Urban Jobs to pay more than Suburban Jobs

Urban Jobs to pay more than Suburban Jobs

Suburbs are not just where the American lives, but they also work there. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Quarterly Survey of Employment and Wages, 32% of employment opportunities in the United States are in the suburbs of metropolitan areas. That is in low and medium-density counties in urban areas, containing at least one million. The latest BLS data show that employment growth (such as population growth) in these suburbs is faster than in urban counties, smaller metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. However, jobs in the suburbs look different…

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Rocket lab marked a big step towards rocket reuse

Rocket lab marked a big step towards rocket reuse

Rocket lab’s 10th mission, also known as ‘running out of fingers’ was launched on Dec 6 from New Zealand. This mission made the boosters bring back to Earth so that they can be reused. To date, Rocket lab has successfully launched seven satellites in the orbit. A two-stage electron rocket lifted off, carrying six microsatellites and one artificial meteor spacecraft. The rocket lifted off from the launch site at 3:18 am (9:18 pm, according to New Zealand time). Peter Beck, CEO of Rocket Lab, said that this first mission will…

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28 Percent Of American Millennials Remain Misinformed About HIV and Its Transmission

28 Percent Of American Millennials Remain Misinformed About HIV and Its Transmission

A recent study has found out that around 28 percent of young Americans are not willing to hug, talk or being friends with HIV positive people. The research has said that the stigma attached to HIV persists after four decades of HIV emergence in the United States. The data shows that these young adults were not even born during such an HIV epidemic. Almost 30 percent of American adults said that they avoid socializing with people who are HIV positive. The report has found out that 23 percent of HIV…

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Google Ventures Into Checking Accounts For Complete Consumer Dominance

Google Ventures Into Checking Accounts For Complete Consumer Dominance

Google is all set to introduce its new financial product to its users. The tech giant has associated with various financial institutions including Citigroup to launch new ‘Smart Checking’ accounts, which will be available by next year. It is touted to be Google’s boldest initiative in consumer banking. This project has been named ‘Cache’. The new service will be unveiled via Google pay. ‘Smart checking’ account will assist users to add the company’s methodical tools to traditional banking. It will also follow the offerings of credit cards, payment systems, and…

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OLED TVs of LG are receiving Nvidia G-Sync backing

OLED TVs of LG are receiving Nvidia G-Sync backing

G-Sync’s firmware update is going to launch in the coming week for North American compatible LG’s OLED 2019 TVs. The company said that three OLED TVs would have this feature: C9, entry-level of B9, and E9. LG announced that other region’s TVs would receive updates around the current year-end. G-Sync technology is Nvidia’s adjustable revive rate technology which removes screen tears by synchronizing the graphics card and the display. So far, this technology is more common in PC displays than on TV. However, Nvidia recently opened the standard to make…

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NASA has just invented a spacesuit to be worn by the First Female on the Moon

NASA has just invented a spacesuit to be worn by the First Female on the Moon

NASA revealed on Tuesday (Oct. 15) new spacesuit models that the first person to walk on the moon would wear. In an activity here at the headquarters of the space agency, NASA principal Jim Bridenstine and spacesuit causes give a first closer expression at two next-generation spacesuits considered for the Artemis program of the agency, which goals to terrestrial the first woman and the then gentleman on the moon by 2024. “We’re going to the moon by 2024, and we want it to be safe, “said NASA supervisor Jim Bridenstine…

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NASA Reschedules First All-Female Spacewalk For October 21

NASA Reschedules First All-Female Spacewalk For October 21

After some initial setback due to a lack of a medium-sized spacesuit, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has rescheduled the first all-female spacewalk for October 21. NASA has announced that astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain of the International Space Station will pair up for a spacewalk later this month. Earlier, the spacewalk was scheduled for International Women’s Month in March but was cancelled because properly fitted spacesuits were not available. Both the astronauts needed a medium-size torso component, but it was available only for one of them. McClain…

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What is the cause of mysterious blobs in the galaxy?

What is the cause of mysterious blobs in the galaxy?

DEEP SPACE experts are puzzled by an odd source in a galaxy producing bright beams near the Earth. These beams seem to sequence in an array of enigmatic colors. NASA has said that they are not able to clarify the cause or ramifications for the existence of the phenomenon. Till now, several researchers presented different theories regarding the presence of these green blobs. NASA described that if an item comes closer to the black hole, the energy of gravity pulls the object apart. This movement brings the remains into an…

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