The future of the jobs market is looking bright as temporary and permanent appointments grew in August for the first time in 17 months, showing signs of green shoots of recovery.
Data compiled by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation revealed that vacancies are still tumbling but at a slower pace.
Going by a Wednesday announcement by AT&T, the company has worked out clear-cut plans to upgrade its wireless network, aiming at increasing its speed by two times, in six US cities by the end of the year. The cities that will receive the network upgrade include Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and Miami.
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