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★HARD HIT: A hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, from Brookings, “The COVID-19 recession hit Latino workers hard. Here’s what we need to do.”
★ REAL OR NOT?: Is it the real story? From Fast Company (Compass), “Fake video threatens to rewrite history. Here’s how to protect it”
★ HOPE: A hopeful perspective on our response to the Covid-19 pandemic, from Fast Company (Compass), “This one concept will transform the future of work post-COVID-19”
★ FUTURE OFFICE: A view of what may be the future of the workplace post-Covid-19, from Axios and We Work, “Why the future of the workplace is flexible”
★ WOMEN AT WORK: A snapshot of our Covid-19 pandemic on women in the labor force. From Reuters, “U.S. labor shock from pandemic hit women of color hardest; will it persist?”
★ BLEAK: A bleak future for employment within the oil industry. FromDeloitte, “The future of work in oil, gas and chemicals”
★POLLING SEASON: Election 2020…the polling season, from Gallup, “Economy Tops Voters’ List of Key Election Issues”
★ IN THE AIR: October 5, 2020 from the CDC (updates) “Coronavirus (COVID-19)” including an update to the “How Covid is Spread” webpage.
★ FALL: A moment for your health. From National Public Radio (NPR), “Allergies, Colds, Flu And COVID-19: How To Best Prep For Fall’s ‘Sick Season'”
★ FIRST VACCINE: Warp speed…A brief history of the first vaccine, from BBC, “The chilling experiment which created the first vaccine”
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