The global economic implications of COVID-19 have been dominating the headlines this year, but one facet of today’s economy that is often overlooked is the learning loss that can quantifiably wreak havoc on future GDP.
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China’s recovery from COVID-19 crisis remains uneven, with state investment and production leading a relatively weak consumer recovery. Two important trends are emerging that provide insight into both the near term growth trajectory, and how the investment landscape might shape up.
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How applicants and employers may be impacted by the Trump administration’s possible changes to the H1-B visa process.
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