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WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate the following 10 individuals to serve in key roles: David R. Gilmour, Nominee for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Scott Miller, Nominee for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Swiss Confederation and to the Principality of Liechtenstein Marc R. …

The US economy created 943,000 jobs in July and the unemployment rate fell to 5.4% – a new low in the era of the pandemic – the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday. This is the largest job creation since August of last year, when more than a million jobs were added, and more …

President Joe Biden expresses confidence that his proposed $ 4.5 trillion national package will actually pay off, even though experts fear the colossal price tag could trigger long-term inflation and other economic disruption. At a press conference last month, the Democratic president argued that his plan – a double measure that would spend on both …

AKIPRESS.COM – The World Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Ozan Sevimli as the new Country Director of the World Bank for Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, effective August 2, 2021. He will succeed Jan-Peter Olters who held this position. position since April 2017. Ozan Sevimli has worked for the World Bank in several positions …

The Federal Reserve is expected to have a long discussion next week about slowing monthly bond purchases that are so important to financial markets. But investors waiting for clear answers on the crucial questions of when to start the reduction and the pace of any withdrawals are likely to be disappointed, economists said. New concerns …

Although an increase in the labor force is expected between May and June, the increase this year has exceeded generally seen trends, said Bill LaFayette, economist and owner of Regionomics, an economics and workforce consulting firm. based in Columbus. LaFayette said that taking into account seasonal factors that can impact work trends, Clark County had …

BerkeleyBefore COVID-19 swept through the state, unemployed people had to prove they were looking for work to receive payments. This requirement was lifted during the pandemic but was recently reinstated. If you don’t know where to start to find work, the California Department of Employment Development has resources for job seekers, along with the criteria …

Choosing a university degree is an important decision. Students must choose to study something that challenges and interests them while balancing the harsh realities of the job market and career path prospects. A good salary out of college is the key to a secure future for the middle class, and with increasing student loan debt, …

Washington DC: Last week in the United States, with signs of a recovery in the labor market, jobless claims fell to their lowest level in 16 months, but labor shortages and Supply chain problems have caused the growth of the manufacturing sector. Continued to tighten. According to the US Department of Labor, first jobless claims …

Businesses are in desperate need of workers across the country as economic reopening hits a tight labor market, but the boom in manual labor wage growth predates the pandemic. Donna Kauffman, part owner of a landscaping design and build company in Colleyville, Texas, said a tight job market pushed her starting salary to $ 13.75 …