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Jobs rise in New York – with the pandemic gap between rich and poor

New York City’s economy came back to life in October as rising vaccination rates and falling infections spurred a wave of hiring. Yet new data highlights deep-rooted inequalities in the city – even as the Biden administration struggles to pass a social spending bill that would help New York’s less …

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The conglomerate is not dead, why diversity training is not working and more

Here’s this week’s Careers newsletter, which brings the latest news, commentary and ideas about the workplace, leadership and the future of work straight to your inbox every Tuesday. Click here to subscribe to the newsletter list! A neon sign reading “GE Appliances” (Photo by: Joe Sohm / Visions of America …

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Poverty on Native American Reserves

MEDWAY, Massachusetts – Native Americans are among the poorest citizens in the United States. Not surprisingly, the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Rosebud Native American Reservation are located in the two poorest counties in the United States. However, these two reserves are home to some of the most resilient people …

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More S’pore women and millennials in their 20s started investing in 2021: OCBC survey – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg OCBC Bank’s 2021 Financial Well-Being Index reveals that more women and millennials in Singapore have started investing this year. The bank adds that the economic uncertainties that Covid-19 brings may have prompted more people to pay more attention to financial management. …

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