Harrisburg, Pa. --Pennsylvania's new unemployment compensation program as seen nearly 225,000 people submit claims since it opened Tuesday.
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(The Center Square) – A recent survey of school districts resulted in multiple white papers putting increased teachers’ pay and benefits and relaxed certifications for teaching at the top of solutions to Illinois’ teacher shortage.
Gov. Mike Parson and other GOP governors contend ‘generous’ jobless benefits have kept potential workers on the sidelines and hurt businesses.
(The Center Square) – The nearly 33,000 COVID-19 deaths of residents in Pennsylvania long-term care facilities is drawing more attention to resident care and nursing home regulations.
(The Center Square) – Almost 200,000 people in Indiana are still getting unemployment compensation as businesses in the state struggle to find people to work.
The South Carolina government has distributed nearly $5 billion in federal money to its residents in unemployment compensation since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We're hiring" and "Now hiring" signs dot the Orangeburg landscape.
The coronavirus pandemic has reached its tentacles into almost every aspect of life over the past year.
(The Center Square) – Illinois is inching closer to a full reopening free of COVID-19 restrictions.