COVID-19

Bars and Restaurants Removing Money From Walls to Help Workers

From The NY Times By Johnny Diaz Published April 19, 2020 Updated April 20, 2020 As stay-at-home orders took effect to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many restaurants and bars had to temporarily close or switch to delivery and takeout only, forcing owners to lay off or furlough employees. But instead of hitting walls…

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Will I Get a 2nd Stimulus Check?

Americans started receiving their COVID-19 stimulus checks last week, and many started spending the money quickly.  Reports show that people purchased such things as groceries and gas.  The next question on people’s minds is whether or not there will be more money coming their way.  The $1,200 per person payments are certainly helpful and needed,…

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Walmart plans to hire 50,000

Walmart is committed to helping our fellow Americans seeking work, while serving our customers during this unprecedented time. We recently committed to hiring more than 150,000 new associates by the end of May. Since then, we’ve had over 1 million applicants, hiring an average of 5,000 people per day. I’m pleased to share we reached…

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Jobs and Unemployment Resources

In the past few weeks, more than 22 million people have filed for unemployment in the United States, included 5.2 million last week.  This means that nearly all of the new jobs created in the last 10 years have been wiped out due to the coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic.  The damage to the U.S. and…

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