Two years later, foundations face bond issuance in pandemic – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By THALIA BEATY, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — When the Ford Foundation took the unprecedented step of paying off $1 billion in debt in June 2020, Two years later, all foundations stand by their decision to take on long-term debt, allowing some to essentially double the size of their grants. But they also warn … Read more

China’s youth face grim job market as COVID slows economy – US News & World Report | CialisWay

BEIJING (AP) — Liu Qian, who is job-hunting with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her and then said the jobs had been cut. Others asked her to take a lesser wage. She’s one of 11 million new graduates desperate for work in a bleak job market as anti-virus controls force factories, restaurants … Read more

Russian troops begin attack on two towns in eastern Ukraine – Brunswick News | CialisWay

Kyiv, Ukraine (AP) – Russian forces began attacking two key cities in eastern Donetsk region on Saturday and continued rocket and shell attacks on other Ukrainian cities, including one near Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, Ukrainian military said and local officials. The two cities of Bakhmut and Avdiivka were seen as key targets of the … Read more

5 things to consider when looking for a new job – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By ADRIANA MORGA and CORA LEWIS, The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Finding a new job is a balancing act: some people are switching roles for shorter commutes or a better salary, others want health insurance or flexible hours, and still others are looking for a job in a new or different industry. Hiring … Read more

Strong US hiring rate likely to ease as recession fears mount – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By PAUL WISEMAN, AP business writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The US job market has defied raging inflation, rising interest rates and growing fears of a recession. Month after month, US employers hired hundreds of thousands of workers, often exceeding forecasts. But now economists fear signs of weakness are emerging in recruitment, threatening one of the … Read more