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Ride-hailing firm Lyft slams brakes on US hiring as recession fears mount

Moneycontrol 28 Sep 2022
The company, which in July cut nearly 60 jobs in its rental ...
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Worried about the economy? Demand for these jobs is high and growing

Finger Lakes Times 27 Sep 2022
Elsa Reaza was ready to leave her job when a friend suggested she apply for a housekeeping position at the Conrad, a new luxury hotel in downtown Los Angeles ... Reaza's new job as a housekeeper pays about the same but offers better benefits — free bus passes and occasional meals — with a lot more opportunity to advance in the company.
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Factory Jobs Are Booming Like It's the 1970s

Slashdot 27 Sep 2022
Ever since American manufacturing entered a long stretch of automation and outsourcing in the late 1970s, every recession has led to the loss of factory jobs that never returned ... American manufacturers have now added enough jobs to regain all that they shed -- and then some ... Biden, factories have added more than 30,000 jobs a month.
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Palco Industrial Marking and Labeling Installs Second Epson SurePress Digital Label Press

Longview News-Journal 27 Sep 2022
Currently celebrating its 50th anniversary, Palco chose the SurePress aqueous inkjet label press as its first digital printing solution in 2019 and recently onboarded the SurePress L-6534VW UV press to support the surge in client demand ... "The surge in business required us to meet ...
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Nearly 70% of Americans are looking for extra work to combat inflation

CNBC 27 Sep 2022
Americans are taking extra hours or re-thinking their jobs entirely as daily costs surge ... .
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Budget will be comprehensive and sustainable, Taoiseach says

Belfast Telegraph 27 Sep 2022
“But our main focus is on the Irish situation and how the crisis is impacting on people and households, on workers and in businesses and we want to protect jobs and that will be a significant part of the budget.” ... We have to protect jobs and we have to put in place measures that will stop a surge in pricing turning into a threat to jobs.” ... Most Read.
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Inflation and expiring benefits have more Americans going hungry

Finger Lakes Times 27 Sep 2022
Hunger is spreading among Americans with steady but low-paying jobs, reversing President Joe Biden's early success in cutting food scarcity by nearly a third and threatening to worsen as the country teeters on the brink of recession ... As the temporary pandemic relief measures started expiring, inflation surged to the highest levels in four decades.
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DeepMind aims to close STEM skills gap with new programme

Computer Weekly 27 Sep 2022
In partnership with several charities and social enterprises, DeepMind said it would be developing educational resources and helping existing programmes reach more young people ... The UK’s tech sector has been steadily growing over the past five years, and research by CompTIA suggests this year could see another tech job surge ... .
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Nautilus Joins Peloton In What’s Becoming a Post-Pandemic Reality

Henry Herald 27 Sep 2022
Nautilus joins Peloton on list of connected home-exercise equipment companies seeking financial and other options amid a post-pandemic sales slump ... Recommended for you. +29 ... Peloton announced earlier this month that its co-founder and CEO was stepping down and thousands of jobs would be cut, despite seeing a surge in sales early in the pandemic ... .
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Forde-Yard Dash: October Story Lines to Watch

The Citizens 27 Sep 2022
The Nittany Lions went 11–11 in 2020 and ’21, remaining behind the Buckeyes and watching the Wolverines and Michigan State both surge past them. Franklin got a nice contract extension in the offseason after flirting with other jobs, but he hasn’t done much since 2019 to earn it.
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U.S. factory jobs booming almost like it's the 1970s again

The Buffalo News 26 Sep 2022
WASHINGTON–Ever since American manufacturing entered a long stretch of automation and outsourcing in the late 1970s, every recession has led to the loss of factory jobs that never returned ... American manufacturers have now added enough jobs to regain all that they shed – and then some.
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McKewon: Mickey Joseph faces long odds while tackling interim role his way

Lincoln Journal Star 26 Sep 2022
He got the job over both KU coordinators – including former NFL head coach Dave Campo – after a 23-0 loss to Texas ... If you want to know some of what Nebraska interim head coach Mickey Joseph went through in his first two weeks on the job, Bowen’s experience is a road map ... He didn’t get the permanent job ... Dickert got the permanent job ... Jayhawks surging.
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How to improve the Foreign Service

Federal News Radio 26 Sep 2022
And that’s why I’m so attracted, as Marcie is to professional education, I’m really attracted to the whole question of a reserve corps, so that like our military forces, we’ve got a surge capacity, the State Department can do things that it couldn’t do before.
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Kraken’s Jesse Powell on Why He Decided to Step Down as CEO

CryptoPotato 25 Sep 2022
Following that, we actually got just a surge in new job applicants, an unprecedented number of new job applicants, a lot of people saying they’re tired of the woke workplaces where they’re at and they would love to work in a place like Kraken with the kind of culture that we have.”.
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Rents in US surge, young people most impacted

Beijing News 25 Sep 2022
WASHINGTON D.C.. Young workers in the U.S. have been the group most harmed by surging rental prices, with many taking on roommates or working additional jobs to afford housing costs ... rent in 2021 was $1,037, up from $941 in 2019 ... Meanwhile, as post-pandemic demand surged, vacancy rates fell to their lowest levels since 1984 ... financially ... ....

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