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Caesars Virginia Hiring Event In Danville March 23-24, 2023 (Plus Online Application)

Caesars Virginia is holding a hiring event March 23-24 at the Averett University North Campus at Frank Campbell Stadium. Full-time and part-time positions are available for table games dealers, cocktail servers, bartenders, and many more positions with on-the-spot offers. They also have an online application you can find with this link.

High Unemployment Numbers Leads To A Year Of Few Labor Strikes In 2020 – The NewsRoom Syndicate

The Bureau of Labor Services released its annual report today documenting the number of labor strikes and disruptions in the previous year. They found that last year marked the third fewest number of strikes in an annual period since 1947.

The year began, though, with a large number of workers on strike:

There were 27,000 workers involved in major work stoppages that began in 2020. The education and health services industry supersector accounted for over 75 percent of idled workers. Within these sectors, 21,700 workers were idled for 26 cumulative days. In 2017, 25,300 workers were idled and the information sector accounted for the majority of idled workers at 15,000 workers. In 2009, 12,500 workers were idled with almost half of the idled workers coming from one stoppage in the transportation and warehousing sector.

Overall, though, last year had eight major work stoppages, defined by 1,000 or more workers on strike. The lowest annual total was five in 2009, the year after the 2008 stock market crash and real estate meltdown. Last year of course unemployment exploded to even higher levels than it did in that economic slowdown and today the real unemployment level remains around 11-12%.

United Airlines (NASDAQ: UAL) Prepares As Airline Industry Pushes Back Against Biden Administration Talk Of Required Covid Travel Tests – The Newsroom Syndicate

The new administration of President Biden is facing a blizzard of troubles left over from the previous administration as it begins its term. The economy is in shambles, the Covid vaccine roll-out has proven to be slower than many predicted a year ago, and there was turmoil in Washington around the Capitol. In many ways Biden risks being overwhelmed by the depth of the trouble.

The Biden administration immediately put stricter travel regulations for people coming into the United States with mandatory quarantines and Covid testing requirements. There was talk of mandating that all passengers taking airplane flights inside the United States take a Covid test before flying in order to halt the spread of the virus.

That talk has now seemed to have a hit a wall after a meeting with top airline executives and Biden administration Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigiege and several members of the CDC took place over zoom last Friday.

Among those attending were the CEOs of American, United, Southwest, Alaska, and JetBlue along with airline union leaders.

“We had a very positive, constructive conversation focused on our shared commitment to science-based policies as we work together to end the pandemic, restore air travel and lead our nation toward recovery,” Nick Calio, head of the trade group Airlines for America, said after the meeting.

A leader of the Southwest Airlines pilots’ union said that a testing mandate “would decimate domestic air travel demand, put aviation jobs at risk, and create serious unintended consequences.”

No changes after this meeting took place and it now seems unlikely that further testing mandates will be demanded for internal domestic travel. The situation for incoming international travel into the US remains the same with the following CDC guidance: “All air passengers coming to the United States, including U.S. citizens, are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board a flight to the United States.”

United Airlines (NASDAQ: UAL), however just launched Covid testing access integrated with an App as part of its passenger operations as reported by CBS.

Apps increasingly are becoming the key mechanism for corporations to market to Americans and to monitor them.

Who And What Is The NewsRoom Syndicate – Mike Swanson

Hello, my name is Mike Swanson and I am the founder of WallStreetWindow, a financial website that has been around now for more than 18 years, owned by Timingwallstreet, Inc, of which I am the owner and President of. This brand new website, The NewsRoom Syndicate, has two purposes.

The first is to publish national news stories posted on this site to be syndicated on WallStreetWindow or any other site that wants to use them so that they have more content to share with their audience. WallStreetWindow, has over 1,000 visitors a day and an email list with over 25,000 subscribers, who we email Monday-Friday with a morning news digest.

For info on how to share these stories on TheNewsRoomSyndicate and republish them on your own news outlet, website, or blog click here.

The second purpose of this website is to create an outlet that has the ability to produce quality articles on stories that are not really being covered by the mainstream media or “alternative” media adequately. We do short news clip stories in order to maintain an audience, but also devote resources to a few high quality in-depth articles a month. By allowing these to be shared by anyone who wants to do so we can get them out to as many people as we can so that the information and those that find it and write about it can have the most impact possible through the use of Creative Commons licensing. This is why this website is called The NewsRoom Syndicate.

-Mike Swanson

Here Is How To Import Our Unique Content Into Your Website

If you have a website or blog then you know that the best way to keep and grow your audience is to give them content that they will consume and enjoy as frequently as you can. Republishing the content of others is one of the best ways to do this, and a strategy that we employ ourselves on our parent site This website is designed as a free newswire service with articles of national interest.

You are free to use the unique content on this website under a Creative Commons license: Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0), meaning you must link back to the original post and cannot change it when you use it. The unique content has a notice on it towards the top of the right sidebar on individual posts, with a button in which you can press to manually copy and paste the html code of the post like this:

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To make things really easy for you also can also import our unique content into your website by using our RSS feed.

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You can also use this special unique content creative commons feed from our parent site for financial articles:

There are a variety of plugins you can use with WordPresss to do this, however we use the PressForward plugin, because it enables us to subscribe to many RSS feeds while picking and choosing which posts we want to republish on our websites.

-Mike Swanson

Distribute All Or Some Of Your Content To The World Join The Syndicate Network

The best way to get your original content consumed by more people is to get it distributed as much as you can across the internet. Our syndication open network directory can allow you to do that, by enabling other websites and blogs to republish your content on their websites, with a link back to your original post. The links back to your own website also will give you SEO benefits, which can help the rest of your website get better visibility in the search engines and hence more traffic too.

All you have to do is find the RSS feed for your website and send Mike Swanson an email requesting to be added to the directory with a link to the feed. To contact Mike just go to his contact page by clicking here.

Anyone on the internet has access to this directory and is free to reprint the posts of the feeds listed in it on their website, with the condition that they cannot change the posts and must link back to the original post when they republish it on their own site.

You can find the directory on this page.

Now if you have a lot of content on your website we recommend that you make an RSS feed just for syndication purposes. This way you can choose to syndicate just some of your content and not all of it and have control of what you want distributed on other websites.

Here is how to do that with WordPress.

To submit your RSS feed contact Mike Swanson by clicking here.