“For example, if you’re an attorney and you deal with crane accidents ... you’re looking at about millions of dollars in lawsuit, you’re probably going to pay a couple hundred dollars for that click. [Whereas] if you’re running a house-cleaning business, you’re probably paying $7 a click because your average sale is maybe 50 bucks. So depending on how competitive the niche and how much money a business owner stands to make, the more costly those keywords are,” he said.
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"I don't think anyone coming out of the George W. Bush administration was told, 'We can't hire this person,'" Cuccinelli said, according to Bloomberg. "I'm sure Jan. 6 made it that much worse than it ever would have been."
But a huge proportion of the changes are in where people work. The flexible working revolution has, in fact, largely been a remote working one, which mainly benefits workers who left their offices but still keep full office hours.
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There are plenty of other ideas out there, and a popular groundswell of support for flexibility and life balance that makes sense for all of us. Will we get there, or will we slide back into our old ways? That’s on us. Companies that don’t reinvent may well pay the price, losing top talent to businesses that do.