Now, Davis is getting ready to open the first applied behavior analysis clinic in Gary, which will offer on-site speech, occupational and physical therapy at 3706 Hayes St.
Demand has inflated hourly rates to sometimes double pre-pandemic levels. Costs for traveling nurses have risen, in some cases, to $200 per hour.
Community Healthcare System is encouraging people to hit the pavement by hosting Walk and Talk with a Family Medicine Practitioner at Gabis Arboretum.
Bill Moos wouldn't say if the decision to retire was solely his own. He says conversations with UNL officials were "adult" but not "contentious."
Vaccination rates are climbing and employers are rolling out back-to-office, back-to-normal plans. But some employees may want a new normal — one that includes flexible scheduling and benefits that align…
Montana will stop $300 supplemental payments to people claiming unemployment benefits. Instead, those who were on unemployment and return to work will get $1,200. Would you support this for Indiana?
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday announced plans to scale back COVID restrictions.
Margot Robbie is helping young people with disabilities to live independently through her RAD Impact Award, which she is sharing with the Australian non-profit Youngcare.
Here are the other top-ranked large firms in Top Workplaces 2021, rounding out a diverse mix of some of the area’s bigger employers and featuring a range of benefits that employees are able to tap into.
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School board member Debra Sikma said she and interim Superintendent Debra Howe “met a couple different times,” and “completely” rewrote the policies.
Roughly 40,000 self-employed workers in Illinois have lost access to jobless aid after a federal extension ended last month, and more could lose benefits soon.
The CRR researchers created a model using household survey data from 2016 that showed 65-year-old single men who had 401(k) savings had a median account value of $106,000 and were eligible for an annual Social Security benefit around $15,400. Women with 401(k) savings had a median account value of $110,000 and were eligible for an annual Social Security payout of around $14,500.
Unless you have a pre-existing condition that suggests a shorter-than-average life expectancy, waiting for that higher payout will more than pay off assuming you live into your mid-80s. (For the record, if you make it to 65, the odds are that you will indeed live at least that long.)
If you register at the Social Security website you can get an estimate of your Social Security benefits if you were to claim at 62, at your full retirement age or at age 70. Then you can decide if you want to withdraw your FRA amount (or less) from your 401(k) so you wait to claim Social Security as long as possible.
More than one out of every five Northwest Indiana residents lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
While the unemployment rate in the Calumet Region has since descended from the stratosphere, the viral outbreak is expected to have a longer-lasting impact the workforce and job market in the Calumet Region.