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Welcome To The 20’s

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Another decade is in the books and the twenty-twenties are here! This decade will kick off with a number of important events that are sure to keep us on the edge of our seats, including the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the U.S. presidential election, and the decennial census.* With the arrival of a new decade, we’ll look at what to expect for markets, anticipated trends in the labor economy, and new technologies on the horizon.

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