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Pearland’s StrongFound Personal Training stays successful pivoting during pandemic

When StrongFound Personal Training expanded the gym in 2019, it added a new addition in the back, which it turned into a lounge and more gym space. (Haley Morrison/Community Impact Newspaper)

StrongFound Personal Training sets itself apart with its target demographic: those who are 40 years old or older.

For owner Seena Khonsari, one of the most rewarding parts of the business is to work with older trainees. It is one thing to train a

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Companies make changes for employee health insurance amid pandemic – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

(CNN) — More coverage for virtual doctors’ visits. Expanded mental health benefits. Access to on-site health clinics.

As employees sign up for job-based coverage for 2021, they’ll find the coronavirus pandemic has changed some of the benefits that their companies are providing, experts said.

And premiums and out-of-pocket costs are expected to increase about 5%, which is more than wages and inflation have been rising, according to the Business Group on Health, which surveys large

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Contact 2: Insurance companies still offering pandemic rebates

ST. LOUIS – Life changed when the pandemic hit; for a lot of people, that meant no longer having a daily commute.

“At the onset of the pandemic, what we noticed was a pretty drastic shift in trends, both with driving miles that were being recorded through apps we have like ‘Drive Safe and Save’ and the claims volume we were seeing and the number of accidents that were being recorded,” said State Farm spokesman

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4 Money Rules You Can Break During the Pandemic

These money rules are a good idea in normal circumstances, but they may not be realistic for everyone right now.

Money rules are a smart way to manage your finances and set yourself up for success in the future. But there’s one problem with these rules: Many of them only work when you’re financially stable. During emergencies that affect your income (like a global pandemic causing widespread unemployment) you could find that you’re not able

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Annie’s Clark Brunch returns to business; Owner Annie Jenkins received $4K from supporters while closed due to the COVID pandemic

What lies beyond the pandemic? MassForward is MassLive’s series examining the journey of Massachusetts’ businesses through and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.

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There are not many instances where Annie Jenkins, who has owned Annie’s Clark Brunch on Main Street in Worcester for 34 years, is not busy busting her butt attending to everyone around her — mainly customers and family.

The award-winning short-order cook has an uncommon talent of churning out breakfast and lunch staples

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Reopening California: San Francisco salons, gyms, massage studios, tattoo parlors reopen for indoor services amid ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco relaxed its health order a bit on Monday, allowing nail and hair salons, gyms, massage studios and tattoo parlors to welcome a limited number of customers back indoors.

At MX3 Fitness, Kevin Mcspadden was one of the first clients Monday morning to workout indoors. He hasn’t been inside a gym since March.

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Singapore Airlines to cut 4,300 jobs due to pandemic, most in its history

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Wells Fargo: 3 Stocks That Could Climb Over 50%

A speculative fever from the bulls pushed the market to historic heights, but have the bears now been vindicated? Following a record breaking five-month rally, stocks have dipped from their record highs. The recent decline had been preceded by warnings, which had been making the rounds for weeks, that a reality check was overdue. Weighing in for Wells Fargo, senior global equity strategist Scott Wren

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Education jobs spike amid the pandemic: Monster

Monster shows that the field of education is garnering increased attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. ” data-reactid=”32″New data from the Monster shows that the field of education is garnering increased attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Monster career expert Vicki Salemi tells Yahoo Finance that job searches and postings have spiked as the nation tries to figure out its back-to-school situation. Searches for “education” and “teacher” have increased dramatically since April.

“The top three [positions] are

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