A glimpse at the best of times for po'folk quickly coming to an end after the Missouri GOP honcho Guv cut back federal relief in order to "encourage" people to return to the workplace and habitual abuse from customers, colleagues and management.
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Governor Parson says people were making more on unemployment than working a job and businesses everywhere need people now.
And the demand for employees is high across the metro, especially with the Kansas City Transportation Group, which is looking for drivers as demand has skyrocketed as the metro emerges from COVID-19 restrictions.
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KC employers looking for workers as Missouri ends all federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits
Out-of-work Missourians relying on that extra $30 a week in extended federal jobless help saw those payments end on Saturday after Missouri Gov. Mike Parson pulled the state out of the program.Parson says people were making more on unemployment than working a job and businesses everywhere need people now.