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Vaccines are all the rage this week. The Department of Justice declared vaccine mandates are legal. These companies are insisting on Covid-19 vaccines for their employees. And at the same time, states like Texas are banning Covid vaccine mandates altogether.
The government has made it easy for the people to sit home and (collect more money doing) *nothing *than it is to let them go out and find a good job that they would care to get up and go to every morning,, motivation ,,typically most people are just lazy they will take whatever freebies they can get #unemployment #coronavirus
I tested positive for covid this past January, I was sick for 2 weeks. It didnt effect my breathing but I have completely no taste ( which was so weird to try and eat with out taste). And my back and legs ache so bad and I ran a low fever and super tired. My question is has anyone who had covid feel like they suffer some effects from it? Like I said my legs and back hurt the whole time after 2 weeks I felt my back would hurt off and on just like it hurt when I was sick. I had to go to the doctor a couple of for my back sense #coronavirus
Federal unemployment benefits are slated to end Sept. 6. Some people think Congress should consider extending that date due to the Covid delta variant.
"Rapid digital adoption during the pandemic has accelerated the automation of jobs and worsened underlying ageism, making it harder for mid-career workers to secure roles," according to a new report from Generation, a non-profit employment organization.
The age that they found that ageism starts, 45. The top concerns driving ageism by hiring managers: 1) perceived reluctance among older workers to try new technologies (38%) 2) an inability to learn new skills (27%) 3) difficulty in working with other generations (21%).
Have you faced ageism during your job search recently? Do you think that any of the top 3 concerns were the reason you didn't get the job?
If you have faced ageism during your job search we've put together some help to overcome it and get that job.
I don't understand this world they'll hire 16 years old who can't even count change back. I have 68 years of experience I've managed to restaurants and right now I'm running my own housekeeping but things are hard because people won't let you in because they're elderly and they're afraid to catch covid I've lost so many customers because of the Cove it is just I need help I need another job and they won't hire me and I know it's because of my age. I've had two forms of cancer I'm a hard worker I get along with everybody somebody needs to help us all of us. There's bigotry in all forms even in for the elderly