Month: July 2021

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Co-parents: Prioritize Your Child Over Your Conflict Now

When couples separate or divorce and decide to co-parent, it is already a complicated and difficult set-up in itself. With the coming of the pandemic and its restrictions, the complications and difficulties multiplied. Many daycare centers and schools closed, and children had to remain at home. In such cases, home means staying with either parent …

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The Rise of Road Fatalities in the Pandemic

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation released its reports on Traffic Fatalities in 2020, its sub-categories, and an update on traffic safety during COVID-19. These reports covered vehicle occupants, motorcyclists, bikers, and pedestrians. NHTSA data show that some 38,680 people died in vehicle crash accidents in 2020, a …

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No Summer Trips? No Problem: Cool Indoor Activities Your Kids Can Do Instead

Summer is a great season to go on a vacation. Kids would love a change in environment after being stuck at home for a year. They might also just want to spend time outside with their friends. Besides, the risk of COVID-19 infection and severity of illness is relatively lower in children.  However, going out …

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Attracting the Younger Talent Pool for Your Government Agency

The federal and local government workforce is aging fast. Working for the government has a lot of benefits, which can often include job and income stability, varying insurance policies, and fixed working hours, to name a few. But these aren’t enough to attract the attention of the younger generations. That’s because the young professionals view …

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