These days, people leave jobs and move on to new ones all the time. Chances are, you’ve made at least a few jumps yourself. You’re probably quite familiar with the process of getting your new company email, joining their health insurance plan and deciding which employer-sponsored retirement program to contribute
Last week, August 14th, the yield on the 10-year US Treasury note fell to 1.58 percent, a number that was last reached in late 2016. Also last week, the yield on a 30-year bond fell to 2.03 percent, the lowest record ever. When this happened in 2007, the Great Recession
On Sunday, July 14, 2019, President Trump made a comment via Twitter that “Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen” should “go back” to their own countries. The tweet was largely interpreted as referring to four Democratic congresswomen of color: Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan
The use and abuse of opioids in the United States is not something new. It started during and after the Civil War, when injured soldiers were given morphine for their pains, and consequently got addicted. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, heroin was legal and often used to treat
June is Pride month. It has been a long fight, and we’re still fighting. A fight for equality. A fight for acceptance.  Even with all the progress made, LGBTQ+ individuals still face discrimination in the workplace. To support companies that have embraced diversity is another way to support LGBTQ+ rights.
Parkland. Sandy Hook. Orlando. Vegas. Virginia Tech. Do we need to continue? The truth is that unless something changes the only thing that will continue is gun violence. Gun violence is considered among many to be a public health crisis – it’s this violence that has taken so many innocent