Economy / Labor Force

Prioritizing Our Private Sector

As we near the end of the month, we are nearing the expiration of the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program. This program issues a $600 weekly benefit for Americans that typically do not qualify for unemployment insurance. Those eligible include the individuals who are self-employed, part-time employees and others who do not have qualifying work … Continue reading


Carbon Capture and Labor Loss

A big topic of discussion is climate change. There is a considerable amount of controversy on this topic. Some people declare this as a global crisis, while others do not believe that climate change exists. Regardless of the public opinion, our country has taken initiative to act upon climate change by developing policies that will … Continue reading

Economy / Labor Force

Help Wanted: 5G Tower Climbers

On January 22, 2020, I was fortunate to attend a senate hearing administered by United States Senator and Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, Roger Wicker. Wicker’s agenda of the hearing pertained to the installation of the Fifth Generation (5G) wireless communication across the U.S. The installation of this new technology … Continue reading