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VOA Immigration weekly recap, June 9-15

Beijing News 15 Jun 2024
US employers add a robust 272,000 jobs in May. A surge in immigration in the past three years has boosted the size of the U.S. workforce and has been a key driver of the healthy pace of job growth.

A program funded by soda tax helps low-income residents buy fruits and vegetables

The Morning Journal 15 Jun 2024
To make a living wage in Boulder County, an adult with no children would need to earn $26.36 per hour at their job, according to a living wage calculator produced by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, June 9- 15

Beijing News 14 Jun 2024
US employers add a robust 272,000 jobs in May. A surge in immigration in the past three years has boosted the size of the U.S. workforce and has been a key driver of the healthy pace of job growth.

US manufacturing group calls for stronger protection against Chinese imports

The Jakarta Post 14 Jun 2024
The group called for the return of a long-expired import surge protection tool that was created when Beijing joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, the event that turned China into a global export powerhouse.

American Workers Hit by China’s Overcapacity: Industry Lobby

The Epoch Times 14 Jun 2024
... (AAM) highlighted these concerns by warning that the surge of subsidized and cheap exports by China threatens U.S. jobs, urging immediate action to address the issue.

Migration from Kerala is up, but who is leaving the state’s shores?

Financial Express 14 Jun 2024
This increase over the last few years had been expected due to the global health crisis-induced economic disruptions, stricter immigration policies, and a significant reduction in available job opportunities.

Who will be next Melbourne Victory coach? Ranking likely options led by Patrick Kisnorbo

Sportingnews 14 Jun 2024
After three seasons of pragmatic football from Popovic, Kisnorbo would bring an attacking swagger and mindset that could certainly refresh a Victory team that looked stale despite their late-season surge.

MAN: Capacity Utilisation, Production Volume, Sales, Investment Suffered Decline in Q1’24

This Day 14 Jun 2024
“All of these grossly escalated the cost of manufacturing operations, distorted the manufacturing value chain, discouraged investments, increased job losses, and reduced sales volume.”.

Has Reform really overtaken the Tories in the polls? And does that mean it could ...

The Conversation 14 Jun 2024
This means that many voters in the constituencies strongly favouring leave were more likely to put their trust in Ukip and Farage than the Conservatives and May to get the job done.

Nation targets high-quality job opportunities

ECNS 13 Jun 2024
For example, in the first quarter of this year, job openings for natural language processing engineers surged 126 percent year-on-year, with the monthly salary for the position reaching 24,535 yuan, up 12 percent year-on-year.

AUD/USD news: Can Australia rally after promising data released?

Invezz 13 Jun 2024
Employment, meanwhile, surged by around 40,000 jobs during May – sizably more than the reading of 30,000 which analysts were broadly expecting ... jobs ... Together with elevated levels of job vacancies.

Tree worker electrocuted in Hunter speaks: ‘I knew I died’

The Daily Gazette 12 Jun 2024
HUNTER — A 24-year-old tree service worker electrocuted on the job in Hunter last month said he died when more than 19,000 volts of electricity surged through his body following a tree-cutting accident in Hunter on May 23 ... .

Across China: Camping culture flourishes in China's northern meadows 12 Jun 2024
With the surge in popularity, managing the influx of tourists has become a balancing act ... The recreational complex has created jobs for over 30 fellow villagers like Duo.

AI chatbot popularity surges among U.S. students, teachers: survey

Xinhua 12 Jun 2024
Compared to last year, the survey found, the percentage of teachers who say they are familiar with ChatGPT, an AI chatbot from OpenAI, rose from 55 percent to 79 percent; among K-12 students, the figure surged from 37 percent to 75 percent.

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