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Now, she told me, blue-collar work is an oasis in the fake-email-job desert, with a newfound social cachet. In a survey conducted in late 2021, 67% of blue-collar workers said they believed the pandemic changed how people viewed their jobs, and 75% of white-collar workers agreed. AdvertisementNow, the economy is adding blue-collar jobs at a rapid clip. There is a tendency — particularly among white-collar workers — to look at blue-collar work through rose-colored glasses, to romanticize the hard work and skills it requires. The labor market hasn't completely reversed course; blue-collar jobs may be booming, but a bachelor's degree is still often a prerequisite for roles with high pay and numerous benefits.
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For many in the middle class, inflation is at the heart of this feeling. That's making people feel locked out of many of the milestones long associated with middle-class life. 74% of middle class Americans have cut back on non-essential spending, according to Primerica's survey. 46% of middle-class Americans said they've dialed back or completely paused saving for the future and 38% said they didn't think they could afford an unexpected expense over $1000. Buying a home may be the greatest example of a tenet of middle-class life feeling out of reach for many, and that struggle is very real rather than merely negatively perceived.
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At the very end of another tiring duel with Zach Edey, the fifth-year guard was the last man standing — again. Buie scored seven of his 31 points in OT to help the Wildcats beat Edey and the top-ranked Boilermakers for the second straight season, winning 92-88 in the Big Ten opener for each school. Ty Berry also scored seven points in OT and finished with 21, and Ryan Langborg added 20. Edey had 35 points, 14 rebounds and three blocked shots, but Purdue (7-1, 0-1) had trouble with Northwestern's guards all night. Fletcher Loyer scored 17 points for Purdue, and Braden Smith had 12 points, nine assists and seven rebounds.
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Bloomberg LP plans to hire 1,000 people this year as other media and finance companies slash staff. Bloomberg LP is on a hiring tear while other media, finance, and tech companies slash staff amid the softening economy. Mike Bloomberg's software, data, and media company is known for hiring in downturns, an advantage of being a privately held company. Bloomberg also announced it's creating a new team of product and tech workers under news-side exec Chris Collins as chief product and technology officer. The goal is to improve the user experience and discoverability of news on the Bloomberg Terminal, Bloomberg editor in chief John Micklethwait wrote in a staff memo.
Rep.-elect George Santos moved into his new Capitol Hill office, surprising his next door neighbors. "I was like, 'Why is there a press stakeout right outside our office?'" Then he turned a corner and saw a press stakeout with more than a dozen reporters and two cameras. "I was like, 'Why is there a press stakeout right outside our office? Sure, there's times when you may not want a huge stakeout outside your doors, Fritschner said, but Hill staffers are like anyone else.
But agency veterans, outside public health officials, and workplace organization experts said the current workplace structure could be a major barrier to that goal. As of early 2020, much of the workforce of the FDA and the National Institutes of Health was working remotely. Today, the NIH is mostly back in the office, but the FDA said many of its employees continue to work remotely when possible. Many people have fled the U.S. public health workforce in recent years, burned out from the covid-19 response. Benjamin said the CDC would likely have made its pandemic stumbles even if staffers hadn’t been working remotely.
Attorney General Merrick Garland’s decision to appoint a special counsel to investigate former President Donald Trump is a miscalculation, with the main problem being timing. Despite assurances from Garland that a special counsel will not bog down the investigation, reality suggests otherwise. Not to mention that past practice demonstrates that the Justice Department has regularly shown that anyone can be held accountable — without resorting to a special counsel. No special counsel was used. I believe Trump’s day of reckoning is long overdue, and Garland’s overly cautious decision to appoint a special counsel may continue postponing that day.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust is asking for an ethics probe of Rep. Sean Maloney. Insider first reported Maloney was months late in publicly disclosing the sale of eight stocks in potential violation of federal law. The New York Democratic congressman's office said the late filing was an "oversight" and promised to pay any fines. They include former Republican Sen. David Perdue of Georgia, former Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, former Democratic Rep. Donna Shalala of Florida, and Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California. Former Rep. Chris Collins, a New York Republican, briefly served time in federal prison following an insider-trading scandal that ended his political career.
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