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How To Earn $100K Per Year With An Ohio Economic Development Degree

A recent graduate from Ohio’s Industrial and Technology College of Design is making $100,000 per year with an engineering degree. Joe Koehler, who earned his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Industrial and Technical College of Art and Design, told Bloomberg Businessweek that the $100k per year he earned was in line with what he earned in

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Medical News Tomorrow

A report says that the United States is seeing a record number of deaths in the country due to the coronavirus outbreak, the highest number of reported deaths since the pandemic began in March 2015.In an analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Associated Press reports that the total number

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How Google is making us stupid

Google’s artificial intelligence algorithm has become a ubiquitous tool in our lives.But its main tool has always been to determine the relative merits of competing offers.Now, with Google Now and the accompanying “preferences” feature, the search giant has introduced a third way to assess how much value a given offer is worth.The results can be

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How to avoid bubbles and bubbles in the global economy

When bubbles burst, the global financial system collapses, and the global market for securities goes into meltdown, people are left scrambling to find a way to deal with it.The global economy has been in a state of crisis for over two decades now.But what happens if the global system goes into a state that has

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When NFL players will be allowed to practice in Mexico

The Associated Press article MEXICO CITY — The NFL has ruled that the players of the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, who have been arrested in Mexico, are free to practice and compete in Mexico if they want.The league’s executive vice president of legal affairs said Monday that the Patriots and Broncos are not

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How the recession affected the US economy

Economic Freedom Day, an annual celebration of economic freedom, was celebrated today by President Obama and the top economic officials in the US.The president told a joint session of Congress that the recession that began in late 2009 affected the economy in a number of ways, including reducing consumer spending and employment, and putting a

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When It Comes to Business, Trump Is a Man of Many Decisions

Businesses have long tried to use government programs to promote innovation, and they are increasingly seeing the benefits of such programs as they compete to stay competitive.But they also have to navigate a complicated, often complex and uncertain world, where competition is fierce.That’s where Donald Trump comes in, and his business-friendly approach to government policies