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Utah teens work more than anywhere else in the nation, driving statewide job growth

Utah's consistently strong job market is providing ample opportunities for teenage workers who want to augment their education.
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Rising rent costs put a strain on SLCC students

Rental prices continue to adversely affect Salt Lake Community College students, but other forms of financial assistance exist on campus.
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Here’s what Biden’s SAVE plan means for Utah student loan borrowers

The Biden-Harris administration announced a new income-driven repayment plan called Saving on a Valuable Education, which will forgive nearly 4,000 student loans across Utah.
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A Utah business owner and TikToker is bringing attention to sustainable landscaping

yardfarmer.co founder Daryl Lindsey’s career in landscaping began as a hobby.
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SLCC names Sidni Shorter as the first Minority Business Center director

Sidni Shorter has been appointed director of Salt Lake Community College's new Minority Business Center.
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SLCC’s surplus store offers school supplies at a low cost

Salt Lake Community College operates a surplus service that sells used college assets, like computers and furniture, at low prices.
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New phenomenon of ‘quiet quitting’ garners attention on social media

Quiet quitters, or employees who do the minimum required work and are psychologically detached from their jobs, have become a hot topic on social media.
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SLCC will revamp its business building with $10M donation from Gail Miller’s foundation

Businesswoman Gail Miller and her family's foundation contributed $10 million toward SLCC's school of business and its business building on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
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Diversity in skilled labor is increasing. Disparities still exist, but the industry is making...

As more diverse tradespeople enter the job market, inclusion and equity become increasingly important components at technical schools and workplaces.
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Students more likely to pay more for subscription-based services

New subscription-based services make it easy for college students to unwittingly overspend.
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Congolese students become first all-refugee graduating class of SLCC entrepreneur program

Bennett Muhoza and several other Congolese refugee students graduated from the Everyday Entrepreneur Program at Salt Lake Community College.
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Student Beans offers deep student discounts

The Student Beans app connects students with discounts on non-educational expenses like food, clothing and tech.