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Chronic jobless find work in a tight market

The drop in long-term unemployment, if it continues, would be a welcome development for the recovery from the coronavirus recession. Workers who experience long bouts of unemployment often have a tougher time getting hired because their skills may erode and they face...

Urban planning alumnus Jessica Schellack builds community — with coffee

With an undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan, it makes sense that Jessica has always spent time thinking about space and how people relate to the space around them—especially how a building or business will affect those living in the surrounding community. Prior to pursuing her City and Regional Planning degree, Jessica was living in Colorado and working at a third wave coffee roastery.

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