A $1.9 trillion economic relief bill is making its way through Congress. We talk about what’s in, what’s out, and how key lawmakers are making up their minds. We also talk about how a job loss can affect our identity and how to keep a positive mindset.
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House Sends $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill To The Senate
The House approved a $1.9 trillion economic relief bill backed by President Biden, setting up a potentially party-line vote in the Senate. We talk about how the bill is moving through Congress, what’s in it, and why an attempt to raise the federal minimum wage was taken out.
Your Job Is Not Who You Are: Dealing With Job Loss And Identity
We tend to invest a lot in our jobs including our time, energy and education, but some of us also invest a large part of our identity. We talk with a Wisconsin work psychology expert about what to do when you lose a job and feel like you’ve also lost part of yourself.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Dean Knetter Producer
- Natalie Guyette Producer
- Steven Smith Guest
- Mindi Thompson Guest
- Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
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