A record 4.3 million workers quit their jobs in August, led by food and retail industries

Written by: Jeff Cox and retrieved from CNBC

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Employment vacancies fell to 10.4 million during the month, a drop of 659,000 from July’s upwardly revised 11.1 million, according to the Labor Department’s JOLTS report.
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The Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs of 2021 by Inc. Magazine

Find the Female Founders 100 list of the Most Inspiring Women of the Year here.

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Financial Advisers Pitch Bitcoin to Investors to Offset Portfolio Losses

Written by: Michael Wursthorn, WSJ

A survey of 529 financial advisers earlier this year found that 14% were using or recommending cryptocurrencies. An ad for bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

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Central bank digital currencies are coming. The US must be prepared

Written by Emily Parker

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Cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin and dogecoin, have dominated the news cycle in recent months. Meanwhile, the rise of another type of digital currency has gotten far less attention: central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

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Economics Major, Vjera Radovic shares her experience with Cane2Cane

Vjera Radovic is a current University of Miami student graduating in 2023 with a major in Economics. She joined the Cane2Cane mentorship platform to connect with professionals in her area of study, as well as outside of it.

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With a cost of over $20 billion and decreased revenue due to no fans, how many billions will Tokyo lose on the Olympics?

By Weston Blasi

The Tokyo Olympics will begin on Friday while Japan is in a state of emergency due to spiking cases of COVID-19 and the dangerous delta variant.

Recent polling suggests 83% of people who live in Japan believe …

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Miami-Dade County just broke a real estate record. Here are the details

BY REBECCA SAN JUAN

Miami-Dade and Broward counties experienced historic residential sales numbers. Above: An aerial view of single-family homes off Lake Santa Barbara in Pompano Beach, FL in April 2021.  MOCNER@MIAMIHERALD.COM

Miami-Dade County in June saw …

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Which Professional Certifications Will Help You Earn the Big Bucks in 2021?

Take the right career step forward by investing in academic essentials – get your success ‘certified’

Learning never stops, be it for a student, a fresher, or a seasoned professional. People of all ages are eager to enrol for a certification …

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Meet Saad Ahmad, Recent Economics Alum

Saad Ahmad graduated from the University of Miami in May 2021 with a major in Economics and a minor in Finance. While pursuing his Bachelor’s, he served as a Congressional Intern for Congressman Cedric Richmond.

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Here’s how these small businesses pivoted to survive during the pandemic

Authored by: Michelle Fox, of CNBC | Here’s how these small businesses pivoted to survive during the pandemic

When the Covid pandemic hit, small business owners across the country scrambled to stay afloat. Those who managed to stay open were the …

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