How the Pandemic is Financially Impacting our Youth
The Pandemic has had a financial impact on everyone, but those most affected are under 25 years old. While the pre-pandemic economy was strong across some sectors, poverty among young adults was growing. An age group already struggling with student loan debt, limited financial aid, high insurance rates, low credit scores, and inadequate health insurance […]
Shecession – the COVID side effect that a vaccine can’t prevent.
Shecession, coined by C Nicole Mason, president, and chief executive of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, is a term meaning an economic crisis that disproportionally affects women. On February 7, 2021, a New York Times article reports 4,637,000 payroll jobs lost by women in the US since March 2020 compared to 3,829,000 total payroll […]
The Age of the Virtual Job Fair
Everything looks a bit different now in the workforce world, and the job fair is part of that change. Virtual job fairs have been coming to prominence for some time, but now more than ever they are the way to connect job seekers to hiring managers. We don’t expect this to end anytime soon. That’s […]