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Check out this interesting indictment of Connecticut’s inability to get sophisticated about the skills missing in the workforce: https://www.nhregister.com/opinion/article/Joseph-Carbone-Critical-...
Check out this on point description of the deceptive jobs recovery in Connecticut - Carbone claims that CT government is incapable of thinking strategically about skills needed in the workforce. See <a href=“https://www.nhregister.com/opinion/articl&hellip;
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Over winter break, I headed south to try and find some warmer temps. Most of my trip was spent in Patagonia, but that's for another post. Before heading to the end of the planet, I wanted to visit Uruguay. Uruguay has been on my list for many years,…
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Montevideo 101

Over winter break, I headed south to try and find some warmer temps. Most of my trip was spent in Patagonia, but that's for another post. Before heading to the end of the planet, I wanted to visit Uruguay. Uruguay has been on my list for many…

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An October 2018 article from the Motley Fool questions the integrity of the online retail giant Amazon, claiming it to be a monopolist in the market. We examine statements from its author, Adam Levine-Weinberg, and contrast them to historic and…

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Debates over the balance of power between U.S. state governments and the U.S. Federal government have been long-standing and on-going since the nation was established. Moreso, the debate is feverish within the court system over the issue of dual…

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