What Happened to the Employees Who Quit?

Many Americans are shocked to learn that over 9 million employed people quit their jobs of their own volition throughout 2021, meaning that they walked away and did not get fired. For many of these Americans who quit, they had just...

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2022 Is A Year For New Careers And Remote Work Is Where It's At

Switching careers is a pretty common thing nowadays; long gone are the days where most employees would spend their entire working lives at a singular company. With lack of job satisfaction being at an all-time h...

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Feel Like Your Career Has Flatlined? Here Are 7 Ways To Change That

The intense impact of the Great Resignation has left businesses scratching their heads as how to compete in the new labor market, but it's also caused millions of workers unsatisfied with their career prospe...

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If You Want to Work Remotely, Check Out These Tips From a Remote CEO

For many people, the ability to work from home is a dream come true. You get to cut back on commute time, work in your pajamas, and enjoy a more comfortable environment. However, finding a job that lets you...

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Looking to Advance Your Career in 2022? Read These Strategies to Get Started

While many people focus on health and fitness goals for their New Year's resolutions, other career-oriented individuals use this fresh start to dive into their work. Career advancement is a New Yea...

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Having Trouble Staying Focused When Working From Home? Read This Now

Just when it seemed as if things were finally getting back to normal in the workplace, the rapid surge of the Omicron variant has sent many workers back to their home office. This may be a challenge for so...

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Employers are Paying More, But is it Enough?

For many decades now in America, different politicians and a huge portion of the populous have been asking for higher wages from companies. Especially when it comes to multi-billion-dollar corporations like Walmart, Target and Am...

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What Might Have Taken You So Long to Get a Job? Find Out

Most students yearn for the day they will complete their studies to start searching for a job. They believe that they will get employment immediately after graduation to start earning. Unfortunately, that is not always...

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Have You Just Received a Job Offer? Here's How To Choose the Best Benefits Package

The job market is very competitive. It takes several months or even years to get employment in some cases. Therefore, beating other candidates in an interview is a significant achievement. The...

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Starting a Business in a Post-COVID World as a Career

All kinds of people have all sorts of things that they want to do as a career. When little kids are asked in school what they would like to be when they grow up, the answers seem to be more than mere jobs. They seem to b...

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Looking for Some Extra Money on the Side? Can't Go Wrong with These Gigs!

In the COVID-19 economy, gig work has been getting continually more popular. The flexibility combined with earnings potential draws people of all ages and abilities. Many people will give the suggesti...

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Are Work from Home Jobs Worth It?

During the height of the global pandemic, as it pertained to America, roughly 30 million Americans lost their jobs. This was a combination of people getting sick and not being able to work, along with the American government declaring that ...

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Score a New Job Offer? How to Firmly Yet Politely Negotiate the Salary

The battle is only half over once you score that job offer. Now comes the delicate part of negotiating the salary. This process can often be arduous and sensitive, making it challenging for some people. ...

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Grossly Misleading Unemployment Claims Information

For more than a year in America, around half the economy was driven entirely by unemployment benefits provided by the government. The state�s benefit, on top of the federal government�s supplement, was said to be around...

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College or Trade School for a Career?

In the United States, there are over 30 million people who are very frustrated with their college debt. This is not only because they owe money on student loans that they may never pay off, but it's also because many of these people wen...

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Freelancing Might Be The Future: Here's How To Get Started

Change is the only real constant in the world and while it used to be that having a consistent 9 to 5 job for decades was the norm, it appears freelancing is the wave of the future. With the internet at their dispo...

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Have You Started Losing Interest With Your Job? Read Through to Know the Measures to Take

If you always feel annoyed when you hear the sound of the alarm in the morning because you dread going to work, or you take too much time to complete your projects, it might be signs of...

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The Future of Remote Working after the Pandemic

When COVID-19 struck, companies had to find ways of continuing their operations even after governments announced different measures to curb its spread. One of the changes that they adopted was remote working. Organizations had ...

