Best Summer for Teen Jobs in 68 Years

The economy of America is often a mess and certainly another polarizing area of life for its citizens. Since the mid 1950s, when the minimum wage really started to take off all across America, the idea of the "teen job" started to die o...

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Is Your Teen Enjoying the Booming Job Market? How They Can Maximize Earnings

Teenagers across the nation are enjoying a booming job market for their demographic. According to recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for teenagers between the ag...

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Michigan Town to Get New Auto Plant, 100 Jobs

Three Rivers is a city in Southwest Michigan, whose township seat bears the same name, and they have been known for being among the last holdouts of the auto industry's desertion some many years ago. American Axle & Manufacturin...

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