A labor market that’s cooling, but not cool
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The July job openings report hints at a market getting closer to being in balance. Plus, salmonella testing could become more efficient soon.
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Federal data also shows fewer people quit last month, bringing rates back in line with pre-pandemic levels.
They're dropping coverage as premiums rise and protection shrinks, despite extreme weather brought on by climate change.
Prices are rising, rates are climbing and supply is dwindling. That puts people who already own a home ahead.
A research team from multiple universities is developing technology that can detect salmonella contamination in a matter of minutes. They aim to take the results from sensors and pair them with other data to strengthen the safety and resilience of the supply of chicken.
Juggling hors d'oeuvres and handshakes is no easy task.