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Fuzzy Job Math Works in Biden's Favor

After the first week of every month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) releases their monthly Jobs Report for the previous month. For the longest time in the USA, nobody really cared what this report had to say. Yes, we know, sometim...

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Dealing With a Loss of Income Due to COVID-19? How to Make it Through

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant loss of job income for many Americans. Between hours being cut, companies putting employees on furlough, or workers being forced to take unpaid leave...

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Your employer has the responsibility of ensuring that you're always safe when working. However, you also have to look after your body at work to preve...

Besides, you might suffer permanent injuries or even lose your life, depending on the severity of your injuries. Therefo...

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It might take time to find a job. However, when you find one, your life will have a positive change. For example, you will have a regular paycheck, an...

Sign a Contract before You Start Working You can protect yourself as a worker is by signing a contract before you start ...

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Lack of Engineering Education Means Lack of Jobs

With or without a global pandemic, jobs in America fluctuate. Industries fall in and out of popularity. Employment rates bounce up and down. It's a constant ebb and flow based on myriad factors, many of which are out of the c...

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Work-related injuries can significantly lower your employees' productivity. For example, injuries caused by pulling, pushing, and carrying heavy equip...

That is why it is advisable to put measures in place to help improve workers' safety. Start by identifying the leading c...

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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 industrys desertion some many years ago. American Axle & Manufacturin...

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Unique and Surprising Jobs that Are Growing in 2021 and Beyond

Traditional jobsaccountants, lawyers, doctorsare sure to stay around, but if you are in search of a unique job or career path, keep on reading. Below are some of the most unique, outstanding, and potentially l...

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CBS Supports Growing Unemployment Rate

Mainstream media, as in NBC, ABC, Fox, CNN, and CBS, are all failing on television, with abysmal ratings that plummet more every month. Print media isn't doing much better, with publications like the New York Times and the Washington P...

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A warning is a written or verbal message from your boss expressing their dissatisfaction with your work or conduct in the office. It is meant to give ...

A warning might leave you wondering what to do next, especially if it's your first time to receive it. When this happens...

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Losing your job is one of the most unfortunate events in life. However, it should not be the end of life because even some of the most successful peop...

The hardest part of accepting your dismissal is to know that you did nothing wrong. You might have asked a challenging q...

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Employees have different ways of suggesting that they are about to fire you. They might try to avoid you, allocate your work to someone else, or might...

When you notice them, it might be time to start planning your exit before receiving the termination letter. However, bef...

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What to Know About Employee Benefits When Searching for a New Job

American business is in the midst of a hiring frenzy. After the severe economic downturn due to the COVID-19 pandemic, business is booming again in most sectors. This means that many Americans are on the hunt...

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Low-Wage Jobs Deterring the Labor Market

The United States of America is facing a problem now that is has never faced before in its history. Since 1776, when the nation was ratified, there has never been a point in time where unemployment is very high while labor shortages ...

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Congratulations on your new-found job. You must have had exemplary skills that convinced your employer that you are the best candidate for the vacant ...

If you're passionate, principled, and you apply the following tips, you might be lucky enough to get a promotion the nex...

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The job market is very competitive. Without experience, searching for a job can be challenging, especially if you are a first-time applicant or want t...

As long as you have the necessary skills, apply for the following jobs and start earning your salary as you gain the exp...

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New York's Easing of Covid Restrictions Sees Small Job Boom

New York's Easing of Covid Restrictions Sees Small Job Boom New York was the epicenter of the planet for the 2020 Covid-19 virus pandemic. Although experts will state that the virus got its start in China, and the ...

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How to Improve Productivity in the Workplace

As an employer, you are already aware of the importance of boosting productivity in the workplace. For instance, to improve the overall performance of your business or organization, you need to boost the focus and dedication of yo...

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Losing a job is one of the most frustrating experiences. Moreover, if it happens unexpectedly, your contract termination might affect you psychologica...

However, if you accept reality, you will manage to move on with life faster. So, after you receive that termination lett...

