Jake Michaels

A former Department of Labor analyst, Jake is a freelance writer who talks about economics and other news about the job market and how it affects the present and future workforce.

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Waste Water and Sewage Industry: Should You Start a Business in it?

Mark Rowe, a famous influencer and comedian, once argued that passion isn’t required if you want to be successful. Practicality and purpose play a more significant part in the road to success. He further argued that if you’re going to be rich, you already have the means to do so. He mentioned that one of …

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How Athletes Can Better Take Care of Their Teeth

At first, proper oral care may not seem all that important for athletes. However, this cannot be further from the truth. For athletes, developing dental problems can mean the difference between winning a game and failing to participate entirely. And in extreme cases, the lack of proper oral care can easily result in tooth loss …

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Ensuring the Proper Transport of the Vaccines

When the World Health Organization declared the pandemic a public health emergency of international concern over a year ago, public health authorities and the private sector started studying the virus to develop a vaccine to stop it from spreading. By the middle of the year, researchers and scientists were hard at work in coming out …

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Why Companies Need to Adapt to the Changes Brought About by Remote Work

Remote work is not an entirely new concept. In fact, it has been around for decades now. The only thing is most companies weren’t keen on the idea of their employees working from home. Why employers aren’t fans of remote work Several factors come to mind why most employers find it hard to embrace remote …

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Keeping the Office Safe: Ideas You Can Implement for Safety

Anyone running a business should know how crucial it is to maintain workplace safety. After all, nobody wants someone to get injured while on the job. Plus, keeping workers safe is paramount in establishing a healthy and productive office environment that employees will enjoy working in. That said, here are eight ways to keep your …

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Essential Factors to Consider When Choosing a Career After School

While we were young, our parents and teachers would usually ask us what we want to do when we’re older. Do we want to become a firefighter? An astronaut? A scientist? These are just some career prospects that the younger version of ourselves has been aiming for. Right after high school or college, it’s every …

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Six Commonly Ignored Costs of Starting and Running a Small Business

A lot of entrepreneurs make the mistake of underestimating their business costs, especially when starting their first endeavor. Aside from rent, supplies, equipment, labor, and all the obvious stuff, there are many hidden costs of starting and running a business that, unfortunately, a lot of business owners tend to overlook. That said, do due diligence …

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Protect Yourself While Working Remotely with These Insurance Tips

The demand for a more flexible work setup has been a point of discussion for decades, with 80% of employees looking to work from home. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic happened, and what was once a wish became a reality for many Americans across the country. While the situation is not exactly ideal, it has given both companies …

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