Blog Posts


Posted by Zachery on October 26, 2021 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

@enkaqu68 #spin 4173 UDQOLEFYYG @gececev88 #orlandopartyrental 9614 FAMWSGRNDP @knavypass37 #cityplan 66 KFJQNYPSQD @yqatolug5 #freedom 9695 CZBKNBZRIP @axurunoke62 #conferencemeeting… Continue


Posted by Felix on October 26, 2021 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

@engybinker48 #privateparties 9042 EUFMXSDHYU @ivimakni81 #art 3115 ILEDRMKHHQ @inejelu81 #look 9209 MKWUWHFARC @uknucassak2 #america 498 CTVHNFQACQ @nkopydipede31 #product 2937… Continue


Posted by Michael on October 26, 2021 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

@tythawykuraq51 #amazon 7528 RGZSKVTDRG @ghysa28 #indoorcycling 7379 COJOIBBRCD @enkew52 #brooklynbowl 9759 XDQUXARBCO @olikechewid32 #style 6501… Continue

Analysing important business tips for success seen in various countries nowadays.

Posted by Carl Ruben on October 26, 2021 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

In this article, you will come across different business ideas that you can execute in your extra time.

Beginning on a little scale and not focusing on errors are 2 of the most important business tips and ideas one will ever discover nowadays. As prominent businessman Mohammed Alshaya would definitely tell you, entrepreneurs are people who take regulated gambles, and in order to start your entrepreneurial profession…


Unemployment Cutoffs Mainly Made Workers Poorer, Research Suggests

Republican governors canceled federal unemployment benefits earlier this summer to prod the unemployed into taking jobs, but new research suggests most people who lost benefits remained unemployed.

In the Republican-led states that ended federal benefits in June, only one out of every eight workers found a job by early August, according to an academic analysis of thousands of workers’ incomes.
On average, workers in cutoff states lost $278 per week in benefits and gained just $14 in earnings ― meaning they collectively recovered only about 5% of their lost income. They spent $145 less per week.

Twenty-six states canceled สล็อตxoใหม่ the federal benefits this summer ahead of their expiration date in early September. The federal government has been providing an extra $300 per week plus benefits for gig workers and people who’ve been unemployed too long to be covered by regular state benefits. Some workers lost the $300 but could continue receiving state benefits; many saw their incomes go to zero.

Shannon Meyer of Louisburg, Missouri, went from receiving $363 per week in federal long-term benefits until the state withdrew from all federal programs in June.

“I was getting $363 a week and I could buy things,” Meyer said. “Now I can’t buy anything.”

Meyer, 57, worked as a home health aide until the pandemic. Now she babysits for her daughter and is wary of getting a new job because it could be risky for her health.

“I can’t really make myself get a job around here with all the maskless people and the delta variant exploding,” she said.

Views: 3


You need to be a member of On Feet Nation to add comments!

Join On Feet Nation

© 2021   Created by PH the vintage.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service