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  • As a Branch Sales and Service Associate I, you will strengthen customer relationships with a defined sales process.
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$100,000 – $150,000 a year

  • Consistent Government Business Year after Year!
  • We offer highly competitive rates for our clients but are known for our best in class customer service.

State College, PA

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  • Full and/or Part Time Premium Auditor positions available.
  • Conduct insurance premium audits for Worker’s Compensation and General Liability policies by auditing…

Bellefonte, PA

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  • Seeking experienced insurance premium auditors for contract position completing telephone and voluntary audits online.
  • This position requires no travel.
  • Characteristics: Applicants should be highly committed to serving seniors and have demonstrated
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McConnell thinks bankruptcy, not more federal money, might be best for state and local governments

McConnell’s tough words came a day after the Senate approved a $484 billion bill to help small businesses and hospitals respond to the coronavirus outbreak. The measure did not include funds for state and local governments, despite Democrats arguing they are hard hit by the disease and the corresponding economic fallout.

Instead, McConnell suggested in interviews Wednesday that Democrats are trying to get the federal government to essentially bail out state and local governments for bad decisions they made related to public pension obligations and other sources of expensive debt.

“I would certainly be in favor of allowing states to use the bankruptcy route,” McConnell told Hugh Hewitt in a radio interview. “It saves some cities. And there’s no good reason for it not to be available. My guess is their first choice would be for the federal government to borrow money from future generations to send it down to … Read More

Business & Workers | Washington State Coronavirus Response

Questions about returning to work?

There is important information to know about unemployment as our economy beings to re-open. The state Employment Security Department has developed frequently asked questions about returning to work for employers and workers.

Safe Start plans and guidance for reopening

Visit our Safe Start page for more information about the governor’s phased reopening plan. That page also includes industry-specific guidance for safe reopening.

Business Response Center

Business owners and operators who have questions about financial assistance, return to work and other general inquiries can use our General Business and Return to Work Inquiry form to ask our Business Response Center team for answers. First, visit the frequently asked questions for businesses page to see if your question or concern is already addressed. If you’re unable to find an answer, please submit your question through our form.

How to file for unemployment benefits

Economic Recovery and Resiliency

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Washington State Housing Finance Commission



Washington State Housing Finance Commission

The Algerian Finance Minister debunked the government over the country’s finance following the crash of global oil, noting that the situation is dire and that it is pointless to lie.

Abderrahmane Raouya, during an improvised press conference in capital Algiers Wednesday, confirmed that the state finances have drastically dwindled, TSA reports.

The North African country has seen its resources affected after the oil prices have plunged across the globe due to low demand as the lockdown because of the novel covid-19 reduced economic activity worldwide.

The country’s national budget depends heavily on oil and gas revenues, which account for 97 per cent of total sales abroad.

The current national budget was built on a price of $50 a barrel at a time benchmark international crudes are trading at their lowest in about two decades. The country’s crude oil, Saharan blend, dropped and is currently sold at around $11.72 per barrel.

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Car insurance rates by state 2020: Most and least expensive

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Michigan once again topped the list for expensive car insurance. This is now the seventh year in a row, and ninth time in the past 11 years, that the Wolverine State has won this dubious honor. The state’s average premium is nearly $3,000.

When it comes to expensive car insurance premiums, Michigan is head and shoulders above the competition with an average annual premium of $2,878. This is a stunning $489 more than second place Louisiana and a whopping 90% higher than the national average of $1,517. Car insurance in Michigan costs three times more than it does in our cheapest state, Maine, where the average premium is a mere $912 a year.

The top three most expensive states stayed the same compared to last year. Louisiana came in second and Florida finished in third. Texas moved up to the fourth spot and California is now the fifth most expensive

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Federal, State, & Local Governments



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Government finances include revenues, expenditures (spending), debt, and assets (cash and security holdings). Although states and local governments differ among one another in how they record their activities in their legislation and accounting systems, the Census Bureau classifies their data into standard categories so that they may be compared more easily.

These statistics are collected quarterly or annually. Every fifth year (years ending in ‘2’ and ‘7’) the Census of Governments is conducted. The same questions are asked as in the annual

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NMSU College of Business | New Mexico State University

This semester marks the start of my sixth year as the dean of the College of Business at New Mexico State University. It has been a privilege to lead this college and advance its mission to transform lives by providing highly respected programs, instruction and scholarly activities that drive economic, social, educational and community development for New Mexico’s diverse population.
Student success remains at the core of our mission. One of my top priorities since joining the College of Business in 2014 has been to improve the social mobility of students who pursue degrees in our college. To achieve this and further our mission of transforming the lives of our students, we have implemented several initiatives that engage in our primary areas of interest: recruiting, retaining, educating, graduating and placing our current and future students.

Part of ensuring student success means engaging with students before they enter college. For the

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