TikTok Expands to Recruiting Jobs, Creates 'TikTok Resumes' for Video Job Applications

TikTok Expands to Recruiting Jobs, Creates 'TikTok Resumes' for Video Job Applications

TikTok is no longer a video entertainment platform alone as the tech company launched "TikTok Resumes" that will allow users to apply to different companies.
Job Offers From the US Government Had Fallen Due To The Pandemic

Job Offers from the US Government had Fallen Due to the Pandemic

Read on to find out about the job offers provided by the US government.
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Retail Companies Provide Employment Opportunities During COVID-19 Crisis

While entertainment and hospitality industries have been forced to halt their operations due to the COVID-19 crisis, the commercial retail industry keeps an open door to the consumers and unemployed alike.
A Solution to Allow Workers to Keep Their Jobs Amid COVID-19

A Solution to Allow Workers to Keep Their Jobs Amid COVID-19

Work sharing programs may be the solution for companies that are left with no choice but to layoff most of their employees, given the circumstances caused by COVID-19.
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Hispanics Increasingly Entering US Workforce But Wages Remain Stagnant

At unprecedented rates, the U.S. Hispanic population is joining the labor force, flooding most fields. Even as this happens, research shows that the income and net wealth of Hispanic workers continues to be less than that of non-Hispanic whites.
Philadelphia Grapples With Highest Deep Poverty Rate Of US Large Cities

Equality and Reducing Disparities Could Save the Nation Trillions Annually

Multiculturalism is on the rise in the U.S., and as time progresses, non-Hispanic whites will contribute shrinking numbers to the growing population. Nonetheless, inequality persists between non-whites and whites, and those disparities are costing the U.S. trillions.
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Latino Millennials Optimistic About Future as Unemployment Figures Drop

Employment in the U.S. has been capricious of late, but the economic assault dealt by The Great Recession only helped to stagger job opportunities and heighten unemployment rates, particularly for non-whites. That said, new job numbers show that last month saw a decrease in Latino unemployment.
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Paid Sick Leave Law in Effect for New York City Affecting 500,000 Employees

New York City has become the latest city to adopt a paid sick leave law, and it will affect up to 500,000 more employees.The law impacts companies with five or more employees who work more than 80 hours during the calendar year in NYC
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US Job Openings Hit 7-Year High, Up to 4.6 Million in May

Job openings in the U.S. have hit its highest levels in seven years. According to the Department of Labor, more than 4.6 million job openings were available during May, an increase from 4.5 million during April.

Jobless Claims Higher Than Previously Expected; Unemployment Sits at 7-Year Low

16,000 more people filed claims than expected.
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