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Even more Remote Employees

Even more Remote Employees

An even larger shift to remote employees is likely on the horizon. Many businesses that fought the trend of employees working remotely are now realizing that in being forced to shut down their offices, remote employees are still efficient, effective, economical, and something millennials and Generation Z demand.

This trend is something that started over a decade ago, but it will continue to be amplified in this new decade and following the COVID-19 outbreak.

This trend will be relevant not just in 2020, but likely well beyond. Making decisions and positioning your company now for this change in the business world will make sure your business is ready and at the forefront of the new remote, digital technology revolution.

If you are interested in a remote position, register your resume by completing the form below, with a link to an up-to-date resume.

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Have you heard?  There are great opportunities for Remote IT Talent!

Have you heard? There are great opportunities for Remote IT Talent!

Employers are still looking to hire Remote and on-site IT Talent. We’re here to help you find the one that’s best matched to your skills.

Register your resume by completing the form below, with a link to an up-to-date resume to let us know that you’re open to opportunities.

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$70K Top Job Pick: C# FinTech Developer Coral Springs, Florida

$70K Top Job Pick: C# FinTech Developer Coral Springs, Florida

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Are you a C# Developer with Credit Card Payment Gateway and Processing software development experience?  Do you know what EMV means?

Even with the Covid-19 situation, this position is offering a salary in the $65K to $70K range.  When people return to work in-person, the location is in Coral Springs, Florida.

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Are you ready for the Tech hiring boom?

Are you ready for the Tech hiring boom?

If you are interested in getting back to work, email your resume to [email protected]

Industries all across Florida are navigating the ‘reopening’ of Florida’s economy. Some of the hardest-hit sectors, retail, and hospitality, are cautiously optimistic about successfully operating under the pandemic.

Reopening Florida – Phase 1

Here’s what is allowed as Florida enters phase one:

  • Restaurants can offer outdoor seating with 6-foot spacing between tables and indoor seating is limited to 25-percent capacity.
  • Retail stores can operate at 25-percent of indoor capacity.
  • Starting Monday, barbershops and hair salons can reopen with 25-percent of indoor capacity.
  • Elective surgeries can resume.
  • No changes to closures for bars, nightclubs, gyms, and theaters.
  • Schools remain distance-learning only.
  • Visits to senior living facilities are still prohibited.
  • Pharmacists in Florida will now be allowed to administer COVID-19 tests.
  • Local governments will be allowed to have more restrictive policies than the state.

Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties are currently excluded from phase one but Palm Beach County will enter it on Monday, leaving just Miami-Dade and Broward as the only remaining Florida counties left out of phase one of reopening.

Even with this greatly reduced economic activity level, we are seeing an increased demand for remote tech positions.

If you are interested in getting back to work, email your resume to [email protected]

New Argonne study reveals Effective Mask Material you probably have at home!

New Argonne study reveals Effective Mask Material you probably have at home!

Here’s a new study about the best mask material to add to your pile of mask studies. Do you have silk or flannel or chiffon lying around?

Maybe you’ve hacked together a DIY mask from an old T-shirt or pillowcase over the last few weeks. That’s probably good enough for most uses, but if you want to get precise about it, a new study suggests that a combination of two materials could do even more to protect you from spreading or getting the coronavirus. A mask made from a layer of high-thread-count cotton plus two layers of chiffon or silk performs nearly as well as an N95 mask—and does better than an N95 mask at capturing the smallest particles the scientists shot at it.

Shortly after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began recommending that Americans should wear cloth masks in public, researchers at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory began studying how well different fabrics worked. “We found that there was very little scientific data on the measurement of the filtration efficiencies of these masks,” says Supratik Guha, a professor of molecular engineering at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago.

In a lab at Argonne, the researchers used equipment to generate aerosols of sodium chloride, which is typically used to test commercial respirators. A fan blew the aerosols into a collection chamber, where the scientists measured the particles that made it past each fabric sample. The study looked at particles ranging from 10 nanometers to six micrometers—at the largest, roughly a tenth of the width of a human hair. Though epidemiologists believe that the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, most likely spreads through large droplets that quickly fall to the ground after someone coughs, sneezes, or talks, it’s still not settled whether tinier “aerosol” droplets that hang in the air longer could also spread the virus. The new study looked at a range of particle sizes since it isn’t yet clear how the virus is transmitted.

Read the complete article bo Adele Peters https://www.fastcompany.com/90498216/some-fabrics-might-filter-as-well-as-n95-masks-and-you-probably-have-them-at-home