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There’s no doubt that employers value soft skills – work ethic, communications skills, a positive attitude and more.
Top of mind with today’s workers are the questions:
Can I retire with confidence?
Will I run out of money before I run out of life?
How much will health care costs be?
Can I count on my Social Security check?
Jimmy Wheeler of Upton won one of the annual Bucks for Bright Ideas awards through a contest held by the Kentucky Innovation Network-Central Region.
Now in its 90th year as a manufacturer and distributor of beekeeping products, the Walter T. Kelley Co. soon will have a new owner.
Its purchase by the Minnesota-based Frandsen Corp. was announced in a statement released Friday. The acquisition is scheduled to close Sept. 9.
Question: I’m always looking for ways to stretch my pennies. I’m open to suggestions.
Answer: Here are some creative budgeting ideas that can make a difference.
Increasing or adjusting Income
Every job requires a certain mix of skills and knowledge. A welder must read blueprints, retailers must have merchandising knowledge, software developers typically need to know C++ and so on.
Dollar General will celebrate the opening of its new Elizabethtown location with a celebration early Saturday.
The company has been relocating its stores in shopping centers to new standalone locations with parking at the door. The latest example is at 2025 N. Mulberry St. on the east side of Elizabethtown.
Question: The biggest practical question of service members transitioning from the military is “how much money do I need to make to maintain my quality of life?”
To better service its customers in the bourbon business, Quest Industries is investing $10 million in a new Elizabethtown plant, which was celebrated Thursday afternoon by state and local officials.
A $10 million investment that will bring up to 45 new jobs will be celebrated today in Elizabethtown.
Gov. Steve Beshear will be among the dignitaries at the grand opening of Quest Industries LLC.
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