Extra Unemployment Benefits Set To Expire September 6th, To Effect 7.5 Million People

August 9, 2021

According to Century Foundation, about 7.5 million workers on pandemic-era unemployment benefits will be cut off when extra benefits expire on September 6th. Critics of pandemic aid have say the benefits, have kept people from accepting new jobs that would jumpstart the economy. But, research also shows that financial assistance hasn’t kept people from taking […]

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Rihanna Is The Richest Female Musician In The World, According To Forbes

August 6, 2021

Congratulations to Rihanna, according to Forbes she is now worth $1.7 billion. Making her the wealthiest female musician in the world and second only to Oprah Winfrey as the richest female entertainer. The artist who’s real name Robyn Fenty, launched Fenty Beauty in 2017 and is the bulky of her fortune. Worth an estimated $1.4 billion. […]

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Rihanna Joins The Billionaires Club

August 6, 2021

Singer, actress and cosmetics, and lingerie mogul Rihanna has joined ‘the billionaires club.’ According to Forbes, Rihanna is “the wealthiest female musician in the world and second to Oprah as the richest female entertainer.” Her net worth estimates at $1.7 billion. The majority of this money surprisingly does not come from her music career, but […]

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Are you crypto-curious?

July 28, 2021

Are you crypto-curious? Did you know 60% of people that own cryptocurrency rate their knowledge level about crypto to be very low..well The King of Crypto Jay Hicks is giving you knowledgeable SCOOPS! Inside his very entertaining and informative new Ebook Two Scoops of crypto! Finally, a Crypto eBook that explains the WHY! Why, You […]

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Teens Titans? 16 to 19 Year Olds Now Make Up 33.2% Of The National Workforce

July 26, 2021

Are Teens the new Workforce Titans? According to the Associated Press, teenagers have become one of the largest segments of the working population. The reported say that in May, 33.2% of teens ages 16 to 19 were in the national workforce, the highest figure for teen workers since the Great Recession of 2008. As the […]

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NY State Offering Jobs To Help Stop Gun Violence In Rochester

July 23, 2021

To help stop gun violence arcoss NY State, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced 1,813 jobs will be available for at-risk youth across these three areas in the ZIP codes that make up each zone. 961 jobs for Western New York, 631 jobs for Rochester, and 256 jobs for Syracuse Governor Cuomo said. “We remain committed to […]

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Megan Thee Stallion Is The 1st Hip-Hop Artist On S.I. Swimsuit Edition Cover

July 20, 2021

The Hot Girl Summer continues for Megan Thee Stallion. The 3X Grammy-winning rapper is the 1st Hip-Hop Artist to make the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. Megan says her love for the magazine goes back to another history-making cover star, Tyra Banks (who became the first Black model to snag a solo cover in […]

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The National Urban League’s 2021 State of Black America

July 16, 2021

Join Urban League of Rochester President and CEO, Dr. Seanelle Hawkins for a extensive report on the effect of COVID-19, Employment, Racial Injustice and more. During National Urban League’s 2021 State of Black America report, “The New Normal: Diverse, Equitable & Inclusive,” Thursday July 15th at starting at 2pm. The Event will stream on @NatUrbanLeague’s Facebook, […]

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You Can Now Get A Hair Cut On Sunday’s In NYS

July 14, 2021

Did you know there was law on the books making it a misdemeanor to cut hair or provide a shave to another person on Sunday? Neither did I! Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation Tuesday that repeals provisions of law prohibiting the practice of barbering on Sunday. Cuomo said “This is the very definition of […]

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Is Your Job Toxic? Poor Work Place Environment Could Lead To Depression

July 14, 2021

Is your work environment “toxic”? A new study published in the British Medical Journal says, a workplace toxicity starts flowing from the top, with poor management practices, priorities, and values. High job demands and low resources, leads to more bullying and a higher rate of burnout. Over the course of an entire year a University of […]

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