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Unemployment Rate In Caribbean And Latin America Jumped In 2016

The unemployment rate in the Caribbean and Latin America jumped to 8.1 per cent in 2016 to 23 million, the highest in a decade, according to the 2016 Labour Overview of Latin America and the Caribbean published by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Regional Office. The 1.5 per cent increase over 2015 means an additional […]

Brian Wynter, Former Bank of Jamaica Governor, Joins Seprod Group Board of Directors

The Nine P’s of Personal Branding

Multiple streams of income….inventive 21st century thinking….career resilience…ongoing economic shifts are causing women around the globe, especially in the Caribbean, to reconsider the prospects of becoming a ShePreneur on some scale. Creating multiple streams of income can help you save for retirement, weather job loss or a bout with a health crisis. Financial experts suggest that the average person needs more than $500,000 dollars stashed away for retirement in order to live in comfort and worry free.

Bumble Bee Takes Over Tortuga Social