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Student startup teams vie for $75000 at WSU's 18th annual Business Plan Competition | WSU Insider | Washington State University - WSU News

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Student startup teams vie for $75000 at WSU's 18th annual Business Plan Competition | WSU Insider | Washington State University - WSU News Student startup teams vie for $75000 at WSU's 18th annual Business Plan Competition | WSU Insider | Washington State University - WSU News Three student startups win Rice University's Napier launch challenge - Houston Chronicle List of Endorsing Bodies for Innovator and Startup Visas - Lexology Student startup teams vie for $75000 at WSU's 18th annual Business Plan Competition | WSU Insider | Washington State University - WSU News Posted: 30 Apr 2021 09:12 AM PDT The WSU Center for Entrepreneurial Studies virtually hosted 28 student venture teams across three different leagues, representing nearly 150 students, who presented their business ideas and competed for cash and in-kind prizes totaling more than $75,000. By Sue McMurray, Carson College of

These Are the Hottest Careers for Entry-Level Workers - GOBankingRates

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These Are the Hottest Careers for Entry-Level Workers - GOBankingRates These Are the Hottest Careers for Entry-Level Workers - GOBankingRates Posted: 30 Apr 2021 12:41 PM PDT Money / Jobs tsyhun / Shutterstock.com Remote work options rank a close second behind salary when it comes to what entry-level jobseekers consider as they graduate college and prepare to enter the workforce, according to a new survey from FlexJobs.   Find Out:   The Most and Least Expensive States to Work From Home Learn More: What Will Happen to These Cities If Remote Work Becomes the Norm? While 76% look at salary as the main consideration, 71% listed remote work options and work-life balance as top factors they look at when evaluating a position. In fact, remote work options are so important as we shift to a post-pandemic era, that 24% of those polled said they would take a pay cut to work from home, and 32% said they would give up some vacation time.  

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business and Tenant Assistance Programs - MRSC

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business and Tenant Assistance Programs - MRSC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business and Tenant Assistance Programs - MRSC Posted: 10 Apr 2021 12:11 AM PDT This page provides examples of small business and tenant relief programs, including utility collection policies and shutoff moratoriums, that have been adopted by local governments in Washington State as a result of the 2020 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This information is geared toward local government staff and officials and is not intended as a comprehensive list of resources available to small businesses or residents. It is part of MRSC's  Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Local Governments  series. Latest Updates To help you keep track of the rapidly changing situation related to COVID-19, here is a summary of recent changes to this page: Thursday, April 15 The U.S. Treasury Department has created a new website dedicated to C

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