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Shift in Working-Age Population Relative to Older and Younger Americans

July 2, 2020

The surge in the number of Americans aged 65 and older this decade has outpaced the growth in the working-age population. By LUKE ROGERS AND KRISTIE WILDERCensus Bureau’s Population Estimates Branch In counties across the United States, the dependency ratio has increased, according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released today. Over the last decade, the…

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OLCC Liquor Stores Generate Record Level of Revenue for State

April 28, 2020

Increase in March Sales Reflect Transition from Restaurant & Bars to Home Consumption PORTLAND, OR. – Oregon Liquor Control Commission liquor stores sold close to $66 million in distilled spirits in March, an almost 20 percent increase in sales compared to March 2019, and a new March sales record. December 2019 is the all-time monthly…

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Beginner Entrepreneurship: Tips and Advice to Help You Get Started

April 28, 2020

By Derek GoodmanInbizability.com According to a report published by PRNewswire, approximately 14 percent of U.S. adults are starting or running a new business of their own—accounting for around 27 million Americans nationally. However, fear of failure and a lack of qualifications keep many first-time entrepreneurs from pursuing their dreams of starting a business—especially younger individuals…

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Application for 2,717 acre solar facility submitted

March 28, 2020

Bakeoven Solar LLC, a subsidiary of Avangrid Renewables LLC, submitted an application for site certificate (ASC) to the Oregon Department of Energy to construct and operate the Bakeoven Solar Project. The proposed facility would be a solar photovoltaic energy generation facility with a peak generating capacity of 303 megawatts that would occupy up to 2,717 acres of…

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