Guest Column

May 11, 2021

On Friday, May 7th 2021, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that ‘Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 266,000 in April, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 6.1 percent. Notable job gains in leisure and hospitality, other services, and local government education were ...

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Given the importance of the consumer to the economy, and the importance of employment conditions to the consumer, monthly jobs reports always command the market's attention. The April employment report released on Friday was particularly eye-catching given its sizable disappointment amid a recent ...

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It’s been awhile since I’ve given a municipal complex update. I’ll have to admit, once we moved into the new building in December, we all breathed a huge sigh of relief yet there was also a feeling of having to quickly to pivot no longer focus on “the big move,” but to then focus on finishing up ...

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A business associate told me upon learning of our common interest in the game of pocket billiards or pool that having proficiency in the game of pool is a sign of a misspent youth. Playing pool meant time spent inside pool halls or recreation halls trying to master a game of sinking multi-colored ...

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What’s the biggest financial mistake you can make? Choosing the wrong investments? Waiting too long to save for retirement? Underestimating the costs of retirement? All these are reasonable answers, but the biggest mistake you might make is not looking at your financial picture holistically – that ...

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In March, my home state of New Jersey signed into law the Murphy, Reynolds-Jackson & Verrelli Bill requiring schools to include diversity and inclusion (DNI) instruction into their curriculums. When I read that news I was first ecstatic.  I love social justice!  I live and breathe diversity and ...

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Our culture and society has been under attack now for over a year. One of the basic aspects of what makes us Americans, what makes us human, what connects us to each other has been taken away. It has been assaulted by a virus, and eroded by the needed response to it. Our shared communal experiences ...

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Everyone Who's Been Suffering. Our world has changed Like never before and it's so sad Every day because our lives have changed So much in life today and so many families suffering Like never before and this killer virus is here to stay And we where all caught and unaware and it's ...

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April is National Autism Awareness Month which means it is the right time to talk about Autism, the Autism Spectrum, and what it actually means. As of 2016, 1 out of every 54 children in the United States has been diagnosed as having an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).   This matters to me ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - What is the real function of the SAT and ACT as it relates to the college admission process? TAPinto talks with Eva Addae and David Blobaum, co-founders of Summit Prep, in a series of articles to further the conversation regarding this topic.  Addae and Blobaum set up the ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Email marketing is the tried-and-true strategy of sending emails to engage with your business’s prospects and customers.  It’s the most direct and effective way of connecting with your audience and converting them into customers. What’s more, email marketing consistently ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - What is the real function of the SAT and ACT as it relates to the college admission process? TAPinto talks with Eva Addae and David Blobaum, co-founders of Summit Prep, in a series of articles to further the conversation regarding this topic.  In this video discussion, Eva ...

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Again we are grappling to deal with (what may officially be deemed) an act of racially motivated violence in our nation.  This time against Asian Americans. This breaks our hearts, and we want to take a moment to acknowledge the reality and impact of these awful acts, and to stand together with our ...

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Students nationwide are falling behind as schools go ahead and continue to stay online. As the majority of schools started the fall 2020 semester online amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many students continued struggling academically, socially and emotionally. Numerous reports are showing distressing ...

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Article series: Function of SAT and ACT as it helps with the college admissions process. BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - Let’s correct the myths that are buzzing around the academic community regarding the use of SAT and ACT scores with the college admissions process.  TAPinto sat with David Blobaum, ...

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Interested to see what the ACT will look like as an online test? Here’s a preview. ----------------------------------------------------------- Editor's Note: Summit Prep with locations in Summit and Bernardsville is an advertiser with TAPinto.net. To learn more visit their ...

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Often times people associate the idea of Botox entirely to cosmetics, but many haven’t heard about how successful it may be to ending chronic migraines. This FDA- approved treatment has been proven to treat and prevent this life altering disease. For several years now people have turned to Botox ...

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Most people by now have heard the real estate market updates. Inventory is extremely low, demand is extremely high, mortgage rates are low. However, one effect of the COVID-19 pandemic that is helping infuse the market with newly married urban transplants is significant money saved from canceled or ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Having an online presence is a crucial aspect of boosting your business, but a website alone is often not enough to drive engagement and convert leads to customers. In order to effectively market your business, a business needs to invest in content marketing.  Content ...

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