Indiana limits rapid COVID-19 testing due to supply shortage

COVID-19 rapid home test kits: do they really work? Pablo Penaloza-MacMaster, assistant professor of microbiology and immunology at Northwestern University, joins Good Day Chicago to talk all things home testing. INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Health announced Tuesday that it has limited those eligible for rapid COVID-19 testing at …

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RUTH SUNDERLAND: The allure of the lifestyle economy as workers quit their jobs

The allure of a lifestyle-driven economy: Strong demand for labor comes as more workers decide to quit, says RUTH SUNDERLAND By Ruth Sunderland For The Daily Mail Posted: 9:50 p.m. GMT, January 3, 2022 | Update: 9:50 p.m. GMT, January 3, 2022 Noel Coward once said that “work is more …

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The next supply chain problem for chipmakers

The past two years have been tough for the semiconductor industry, but chipmakers face one of their biggest challenges yet – a shortage of skilled labor. Chipmakers around the world have struggled to meet demand since the start of the global pandemic. Lockdowns in parts of China responsible for much …

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The Best Robotics Jobs to Apply for a Career Transformation in January 2022

by Satavisa Pati January 3, 2022 You can apply for these robotics jobs We are really compelled to see the promises of the robotics industry sooner rather than later, as artificial intelligence and software continue to advance as well. In the near future, thanks to advancements in these technologies, robots …

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Eurozone manufacturing PMI finalized at 58.0 in December, easing supply chain pressures spilling over to prices

The eurozone manufacturing PMI was finalized at 58.0 in December, down from 58.4 in November. Markit said that a slight easing of supply pressures made it easier to raise the survey’s record in inventories. Broad sector growth growth continued to be disappointing as inflationary pressures eased slightly. Joe Hayes, Senior …

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The 1976 printers’ strike | News, Sports, Jobs

In 1985 I wrote a feature film titled “The Venerable Linotype” for The Evening Review on the end of the scorching era of songwriting in the East Liverpool area. (The “Evening” was dropped when it became a morning newspaper.) It was an interesting article and you would appreciate it if …

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Tesla Overcomes Supply Chain Problems With Successful Fourth Quarter Deliveries

A Tesla Model 3 car is seen in their showroom in Singapore on October 22, 2021. Photo taken on October 22, 2021. REUTERS / Edgar Su Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan. 2 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) on Sunday reported record quarterly deliveries that …

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What to know this week

Investors can look forward to a busy first week in 2022, loaded with key economic publications from Washington, including the highly anticipated December jobs report and the minutes from the latest Federal Open policy-making meeting. Market Committee (FOMC). It has been a hectic final month of 2021 for the markets, …

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Charlotte Police Chief and Truist CEO among big jobs

Charlotte’s leaders will face a number of challenges and opportunities in 2022 as the city responds to growth and the third year of the pandemic. Khadejeh Nikouyeh Knikouyeh@charlotteobserver.com READ MORE Around 2022 in Charlotte As we look to 2022, a handful of key people are at the center of the …

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4,000 workers at Gondalpara jute factory lose their jobs

About 4,000 workers at the Gondalpara jute mill lost their jobs suddenly on the first day of the New Year and unions and mill owners said more jute mills would suspend production in January. Hooghly jute mill has suspended production indefinitely from Saturday, citing a shortage of raw jute following …

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