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Although it’s down, the minimum wage issue is far from dead, supporters say. Presenting the final part of the CBJ’s series on Working for a Living.
Iowa is known for its low cost of living, but for workers in the Corridor, affordable housing remains hard to find. We explore the issue in part 2 of the CBJ’s new series, Working for a Living.
Wages are inching up, but so is the Creative Corridor’s cost of living. Just what does it take to make ends meet these days? Presenting the first of a three-part CBJ series examining wages and affordability in the Corridor.
By Scott Bushkie / Guest Column
Your working capital is like gas in your car. Establish a habit of fast payment, slow collections and excess inventory, and you’ve basically turned your well-oiled machine into a gas guzzler. Go into a sale in this condition and you’re basically giving away money.
The retirement of the baby boom generation is playing out in various ways in the Corridor, but none more visible than the current surge in senior living developments. Presenting part I in a new CBJ exclusive series.
Veronica Tessler is thrilled to be living a lifelong dream: She’s running a business that supports her personal beliefs.
Busy Coworking fulfills passion for young professionals
by John Langhorne/Tree Full of Owls
Recently, a psychologist asked a sample of 95 year olds, “If you could live your life over again, what would you do differently?”