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In the past year, millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to the global pandemic. If you are among the many searching for a new way to make a l...

Keep Your Skills Sharp One of the most important things to do after you survive a job loss is to ensure you keep your sk...

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Many employees demand that job applicants have several years of experience before getting employment in their firms. That is frustrating, especially i...

However, you can still get a job even if you have never worked in any other company before. Are you wondering how that i...

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After completing your studies, looking for a job is your next big plan. The process is not easy, regardless of the qualification you hold. However, if...

1. You Might Get a Job by Networking People never even know numerous job opportunities. If you don't take advantage of t...

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15 Jobs You Didn't Know You Could Do At Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that many jobs can be done at home just as well as they can be from an office. For people who dread long commutes, have to pay hundreds of dollars each month in tolls, parking fees, added mai...

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Everyone would like to work in a good company and earn good money that will enable them to live a comfortable life. However, these jobs are rare to fi...

If you don't have the qualities most employees look for when hiring workers, you'll face numerous challenges, and it mig...

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With the right qualifications, finding a job in the company of your choice is easy. However, several factors might influence your decision to accept t...

Many people only consider the size of the payslip when looking for a job. As a result, they sign job contracts that keep...

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COVID-19 Disruptions Haven't Stopped Job Searches

In a labor study of job seekers published on March 12, people seeking to change jobs reported that the pandemic had little effect on their efforts to advance their careers. The study took a look at people who said they were i...

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6 EASY AND VALUABLE STEPS THAT WILL ASSIST YOU LAND YOUR DREAM JOB

Job hunting can be overwhelming for some people, more so for those who dont have an alternative source of income. Desperation during job hunting can lead you to make some costly mistakes along the way. No ...

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Job interviews are always filled with nervous moments. If you don't know how to handle them, you might end up making a mistake that might affect the o...

However, you might not know that the way to emerge the best candidate in an interview is by overcoming your anxiety befo...

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First Monthly Jobs Report of the Biden Administration

Today, the first monthly jobs report for the first full month in which President Biden was in office will be released by the Department of Labor. Economists expect that employers will have stepped up their hiring for the ...

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Despite Soaring Sales, Best Buy Cut 5,000 Jobs

During the COVID-19 pandemic's early days, millions of American workers were sent home to do their work. Tens of millions of K-12 and college students were sent home to complete their educational year online. Those people needed...

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Ways to create more jobs in the United States

Ways to create more jobs in the United States The issue of unemployment is menacing, and many times everyone acts like it does not exist. The Senate and Congress are formulating more laws every day but haven't been able to solve...

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Wages and Jobs to Shift Wildly After Covid

Many politicians and business people and others have told us many different times that the job market is changing. Things are moving more and more digital. You cannot walk through any sort of store these days without finding proof ...

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Salaries Recover Even Though 9 Million Jobs Are Still Missing

In an employment report released on Monday, February 15, the Department of Labor announced that salaries have recovered to their February 2020 levels, but there are still 9 million fewer workers compared to the nu...

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Teenagers With Jobs Keep Their Families Financially Afloat During Pandemic

In a report released on Monday, February 15, economists in Nevada shared that an increasing share of teenagers are helping keep their families financially afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many kid...

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The COVID-19 Pandemic Forced Millions of Women Out of Work

COVID-19 was declared to be a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 13, 2020. Not long after the declaration, cities and states started shutting down entire segments of their economies. Childcare centers...

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Biden Allows Americans to Refuse Work and Remain on Unemployment Benefits

President Joe Biden made an unexpected move on Friday for job seekers on unemployment benefits. He signed comprehensive executive actions giving more rights to American workers. Workers who take a job...

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Instacart Plans to Lay Off 2,000 Workers This Month

Grocery shopping and delivery service Instacart announced on January 22 that it is going to lay off about 2,000 of its workers. This includes 10 workers who recently joined the United Food and Commercial Workers Local Union...

