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“Sometimes it takes a woman to do the job”; family reacts to indictment in Jamarion Robinson case | New

ATLANTA (CBS46) – Two law enforcement officers, including a US Marshal, were charged Tuesday in the death of Jamarion Robinson. PREVIOUS STORY: 2 Georgian police officers charged with gunshot death of man in 2016 In 2016, the 26-year-old was shot 76 times by a U.S. Marshal’s Service Task Force. Officers …

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Mobile Workforce Center Bringing Computers and Internet Access to Job Seekers – American Press

Last week, the Louisiana Workforce Board’s Mobile Workforce Center debuted at the US Region V Employment Center at 2424 3rd St. in Lake Charles. The Mobile Workforce Center is designed to bring computers and Internet access to the job seeker. In Calcasieu parish, the parish with the largest year-over-year job …

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Quitting Your Job Part 2 – Consider Your Personal Finances – Twin Cities

Do you know what the problem is for people who quit their jobs? It is time. People tend to wait too long and then suddenly quit, leaving themselves with a bunch of unfinished business. Amy lindgren Sometimes this business is emotional, with workers’ feelings of not being appreciated building up …

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States that cut unemployment aid see no influx of job seekers

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Earlier this year, Republican business leaders and governors urged to remove a federal supplement of $ 300 per week for unemployed Americans. Many people, they said, would then leave the sidelines and take the millions of jobs that employers were desperate to fill. Yet three months after …

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Orlando area job growth stands out in DEO unemployment report – WFTV

ORLANDO, Florida – Florida’s unemployment rate edged down in September, according to a report released by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity on Friday. According to the report, 84,500 more Floridians found work last month, dropping the unemployment rate from 5.0% in August to 4.9% in September. >>> STREAM CHANNEL …

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Ex-Sheriff Mike Blakely Seeks Court Leave To Travel For New Job – Until WAAY 31 Asks Why | Huntsville

Former Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely has withdrawn his request to travel outside Alabama to show the property, according to court documents reviewed by WAAY 31. Blakely was released from jail on appeal bail after a jury found him guilty of theft and ethics violations in August. He is appealing …

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Looking for a job? Orange County hosts career fair to fill dozens of public works positions – WFTV

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla .– Orange County hopes to hire early to keep operations running smoothly. A job fair is organized at the Apopka maintenance center. The county said it was difficult to fill positions and could use the aid. The career fair will speed up the process, with applicants interviewed …

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Career fair to help alleviate shortages in the lake region

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Still filling the gaps, the Louisiana Workforce Commission is trying to put more people in touch with jobs after nationwide staff shortages issues. The Louisiana Workforce Commission has partnered with the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury and Workforce Development Council to help alleviate some of the …

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WSP employee in Spokane region loses job due to vaccination mandate

WSP lost 127 employees statewide after the vaccination mandate deadline. Of these, 10 were from the eastern region of the state. SPOKANE, Washington – After 11 years of service with the Washington State Patrol, Detective Jordan quit his job after the vaccination warrant deadline. He has asked to keep his …

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The legal job market is hotter than ever (and here’s why)

According to Bloomberg Law, almost half of lawyers say they are open to new opportunities, and one in 10 lawyers is actively seeking new employment opportunities. With COVID-19 pushing higher than normal burnout rates, lower job satisfaction and longer work weeks in 2021, the legal market is accelerating. Additionally, with …

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