Monthly Archives: January 2022

This Week in Jobs: Look for New Opportunities with These 23 Open Tech Positions

Editor’s Note: Every week we send out an electronic newsletter featuring the most interesting career opportunities in the region. We called him with love This week in jobs (aka TWIJ – “twidge.”). Here is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here. …

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United Way remains hopeful of reaching fundraising goal | News, Sports, Jobs

The Marshalltown Area United Way (MAUW) extended its annual campaign until the first week of January as part of an effort to reach the $ 800,000 goal, but ultimately ran out by around $ 98,000. However, CEO Kendra Sorensen believes it might still be possible to reach the amount, as …

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Industries continue to thrive in Arizona despite water scarcity and rising cost of living

Boom period: Arizona expects faster economic growth despite water scarcity and other woes More than 700,000 new jobs could be created in Arizona by 2030, and with so many people likely to move there, the state is grappling with problems that could arise with such massive growth. FOX 10’s Steve …

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‘COVID Zero’ Hong Kong pushes supply chain to breaking point | Economy

The Omicron outbreak in Hong Kong is a double whammy for businesses. Not only will the new social distancing restrictions reduce income for retailers and restaurants, a reduction in the thefts they rely on to transport everything from Australian cherries to Wagyu beef in the financial center is expected to …

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No shortage of supplies for local producers, small businesses as supermarket shelves remain empty | Goulburn Post

community, As large supermarket chains grapple with empty shelves and delivery delays, local producers in the Southern Highlands and Tablelands are teeming with fresh produce. Also read: Eleven people die as NSW registers over 25,000 new cases Goulburn Greengrocer Cycling and Cafe owner Con Toparis says he has noticed a …

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“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe recalls the “devastating” exchange that inspired the hit show

The recognizable face and distinct voice of Emmy Award–winner TV host Mike Rowe, known for taking on some of the more difficult and unglamorous tasks of “Dirty Jobs,” joined Tucker Carlson on Fox Nation to discuss the show’s reboot and how it works. began highlighting America’s forgotten blue collar workers …

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3PL Central Launches Fall 2022 Supply Chain Scholarship to Foster Future Talent and Innovation in Warehousing and Logistics

Generation Z supply chain students envision transformation through autonomous mobile robots, circular supply chains and autonomous trains Featured Image for 3PL Central Featured Image for 3PL Central Featured Image for 3PL Central EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Jan. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – 3PL Central, a leader in cloud-based warehouse management systems …

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Big picture, tech stocks, Fed moves, conflicting jobs data, week ahead

“They stab him with their steel knives, but they just can’t kill the beast.” -Henley, Frey, Felder (Eagles), 1976 two faces It would be hard to imagine a stock market more divided in performance than what investors and traders went through last week. In reality, what happened was only the …

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Traders are saving for furniture and cars as supply chain issues make new items scarce

When Mary Duffy bought her house from Alfred in May 2020, she didn’t know how to furnish it. It’s not that Duffy couldn’t afford to shop, or that he didn’t have a keen sense of home decor – it was that so many big box retailers and furniture websites were …

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What does bipartisan federal infrastructure jobs and investment law mean for our community?

Investing in our country’s aging infrastructure has been part of the political landscape for years. In 2021, this federal funding bill went through many iterations, moving from a stand-alone surface transportation bill to a Biden social spending bill. It was finally adopted in November in the Law on Infrastructure and …

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