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From the 'Great Resignation' to Regret? Some Who Left Jobs amid Pandemic Question Their Decision
According to a new survey, one in five workers regret quitting their old job over the past two years
Arizona CEO Will Pay New Hires $5K to Quit If They Aren't 'Excited' About Their Jobs After 2 Weeks
The CEO of Trainual Chris Ronzio discussed the policy as a record 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November as part the “Great Resignation.”
These 6 States Are Offering 'Return-to-Work' Bonuses Up to $2,000 for Unemployed Residents
Economists have noted several factors that could be discouraging people from returning to work
How One Organization Is Helping People with Autism Launch Careers in Animation & Digital Arts
The Los Angeles based non-profit, Exceptional Minds, is an academy and studio that is working to change the unemployment rate for people with autism
LinkedIn Adds New Job Titles for Stay-at-Home Parents amid COVID Pandemic
Recent statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor show that more than 2 million women have left the labor force in the past year, a trend partially fueled by layoffs and lack of childcare options
Whataburger Paid Over $90 Million in Bonuses to Employees for Working During Pandemic and Winter Storms
The Texas-based fast food chain issued more than $90 million in bonuses to their employees to show appreciation for their hard work during the pandemic and last month's unprecedented winter storm
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Federal Judge Rejects Trump Administration's Plan to End Food Stamps for 700K Unemployed Americans
U.S. District Court Chief Judge Beryl Howell called the Department of Agriculture "icily silent"
50 Richest Americans Almost Have More Money Than Half the Country — and COVID-19 Played a Role
Plus: The richest of the rich hold 30.4% of all household wealth in the U.S., while the bottom 50% hold just 1.9%
Cirque du Soleil Files for Bankruptcy Protection, Cuts Nearly 3,500 Jobs in Response to Pandemic

"With zero revenues since the forced closure of all of our shows due to COVID-19, management had to act decisively to protect the Company's future," Daniel Lamarre, the president and CEO of Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, said in a statement