Stay ahead of the great talent migration

July 20, 2021 – America’s workforce is changing rapidly thanks to job mobility, an ever-tight labor market and technological advancements. This metamorphosis has been underway for years, according to a new report from Accur Recruiting Services, and the COVID-19 pandemic has simply accelerated the shift to self-employment from location and …

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Lessons Learned for Saving Money During Lockdown

Last year, more than 4.4 million Australians claimed a homework deduction upon their return, up from 3.1 million the year before. Finally, switch to a cheaper electricity supplier if you haven’t done so for over a year. Plans available now are up to $ 200 cheaper per year than they …

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BJ’s new store in Seabrook, NH obstructs traffic on Route 1, but mailmen no longer

SEABROOK – Traffic complaints on Route 1 following the opening of BJ’s Wholesale Club On the weekend of July 4, some city officials worried about future plans for the land remaining in development. At the July 12 board meeting, Selectman Aboul Khan said the previous weekend that he had heard …

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S’pore Returns to Phase 2: What to Know About Tightening Covid-19 Rules From July 22, Health News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – From Thursday July 22 to August 18, Singapore will return to phase two (heightened alert), with more stringent measures in place to curb the worsening of the Covid-19 situation. The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Tuesday that the new measures would replace those previously announced on July …

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Endemic violence could impact tourism in Washington, experts say

Endemic violence in Washington has an impact on tourism Recent and high-profile examples of violent crime have propelled Washington DC into the national limelight. So much so that tourism experts have said it could cost the nation’s capital some of the visitors who focused on the yard. WASHINGTON (FOX 5 …

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Traveling to the United States could be easier

US President Joe Biden hinted at a White House meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel late last week that he may lift travel restrictions from Europe for the foreseeable future. He was pressured by Merkel when they spoke about reopening transcontinental travel across the Atlantic, and vowed to wait for …

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Repairing Potholes Shouldn’t Cost Seniors More at the Drugstore Counter | Business

WASHINGTON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 19, 2021– the Chronic Disease Partnership (PFCD) issued the following statement in response to news that Congress may increase costs for Medicare beneficiaries to pay for an infrastructure proposal: “Modernizing America’s infrastructure is a necessary and important effort, but should not be undertaken at …

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Highway Workers Memorial to debut at Great New York State Fair in 2021

An artistic representation of the Highway Workers Memorial, courtesy of the Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. Mon Jul 19, 2021 2:50 PM Honoring Workers Who Lost Their Lives by Protecting the Public While Maintaining a Safe Road System in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced that a new …

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More tourists heading to the Balearics

Spain received more than 2.3 million passengers international airports in June, down 75.8% from the same period in 2019, but it is the best figure since the start of the pandemic. The Balearic Islands received 664,013 international visitors in June, or 28.4% of the national quota, according to Turespaña. “The …

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The successes of the week in terms of sustainable development

As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly roundup of five of the week’s best sustainability success stories from around the world. Published weekly, this series shows how businesses and sustainability professionals are working to achieve their “Mission Possible” through the campaign’s five key pillars: energy, …

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