Archive: April, 2020

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Apr2020
During the 2020 pandemic-driven economic disaster, the next rounds of stimulus spending from Washington should fund one million community service jobs. Read more.

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Apr2020
The latest news, success stories and informational resources in the world of workforce. Read more.

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Apr2020
The businesses must limit occupancy to no more than 25%. Abbott said the state's stay-at-home order "has done its job to slow the growth of COVID-19." Read more.

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Apr2020
The Texas Workforce Commission opened a new call center on Friday, April 24 in order to help with the influx of calls regarding unemployment benefits amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.

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Apr2020
The bill will temporarily replenish about $320 billion into a forgivable loan fund earmarked for small businesses. Read more.

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Apr2020

Perryman: Chaos

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Recovery of oil prices is particularly critical to Texas. When exploration, drilling, production, oilfield services, pipelines, storage, refining, shipping, and other aspects of the energy sector are considered, oil from the Permian Basin alone supports about 10% of the Texas economy, with the industry statewide comprising about 13-14 ... Read More

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Apr2020
The Rural Capital Board has partnered with a number of state and community organizations on several initiatives to serve the employers and job seekers in that area, including JobsNow!, Entrepreneurship Boot Camps, and PATHS Grant. Read more.

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Apr2020
As a result of the waiver, new APRN graduates who have applied for APRN licensure with the Board of Nursing and have met all licensure requirements except national certification may begin practicing under direct physician supervision. Read more.

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Apr2020
Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area developed and implemented a comprehensive outreach strategy to focused on creating value, reducing fear, boosting reassurance, supporting employers, putting people to work amidst the COVID pandemic. Read more.

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Apr2020
Bonnen raised the idea in a letter earlier this month to Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. Read more.

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