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September 19, 2022

Weekly review: Are you a Covid-19 'superdodger'?

Daily Briefing

    The best places to work in health care, the "red flag" phrases to avoid in your job postings, and more.

    New York governor declares disaster emergency over spread of polio (Monday, September 12)

    New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) has declared a state disaster emergency following the discovery of more poliovirus samples in five counties throughout New York.

    The 'Best Places to Work in Health Care' in 2022, according to Fortune and Great Place to Work (Tuesday, September 13)

    Fortune and Great Place to Work on Wednesday released their annual list of the "Best Places to Work in Health Care," recognizing 13 Advisory Board members.

    Are you a Covid-19 'superdodger'? (Wednesday, September 14)

    At this point in the pandemic, most people have been infected by the coronavirus at least once. However, some people may have genetic mutations that allow them to be "superdodgers" and avoid getting sick despite exposures to the virus, Michaeleen Doucleff writes for NPR's "Goats and Soda."

    Want to hire someone new? Avoid these 'red flags' in your job posting. (Thursday, September 15)

    As workers continue to place more value on finding fulfilling jobs with good work-life balance, many job seekers are hesitant to apply for job postings that contain commonly used phrases they consider to be "red flags," Ray Smith writes for the Wall Street Journal.

    How severe will this year's flu season be? Here's what experts say. (Friday, September 16)

    Following a severe flu season in the Southern Hemisphere, experts are urging Americans to prepare for an increase in flu infections, hospitalizations, and deaths, Joseph Choi writes for The Hill.




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