Category: Ohio unemployment

Many of those who lost their jobs during the pandemic would come back for the right pay and the right job, CNBC survey findsMany of those who lost their jobs during the pandemic would come back for the right pay and the right job, CNBC survey finds



In a potentially good sign for the economy, the CNBC All-America Workforce Survey finds that many Americans who have retired or become unemployed during the pandemic would consider returning to

Appalachian groups urge Biden and Congress to ensure climate action helps communities in energy transition – Appalachian VoicesAppalachian groups urge Biden and Congress to ensure climate action helps communities in energy transition – Appalachian Voices



Appalachian groups and partner organizations send letter requesting clean energy transition spending that will help coal-affected communities and others improve their economies APPALACHIANS – Today, dozens of national Appalachian organizations

Northeast Ohio Agencies Prepare for Summit and Possible Resettlement of Ukrainian Refugees | The sound of ideasNortheast Ohio Agencies Prepare for Summit and Possible Resettlement of Ukrainian Refugees | The sound of ideas



Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created a humanitarian crisis. More than two million people fled the country as Russia stepped up its attacks. The United Nations has described the situation

COVID-19 turns 2 in Ohio today; a look at the pandemic in numbers: school children, cases, vaccinations and moreCOVID-19 turns 2 in Ohio today; a look at the pandemic in numbers: school children, cases, vaccinations and more



CLEVELAND, Ohio – Wednesday marked the two-year anniversary of the confirmation of the first three cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, kicking off a period of lockdowns, work and homeschooling, temporary

“It’s a cruel and unusual punishment:” Thousands of people await answers on unemployment overpayment waivers“It’s a cruel and unusual punishment:” Thousands of people await answers on unemployment overpayment waivers



“Imagine a single mom that’s already stressed out and struggling and it’s the holidays and you think you’ve received that $ 10,000 overpayment, and you’re told your only relief for