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Data collected by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development shows that while the labor participation rate with 16-19 year-olds is up from 2020, it’s only at 42%, which is lower than pre-pandemic levels in 2019.
Companies, meanwhile, are giving permanent workers more latitude, a selling point for millennials who may otherwise prefer gig jobs. A Gartner survey of HR leaders at 130 companies in December found that 90% plan to let employees work remotely at least some of the time even after much of the population is vaccinated.
The OESC is offering virtual job fairs through the end of June and will host in-person job fairs in Tulsa on June 23 and Oklahoma City on June 25, according to Zumwalt.
Before making any investment, it’s important to know what your own tolerance is for risk. Certain investments carry more risk than others and you don’t want to be surprised after you’ve made the investment. Think about how long you can do without the money you’ll be investing and whether you’re comfortable not accessing it for a few years or longer.
According to the Federal Reserve Board's 2018 Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households, 40% of Americans reported not having $400 in their emergency savings account. "People always make things too complicated when it comes to financial planning," says Brent Weiss, co-founder and chief evangelist at the Baltimore-based financial firm Facet Wealth. However, building savings and plotting your financial future doesn't have to be complex. Use these tools and strategies to make saving money nearly effortless.
Many restaurants and shops are now responding to a labor shortage by cutting hours or closing dining rooms — even as business picks up and state health orders have been lifted.
When: Wednesday, June 9, 3-8 p.m.
Now, he has about 1 million subscribers.