January 10, 2022

On the one hand, we’re told that the US economy has more jobs than can be filled. Yet, for many, that’s a contradictory observation, especially as economists tell us that slowing immigration is having an opposite effect on jobs and what conservatives would have us believe; We see, in every state that has passed restrictive voting practices, an attack on citizens’ right to vote. So, to coincide with MLK Day and Jan.6 observations, Dems are pushing hard for a Voting Rights Bill. The question is: What will the bill contain?; Wall Street got the message. US workers like working remotely. So, here are the top 20 companies planning a hiring spree for remote workers in 2022; and Feel like learning how to cook a new dish? Check out the 10 best online cooking classes this year. Go beyond the headlines…

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