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Searching and interviewing for a new job typically comes with a certain level of angst – but if you’re searching for a job and feel unsure about how an existing disability may affect the process, the pressure rises dramatically. The good news is that many American employers actively promote jobs for people with disabilities – not only because disability inclusion is inherently fair, but a.... Read more »
The release of the Employment Situation, October 2020, has good news for all Americans as the US unemployment rate dropped to 6.9%. There was a decrease in the unemployment rate across all worker groups and a fall in the number of people temporarily laid off, but the number of permanently laid-off workers has not dropped.
With the U.S presidential elections nearing a close, one thing on every citizen’s mind is Jobs, employment, and the economy. Whoever comes into power has a massive challenge against him to get the economy and job market back on track so that the people of the country don’t face any more turmoil in these uncertain times. .... Read more »
Sally, the first hurricane to make landfall in Alabama since Hurricane Ivan in 2004, strengthened to a tropical storm after making landfall near Miami, Florida. The tropical storm slowly garnered strength until it was given Category 1 status and intensified into a Category II hurricane, on the same evening. The h.... Read more »
Ever since the economy has reopened, states have witnessed a dip in the unemployment rate and claims. According to the Labor Department's reports, the seasonally adjusted initial Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims were 860,000 in the week ending September 12, a decrease of 33,000 claims from the previous week. The 4-week moving average for the week ending September .... Read more »
Due to the devastating effects of COVID-19, the nonfarm payroll fell by 701,000 in March and, the unemployment rate spiked up to 4.4%. It is the first decline in payroll since September 2010. March saw the unemployment percentage increase by 0.9%, which is the highest over the month increase since January 1975. March also .... Read more »
With every election that takes place, thousands of Americans come out to cast their vote for the candidate of their choice. Conducting a fair election involves a lot of effort and a huge support team. The U.S Election Assistance Commission encourages people to become election workers on El.... Read more »
Employment is undoubtedly essential for meeting one's basic requirements. It promotes self-esteem, self-realization, and satisfies creative urges. Conversely, unemployment has adverse effects on mental health. Read on to know more about how unemployment and mental health are interconnected. According to statistics, the une.... Read more »
In recent times, climate change has been viewed in terms of global warming, occurring due to the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide into the air. This phenomenon will also have a deep impact on society at a micro level, which could completely alter our way of living. It can already be seen as many landscapes are undergoing drastic .... Read more »
The economy of the United States has remained steady over the past year. However, the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease has seen severe repercussions for the American Job Market. One of the industries severely hit by the outbreak is the oil industry. Oil and natural gas producers have taken a hit over the last year due.... Read more »