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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Lose Your Job During the Pandemic? Understanding What to Do Next

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has left the economy in tatters. As the crisis continues to drag on, more and more individuals are losing their jobs. With unemployment at record highs and many states going backw...

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Enhancing Your Job Skills During COVID-19

According to job statistics by the Department of Labor, the country's unemployment rate hit as high as 15% in April this year. This implies that businesses are firing workers as a survival strategy. Chances are that you also have bee...

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4 Tips for Returning to the Office After Teleworking During COVID-19

Many American workers have been called back to the office after teleworking for months due to COVID-19. It is not always easy to go back after spending so long in a different environment. Work just feels di...

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Nearly 5 Million Jobs Added in June. Time to Celebrate? Not So Fast

According to the US Labor Department June jobs report, there were 4.8 million jobs added back to the economy during the last month. This number marks the second consecutive month of significant gains after ...

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Considering a Phased Retirement? Here is Everything That You Need to Know

The ongoing COVID-19 health crisis has done a real number on the stock market. As the markets continue to experience extreme volatility, many retirement accounts have been put in flux. This uncertaint...

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Extra Unemployment Benefits Will Expire at the End of July

The end of July has been referred to by some as the "unemployment cliff." Fiscal stimulus and aid passed by Congress have cushioned the blow of unemployment by giving people a lifeline. Specifically, Congress approve...

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Surprising Jobs Report Threatens Further Stimulus Spending

In late May, almost every expert in the world of finance and in print journalism was furiously writing a variety of essays, op-eds and articles about the looming disaster that would be revealed in June, telling the ...

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Media Targets Essential Industries for Virus Blame

Once upon a time in the United States of America, the free press, whose rights are guaranteed in the nation’s Constitution, were an honest and powerful force for good. In 2020, with hundreds of competing networks fighting...

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Thinking of Taking a Gap Year? Keep These Five Advantages in Mind

In just the matter of a few short months, the whole landscape of college education has drastically changed. The continuing COVID-19 health crisis has affected nearly all facets of life, including the college ...

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Latest May Jobs Report Stuns Economists with Good News About Unemployment

Economists were bracing for another terrible monthly jobs report when the latest figures were released on Friday. The May jobs report was expected to demonstrate another month of staggering unemployme...

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Offered a Job Buyout? When You Should Take the Money and Run

According to the latest jobs report, the unemployment rate is now at 13.3%, a strong indication that the economy is struggling to stay afloat. While there is a glimmer of hope for the jobs market as states begin t...

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How Do You Go Back to Work As 41 Million Americans Collect Unemployment?

How Do You Go Back to Work As 41 Million Americans Collect Unemployment? Returning to work as your employer reopens requires you to commute and work safely possibly with extra housekeeping duties. You ...

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Out of Work? Here is What You Can Do to Improve Your Job Prospects

The numbers are truly staggering. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 35 million Americans are now unemployed. This number equates to a mind-blowing realization that approximately one in four Amer...

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Are You a Business Leader? Here is How to Prepare Your Workplace Post-COVID

As the country begins the slow and delicate process of opening back up for business, many business leaders are grappling with how to make employees feel comfortable returning to the workplace. There...

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May Job Report Predicted to be Bad

As of May, 2020, over 30 million Americans have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic. For a lot of these unemployed people, their jobs are likely to come back once the virus scare has passed; though for many more, their jobs are...

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How to Land that Perfect Remote Job During the Current COVID-19 Pandemic

The ongoing COVID-19 health pandemic has highlighted the benefits of working from home. Those workers who were able to easily transition into a remote position are in a better place to weather this eco...

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5 Tips for Nailing the Zoom Interview

The handful of companies looking for candidates right now are certainly not bringing them into their offices for an interview these days. However, when it comes to the job search the show must go on nonetheless. Like everything else in t...

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Latest Jobs News Continues to Paint Bleak Picture as Struggles Mount

The US Federal Reserve released a new report on Thursday detailing a grim picture of the jobs situation. More than 36 million Americans filed jobless claims over the past two months. The record-breaking cl...

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April Jobs Report Paints Bleak Picture for Employment and the Economy

As expected, the latest job report is nothing to cheer about. According to the stats from the US Department of Labor, a record 20.5 million jobs were lost over the month of April alone. This equates to a ...

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30 Million Jobs Lost, and Counting

As of late April, 2020, the United States of America is looking at 30 million new unemployment claims filed since mid-March. This is an incredible number of people who have lost their jobs, for no other reason than states have deemed most ...

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How to Keep Your Career on Track During COVID-19

COVID-19 has been a massive disruption in the job market and has greatly impacted the career plans of tens of millions of Americans. You do not have to let the crisis, or even job loss, derail your career progression. You can ...

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Joblessness and Ridicule Cause Anger to Erupt

As of April 14, 2020, over 30 million Americans have found themselves unemployed in developments that only took place over the past few months. What’s so shocking for so many is that the industries haven’t failed. America’...

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Recently Lost a Job? These Industries Are Hiring As Many People As Possible

With rates of unemployment currently projected to be higher than the peak of the Great Depression, many Americans are concerned about their abilities to obtain and retain employment. Many were laid o...

