While COVID-19 and its economic ramifications have affected people of all ages, it may be hardest on millennials. So what does the millennial job market look like in NC?
Navigating through unemployment has been challenging for many since the beginning of the pandemic. Some people received a notice of termination of extended benefits this week, creating more confusion. Where do we stand now and what does this mean for you if you are still unemployed?
The pandemic and its anticipated aftermath reveals vulnerabilities in our current economic systems, and it'll change how we do business. These changes create new opportunities for small businesses in North Carolina.
Employment statistics can mask trends in individual industries. In other words, even though the job market looks bleak overall, there may still be jobs available, depending on which companies you look at. North Carolina's biotech job market, for example, is still open for business.
Freelancing wasn't immune to the COVID-19 downturn, but reports and individuals agree that freelancing has some particular advantages right now. What should you know from the numbers and the real freelancers navigating remote work?
The “COVID-life crisis” led some to reevaluate their priorities and reinvest in their passions. Some even turned those passions into successful companies. Does this mean we can expect good things for future North Carolina startups?