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    Wednesday, April 26, 2023
    Your Future Worker Strategy Needs to Contain Fewer Workers

    The fallout of an entire nation encouraging their children to pursue a 4-year degree means that many industries that keep the country functioning will not have the workers they need. The huge food supply industry, utilities, construction, police and fire, garbage collection, and numerous others simply will not be able to operate in their current capacity. Most importantly, the aging boomers will need healthcare as never before and there simply won’t be enough people to staff that sector.

    Ron Hetrick, Sr. Labor Economist, Lightcast

    Thursday, March 30, 2023
    Don’t let your debt manage you: Tips for building credit and keeping your debt under control

    You work hard for your money, and you want to enjoy the financial freedom it can bring, not worry over every penny. But, even in the best of times, carrying debt can cause financial stress. When the economy is less stable, that stress can multiply, and if you don’t manage debt effectively, it can have devastating financial consequences. To alleviate anxiety and put yourself in a stronger financial position, you can take proactive steps like talking to your banker or financial advisor or seeking out

    Damien Haitsuka

    Tuesday, March 28, 2023
    St. Augustine named Best Small Town in the South by Southern Living

    Arguably the crown jewel of Florida’s First Coast, St. Augustine, and superlatives are often mentioned in the same sentence. Already this year, the oldest city in America has been featured on a nationally televised travel show, and its beaches have been named among the best in the United States. And this week, St. Augustine earned a new accolade: The South’s Best Small Town 2023 by Southern Living as part of its annual The South's Best feature.

    The Florida Times Union