Used to be that when a scientist talked about climate change or threats to the Amazon rain forest or any number of doom-and-gloom predictions of the future of our planet, it was a tactic perceived to scare us all into complying to save the planet. Well, it no longer can be considered a tactic but a Public Service Announcement; Analysts know what’s contributing to the nation’s labor shortage and it’s not all the fault of the Great Resignation; Young generations didn’t grow up with labor unions but they’re embracing it for good reason; Students love music and some decided to combine their love of music to help everyone’s mental health; and A degree to become a social media influencer? Yup, and it’s not in the US. Go beyond the headlines…
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