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These Expensive Training Services Are FREE to Learn New Skills

Online training platforms have been used by employers for awhile as a replacement for paying in-person instructors. They usually save money and are more efficient. One common complaint about these platforms is th...

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America's Job Market Has Gone from Hot to Almost Non-Existent

America had a job market that was rife with opportunity. It seemed as though almost every sector was seeing a boom in employment. Many investors were becoming bolder as economic optimism was becoming more and more...

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Economists Warn of “Uneven” Job Recovery

The United States Congress and President Trump signed a stimulus for $2.2 trillion that was meant to spur the economy. Though what most media doesn’t tell the public is how the money is actually handled. The average person thin...

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The Gloomy Forecast of a Job Market Resurgence

Most people have moved on from the blame-game associated with Covid-19, the global pandemic that’s sweeping vigorously through over 130 nations. Barring a very small minority of people who use the occasion to blame Donald Tru...

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Out of Work Because of the Coronavirus? Check Out These In-Demand Jobs

According to the March jobs report released on Friday, the US cut 701,000 jobs while the unemployment rate jumped from 3.5% to 4.4%. It is no secret that the economy has taken a massive hit as a result o...

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Over 3 Million Americans Unemployed Due to Coronavirus

One of the scariest aspects of the Coronavirus is that we can never really tell just how prolific it is spreading. Because it can gestate and lie dormant for up to 14 days, while those infected can pass it on without ev...

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Trump Predicts a Quick Job Return

The nation is very much torn on President Donald Trump, as sides of political parties remain incredibly polarized over his term as POTUS. Though no matter where one stands on his presidency, the fact of the matter is that President Trump ha...

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These Jobs Are Now Hiring En Masse As a Result of COVID-19 Spreading

While many have lost their jobs, at least temporarily, due to the Coronavirus crisis, some businesses are becoming more profitable than ever before. Unfortunately, restaurants, bars, and the like have large...

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Has Your Job Been Impacted by COVID-19? This Information May Help

Just within the past week, almost 300,000 new unemployment claims have been submitted to various states. Since most states have some form of public unemployment insurance, this means that many people will star...

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Will 2020 Bring a Revolution in International Job-Creation?

Will 2020 Bring a Revolution in International Job-Creation? CNN Money predicts that 5 million jobs will be lost to robotics technology during 2020. Nearly 10,000 jobs in the retail industry have already been lost in...

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Some Job Markets Thrive, Others Nearly Die in Midst of COVID-19

Chances are that by now, you've heard that many employers are either offering employees the option of working from home or demanding that they work from home to combat the Coronavirus issue the nation faces righ...

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These Jobs Don't Require a Bachelor's Degree But Pay Well in 2020

A long time ago, only about seven percent of Americans attended college. Employers presumed these young people to be very intelligent and would often train them for free at the workplace. However, college admi...

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People Are Freelancing in Record Numbers: Here's Why and How You Can

Since the inception of America, the way that the majority of the populations makes enough money to live has remained pretty consistent. People make an agreement to be compensated either for the amount of ti...

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It's Becoming the Norm for Older Employees to Keep Working, But Why?

It's Becoming the Norm for Older Employees to Keep Working, But Why? With the standard age of retirement going up each year, along with standard life expectancy, many assume that people are simply working lo...

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Top Trends in the 2020 Job Market to Determine Who Sinks and Who Swims

With an ever-changing job market, one year makes a huge difference in the market. Most trends ushered in by the New Year are related to technology. Knowing and following these can help you with both your p...

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November's Jobs Report Crushes Expectations and the Stock Market Soars

In news that has sent the stock market soaring, the November jobs number has blown past expectations, and unemployment has dropped to a 50-year low. By midday, the market was up over one percent. This repr...

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Why Your Paycheck Is Growing Slowly and it Is Not a Bad Thing

The jobs report that was released by the Department of Labor on December 6 showed a blowout number of new jobs created and a falling unemployment rate. Normally, you would generally think that competition for worke...

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Take Advantage of These Awesome Gigs!

As a valued member, we are excited to bring these new gig options to you. Many people are taking advantage of gigs to supplement or be their primary income because you work your own schedule, get paid regularly, and work for yourself. T...

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9 Things Managers Do That Drive Good Employees to Quit

Anytime a good employee turns in his resignation is a sign that a company is in trouble. But too often managers are blaming everything but their own behavior for helping to drive good employees out the door. Not only is i...

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10 Data Entry Jobs That Can Be Done from Home

Data entry jobs have always been desirable, and doing them from home is an easy way to make extra money on the side or a full-time income. However, you need to be careful when signing up for an at-home position, because there are ...

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135,000 Jobs Added in September After Hurricane

According to ADP, which is a payroll processor, 135,000 jobs were added in September. Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey slowed down the hiring process. These hurricanes will likely have an effect on the hiring process for a lo...

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10 Best Jobs for People with No Degree

So you want a high paying job but do not want to stack up thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt? Look no further! Check out these 10 high paying jobs that you do not need a degree to get: 1. Postal Ser...

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