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Top-paying Remote Jobs and How to Get Them

On Thursday, January 14, the Department of Labor released updated employment numbers. Another 965,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the past seven days. This may be due to the seasonal holiday jobs ending at many reta...

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For a Successful Presidency, Biden Must Create a Behemoth of American Jobs

The soon-to-be-president has a tall order before him — replacing the $10M jobs lost for the new economy and creating opportunities for the next generation of American workers. The United States ...

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Full Employment & Jobs Creation Under Trump is the Worse in Almost 100 Years

Full Employment & Jobs Creation Under Trump is the Worse in Almost 100 Years President Trump once said he would be “the greatest jobs president that God ever created.” This is in stark contra...

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What Economists Think the Jobs Market Will Be Like in 2030

Although most economists didn't imagine the economic devastation brought upon the world by the COVID-19 pandemic, public health professionals weren't at all surprised about the wide-ranging effects of its worldwide s...

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Fastest-growing and Highest-paying Jobs for 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way most people lived and worked in 2020. A lot of jobs soared in demand as employers tried to meet changing needs triggered by the pandemic. At the same time, other jobs disappeared, and ...

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Best Job Roles for Gig Workers and Freelancers in 2021

The American economy lost more than 22 million jobs at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although it regained about 12 million jobs, that leaves 10 million fewer jobs now than the United States had one year ago. In...

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Japanese Flight Attendants Taking on New Roles

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't just caused mass unemployment in the United States. It's affected countries around the world. One of the hardest-hit industries is travel and tourism. With lockdowns, quarantines and closures, fewer ...

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Record-high Number of Workers Died on the Job in 2019

On December 25, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report about on-the-job accidents in the United States in 2019. Last year was the deadliest year in more than 12 years, reported the agency in its annual statement...

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Looking to Improve Your Professional Life? Try These New Year's Resolutions

'Tis the season to make New Year's resolutions. If you are trying to decide what resolutions may be the most beneficial to you in 2021, consider adding some goals designed to improve your profession...

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Seasonal Hiring Increases in Atlanta, But Unemployment Increased

The holiday season is usually a busy time of the year for workers. In most areas of the United States, unemployment drops during the holiday season. That's because so many retailers hire temporary full- and par...

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Proposed COVID-19 Stimulus Package Could Deliver Big Relief to Workers

After months of roadblocks on both sides of the political aisle, lawmakers are finally honing in on the details of a proposed COVID-19 relief package. The bill is expected to head to Congress before lawm...

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State of Ohio Posts Jobs With No Benefits

In this time of high unemployment and economic uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state of Ohio has been encouraging people to look at its Ohio Means Jobs website. The Lieutenant Governor has been promoting the site, s...

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Unemployment Is on the Rise Again

The Bureau of Labor announced updated unemployment numbers on December 16, and the news isn't good. The number of new claims rose again, leading many people to wonder when the lost jobs will actually return to the company. The holiday season...

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Looking For a New Job After Unemployment? Look For These Red Flags!

If you're searching for work now, you're not alone. Millions of Americans are looking to return to their jobs after being furloughed and laid off. Especially with even the less generous provisions of the CA...

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High Jobless Numbers Persist in Ohio's Rural, Suburban Communities

The unemployment rate in Fairfield County, OH, dropped to 4.3% in October. Its high was 14% in April 2020. Corey Clark, who is the County Chief Deputy Director of Workforce Development says that this is a dyn...

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'Tis the Season for Seasonal Jobs. What to Know Before You Accept a Position

There is no better time to earn some quick cash than during the holidays. A plethora of seasonal job options makes it easy to take on a position for the short-term without feeling the pressure to m...

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Thinking About Getting a Seasonal Job? Learn How COVID-19 Might Affect Them

Seasonal jobs around the holidays are often viewed as a simple and convenient way of collecting some extra funds. With many households struggling right now, plenty of people are hoping to get a seaso...

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Graduating from College During a Pandemic? How to Land That Perfect Job

It is daunting enough to graduate from college and know that you have a job search waiting for you. Complicating this task even further is the sad truth that now you have to find this job during a globa...

