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Appeals court: Indiana must resume unemployment benefits

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the state temporarily continue payment of federal unemployment benefits, affirming an earlier court order...

Bonus pay for essential workers varied widely across states

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For putting their health on the line during the coronavirus pandemic, prison guards in Missouri got an extra $250 per...

Holly Ackison

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FRANKLIN, INDIANA Holly Ackison, 43, passed away at her residence on July 2, 2021. A celebration of life gathering will be...

Biden seeks to strengthen options for workers with new order

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President Joe Biden plans to sign an executive order that will reduce the ability of employers to prevent workers from going to rival firms...

Indiana delays unemployment benefits despite judge’s ruling

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development said Wednesday that it still hasn’t decided how to continue payment of federal unemployment benefits, more than...

As employers struggle to fill jobs, teens come to the rescue

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WASHINGTON — The owners of restaurants, amusement parks and retail shops, many of them desperate for workers, are sounding an unusual note of gratitude...

Galesburg, an American crossroad, tunes out feuding Congress

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GALESBURG, Ill. — Pickup trucks and cars rumble north across...

Fewer working-age people may slow economy. Will it lift pay?

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WASHINGTON — As America's job market rebounds this summer and the need for workers intensifies, employers won't likely have a chance to relax anytime...

San Francisco Fed’s Daly: Healthy economy needs less support

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WASHINGTON — With interest rates ultra-low even as the U.S. economy swiftly improves, Federal Reserve officials are divided over how quickly they should adjust...

As US companies scramble to hire, workers enjoy upper hand

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WASHINGTON — With the economy growing rapidly as it reopens from the pandemic, many employers are increasingly desperate to hire. Yet evidence suggests that...