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Korea reports largest job growth in almost 7 years in April

Korea Times 12 May 2021
The April reading also marked the second straight month of the country reporting job additions ... But the base effect and increased economic activity following relaxed social distancing rules helped create more jobs amid an economic recovery, according to the statistics agency ... But a severe erosion in jobs was eased amid reduced virus curbs.
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States push jobless from virus recession to return to work

The Spokesman-Review 12 May 2021
Company representatives will be participating in a number of virtual job fairs this month ... Others have found new occupations rather than return to their old jobs ... Unemployment benefits are still available to Arizonans who need them, but now that plenty of jobs are available, those receiving the benefits should be actively looking for work.”.
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Gov. Lee pushes return to work, economic recovery

Knoxville Daily Sun 12 May 2021
... have access to more than 250,000 jobs in our state,” said Gov ... As federal pandemic unemployment compensation ends in Tennessee, the state encourages claimants to search for work at www.Jobs4TN.gov, which currently has over 250,000 active job postings of all skill levels.
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Biden administration approves first major offshore wind project in US waters

News-Press Now 12 May 2021
... union jobs while combating climate change and powering our nation." ... This target will lead to employing more than 44,000 workers in offshore wind by 2030 and nearly 33,000 additional jobs in communities supported by offshore wind activity, according to a government fact sheet.
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Spain: Hundreds of delivery riders protest in Madrid against new law claiming it will hinder their work

Ruptly 12 May 2021
Hundreds of delivery riders from different delivery platforms marched through the streets of Madrid to protest against a new law regulating their activity, which they claim will increase unemployment and make jobs in the sector more precarious, Tuesday.
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Eid: A test case for police, burglars

The News International 12 May 2021
The police have buckled up their boots and tightened their belts to counter incidents of break-ins but, the criminals are more efficient, more active, and more professional in their jobs ... The general public, especially, victims of gangsters, believe that the area police or key cops of the police station are directly involved in criminal activities.
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Blue Mountain Resort to be managed by Camelback operator: ‘They’re going to infuse it with ...

The Scranton Times-Tribune 12 May 2021
Barb Green has done a tremendous job of maintaining the mountain’s natural splendor, and we are delighted to further our interests here in the Pocono Mountains — a community and lifestyle we admire and respect,” Hauver’s statement continued ... “It’ll be a big help to them and to creating more jobs in the county.”.
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Health officer complaint triggers virtual shouting match

Times Argus 12 May 2021
The renter, Jason Cadorette, told board members he had been advised by a tenants’ advocate to meet with them because of the “ inability of the town health officer to do his job correctly.” ... “You still need to do your job,” he told Graham.
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Seattle 911 response times climbed in summer 2020. Now, police and activists debate what comes next

The Spokesman-Review 12 May 2021
“It seems like the department is using long-term trends” and data blips “to push back on the restructuring and defunding efforts happening right now,” said Angélica Cházaro, a University of Washington law professor active with the advocacy group Decriminalize Seattle ... “And that’s not encouraging [them] to be active and go out and do their job.”.
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Ohio reinstates work-search requirement for unemployment benefits

Springfield News-Sun 11 May 2021
The state of Ohio plans to reinstate a rule that requires residents seeking to collect weekly unemployment benefits to prove that they are actively searching for a job ... Work-search activities include applying for a job, attending a resume-writing course, or creating and ...
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Ohio reinstating work-search requirements for unemployment benefits May 23

The Concord Township News-Herald 11 May 2021
Allowable work-search activities include applying for a job, attending a resume-writing course, or creating and maintaining a reemployment plan on OhioMeansJobs.com, according to a news release from DeWine’s office.- Advertisement - ... process of weekly work-search activities.”.
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Unemployed Ohioans must resume search for work to claim benefits

Wooster Daily Record 11 May 2021
6, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services resumed the work-search requirement for new unemployment claims, while exempting existing claims ... Allowable activities include applying for a job, attending a resume-writing course or creating and maintaining a re-employment plan on OhioMeansJobs.com.
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Joblessness in urban areas surges to 12%

Hindustan Times 11 May 2021
rban unemployment in India is nearing 12%, the highest in more than 10 months, as the resurgence of the coronavirus and accompanying restrictions wipe out millions of jobs ... Economists believe continued lockdowns in cities will further put pressure on the job market as they restrict economic activity.
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Gov. Holcomb Announces Restoration of Weekly Work Search Requirement for Unemployment Benefits

The Pilot News 11 May 2021
... benefits from the state to be actively seeking full-time work starting on June 1 ... Work search activities include applying for a job, attending a job fair, participating in a WorkOne orientation, or completing an online workshop.
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States limiting pandemic jobless benefits as employers complain of labor shortage

Hartford Courant 11 May 2021
Is $300 enough to say yes to that job? Some Chicago companies offer hiring bonuses for the first time amid labor shortage ... Unemployment benefits are still available to Arizonans who need them, but now that plenty of jobs are available, those receiving the benefits should be actively looking for work.” ... And people are still losing their jobs.
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