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Reshaping the Job Market

The recession triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic is causing a huge overhaul of the American workforce. Jobs have been permanently lost at an extraordinary rate. Millions of Americans will have to find employment in a comp...

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NBC News Claims Trump Failed on Jobs

According to NBC News, President Trump's "jobs record is not what he thinks he [sic] it is." They're so anxious to get an anti-Trump headline out that they're not even proof-reading their headlines or prose. That isn't pro-Trump; that's ...

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Job Openings Entering the Flu Season of the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic

If you're one of the 898,000 people in the United States who filed a new claim for unemployment during the week ending October 10, 2020 or one of the 10 million already unemployed, Amazon warehouse and online...

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THIS Job Sector Lost 100,000 Jobs During COVID and Most Aren't Returning

For many decades, the oil and gas industries were some of the most reliable in the world. They employed people at all education levels and offered stable jobs for entire towns. However, as newer, more s...

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Mass Layoffs Continue to Plague an Economy Struggling to Recover

It was not a pretty week when it comes to layoffs. Several of the country's top business organizations announced mass layoffs as leaders struggle to keep finances afloat during this unprecedented economic clim...

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Proposes 401(k) Tax Overhaul

Lost in all of the more controversial political news has been the unveiling of Democratic candidate Joe Biden's 401(k) tax break policy. The former vice president recently unveiled his plans to overhau...

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic May End Up Changing the Job Market Forever

A lot of research on the COVID-19 job market is focusing on how the virus is putting hourly hospitality workers out of work. However, it turns out that there are also some broader, more long lasting changes...

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These Are the Best Jobs to Have If You Want to Work Remotely

Remote jobs are on the rise thanks to the pandemic. The ability to work remotely makes it easier for people to live where they want, make time for childcare, and avoid getting sick. Not every job can be done remot...

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Trump Cannot Create Jobs: Let the Election Smears Begin

America is a nation that has long been politically polarized. While mainstream media likes to pretend this is a very recent phenomenon with Americans, you can look back to George Washington's presidency to find the pol...

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Women Lost the Most Jobs but Rebounded Faster

Women Lost the Most Jobs but Rebounded Faster Under the first three years of Donald Trump's presidency, more women than ever before in American history were part of the workforce. More women were managers, CEOs and owners of the...

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Good News, Bad News for Job Market

When the novel coronavirus turned into a full blown pandemic over eight months ago now, America started suffering job losses that have never been seen before. Even during the Great Depression of last century, more Americans kept their jobs...

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Why Working Moms Are Leaving Their Jobs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

For decades, the percentage of moms who have children under the age of 18 and work outside of the home has risen or remained steady. In 2019, 72.3% of moms who have children under the age of 18 worked at le...

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AutoZone Leads the Way in New Hires

April, 2020 was the worst month in American history in terms of lost jobs. Nearly 21 million jobs were lost in one single month, due to the various state shut downs to help curb the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. While America’s eco...

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These Parts of the Economy Are Recovering the Fastest

More than 30 million adults lost their jobs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each week, more than 1 million people are filing new jobless claims. However, some industries are enjoying a faster recovery than others. R...

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Have You Looked Outside Your Expertise for Employment in 2020?

If you’ve been unemployed for months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, your county economic development office, your local workforce development office, and your local community college can help you get back to wor...

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Workforce Development Career Paths for the Fourth Quarter of 2020

If you’re unemployed and your benefits are about to decrease or you fear eviction and wonder what’s next, try a new career path available from those working at home. The office is closed for the safety of ...

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These Are the Most In-demand Jobs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

You've probably seen the terrible news about the staggering 30 million Americans who've lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The industries with the biggest COVID-19 related job losses include resta...

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How to Recover From a Job Loss Due to COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted virtually every aspect of life today. In addition to the health burden, the economy has suffered a significant hit, causing millions of businesses to either shut down or operate under a reduced capacity. A...

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