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Skills that will be necessary to find a job post-COVID-19

Data from LinkedIn suggests soft skills will be the most in-demand as the economy begins to rebuild and 2020 grads look for work.

  • Today's graduates are entering the worst job market since the Great Depression.
  • LinkedIn's annual "Grad's Guide to Getting Hired" report states that soft skills like leadership and communication will be the most in-demand.
  • Even before the coronavirus economy, experts extolled soft skills as critical for tomorrow's work force.
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    Plant-based meats bloom as coronavirus spoils meat industry

    Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods find a greater foothold in the market as demand for plant-based meats rises.

  • Crowded conditions and a lack of safety protocols at meat processing facilities have created transmission hot spots for coronavirus.
  • The plant-based meat industry has grown during the pandemic, with stocks growing and new partnerships formed.
  • America's meat obsession won't change soon, but some experts forecast the start of a titanic shift.
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    Could price gouging during a crisis actually be moral?

    Price gouging is prohibited in 34 US states and Washington D.C. But two scholars ask whether that's the way it should be.

    • Paper products, hand sanitizer, masks, and cleaning wipes—all are in high demand and short supply during the COVID-19 crisis.
    • Price gougers are viewed as villains in this crisis—but two scholars argue that price gouging is, in most cases, morally permissible.
    • Increased prices prevent unnecessary hoarding. Buyers purchase only what they need when they need it. Also, producers are incentivized to make more. When the supply rises, prices will fall.
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    3 things that happen to the cryptocurrency markets during times of economic uncertainty

    Unfortunately, it's getting easier to predict what might happen to cryptocurrencies when the economy takes a nosedive.

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    • Born in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, Bitcoin hasn't yet faced a downturn like we're starting to experience.
    • Based on the developments of recent weeks, some crypto market trends are starting to emerge.
    • Bitcoin's relationship to gold is strong, futures and options are losing their lure, and stablecoins are on the rise.
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    Who's profiting most from the coronavirus outbreak?

    Stock markets may be plummeting, but that doesn't mean the spread of COVID-19 is hurting everyone's bottom line.

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    • The novel coronavirus has so far infected more than 110,000 people and killed nearly 4,000.
    • "Stay-at-home" companies — like Netflix and Amazon — seem to be uniquely poised to weather the outbreak.
    • Media companies also appear to be profiting from surges in coronavirus-related traffic.
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