The transition to the production of electric cars can lead to unemployment around the world
The production of fully electric cars is a new technology and production process that will eliminate a number of jobs. Today, many automakers have actively taken up the electrification of their model range. Moreover, many in the coming years have decided to completely abandon the production of cars with internal combustion engines. But this medal has a downside.
NJ Unemployment Rate Dropped to 3.9% in May
NJ continued its stretch of job growth and declining unemployment in May as total nonfarm employment increased by 6.7k jobs, and the state’s unemployment rate declined to 3.9%.
Colorado Business Owners Explain How 20 Percent Of People Who Quit Their Jobs Are Now Regretting It
On this episode of Inside The Firm Alex and Lance break down how 20 percent of workers who quit their jobs during the Great Resignation are now regretting their decision.
Forsyth County posts its lowest unemployment rate this century
Man heading to work as unemployment numbers at record low(Photo/Getty Images) (Forsyth County, GA) Georgia’s unemployment rates remain at its all-time low set this March, but these rates are even lower in Forsyth County.
Colorado unemployment claims drop 41%
(Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash) Colorado unemployment claims are 40.71% lower than they were a year ago — the seventh-smallest decline in the country, according to a recent WalletHub study.
After being allowed to clear off $2.3 billion in illegal PUA claims, Baker files $3.5 billion legislation to create jobs
Following news that the residents of Massachusetts who illegally claimed unemployment benefits during the pandemic will be receiving full or partial financial relief, Governor Baker's administration has unveiled a new job creation plan worth $3.5 billion.
Pennsylvanians unable to get unemployment checks for months because of "system breakdown" and staffing issues
Some Pennsylvania residents have reported that they have been waiting for months to collect their unemployment checks. The reason given by the PA Office of Unemployment Compensations was that the system "was not set up to withstand" the stress of a pandemic mixed with widespread fraud.
Good News as Massachusetts residents who illegally claimed PUA benefits set to receive full or partial financial relief
Massachusetts residents who illegally claimed unemployment benefits during the pandemic are set to receive full or partial financial relief after the Baker administration tables a new plan to clear up a bureaucratic mess.
Massachusetts residents who illegally claimed PUA & couldn't prove previous employment will have their debts written-off
The residents of Massachusetts who illegally claimed Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and could not prove that they have previous employment will reportedly have their debts written off.
Massachusetts attempted to have nearly $2 billion that it paid to ineligible claimants written-off, labor dept said no
The state of Massachusetts tried to have nearly $2 billion that it paid to ineligible claimants wiped off, but the Labor Department denied the request. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.Erin Clark / AFP.
The Great Resignation is Not Ready to Slow down
Around 4.4 Million Employees have voluntarily quit their Job already. What does the Great Resignation precisely mean? So, The Great Resignation is an economic trend observed mostly in the United States where Employees voluntarily quit their jobs. The term was first tossed during the pandemic era and it was obvious that people would voluntarily quit their jobs due to safety concerns. But, the trend is not willing to stop and has reached new heights currently.
Careers in Cannabis
Almost 500,000 jobs in the cannabis industry are expected to open over the next year.(Jeremy Poland/iStock) Stockton University will be hosting a career fair with NJ Cannabis Insider to bring attention to the booming cannabis industry coming to New Jersey. It’s set to take place on 5 April, you can get your tickets here (students are free.)
Portland Daily Roundup: Damian Lillard out for rest of Blazers' season, unemployment rate continues to improve
(Steph Chambers/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Tuesday, March 22 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Damian Lillard out for the rest of the Portland Trail Blazers' season.
Massachusetts Residents Receive Notification for Unemployment Overpayment
A hundred dollar billPhoto by Blogging Guide on Unsplash. Recently, a number of Massachusetts residents received notifications from the Department of Unemployment Assistance asking them to repay unemployment overpayments.
Massachusetts mistakenly paid about $2.7 billion in jobless benefits to ineligible claimants
At least $2.7 billion in unemployment benefits were paid to applicants by Massachusetts, only to discover that those payments went to ineligible recipients with excessive amounts.
Massachusetts unemployment recipients must pay back $2.7 billion in "overpaid" benefits
Man looking stressed out after reading a document.Gerber86/Getty Images (Canva Pro license.),. Suppose you are one of the hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents who filed a claim for unemployment benefits with the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) in 2020 or 2021. In that case, you may be required to pay back the money you received from the state.
Stimulus Measures Being Pulled Back After 709,000 Jobs Added to Economy
The latest jobs report showed positive news amid the ongoing pandemic.Dylan Gillis/Unsplash. President Joe Biden shocked his administration officials. On Friday, the jobs report was released and many in the White House were expecting a negative report, as a result of the ongoing Omicron variant of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to ABC News, President Biden addressed his team with a cheery tone discussing this economic win.
Senate Boosts Benefits, Reduces Taxes on State Businesses
A shot of several local businesses along Niagara Street in Buffalo, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. The New York State Senate recently passed legislation aiming to increase unemployment benefits for workers and freeze unemployment insurance taxes for businesses in New York. The legislation officially increases the maximum weekly unemployment benefits for workers in 2022 and 2023, rising to 40% of the average weekly wage upon enactment with another rise to 42% slated for October 2022.
Why Should You Hire Me?
It's the point-blank question every hiring manager should ask in an interview - and the one that applicants almost never answer correctly. "Why Should I Hire You?" Hiring managers want to know what is unique about you, and they're not afraid to ask.