First up: President Trump is now the first president to be impeached twice. We’ll tell you what happened this week and what to expect from a Senate trial.
Then: It’s been more than a week since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, but the ripple effects are still being felt. We’ll break down last week’s security failure and look at what’s being done to stop something like this from happening again.
Quickly: The federal government has announced some big changes to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout policy. We’ll skimm what’s new … in 60 seconds.
ICYMI: 140,000 jobs were lost in the last month, and they were all held by women. We’ll explain how the fallout from this past recession disproportionately affects women.
Later: Let’s skimm your resume! We spoke to a career expert to break down how to put your best professional self forward on paper.
Finally: We’ve got a recap of the hottest (and strangest) tech coming out of the Consumer Electronics Show. Any takers for a $1,000 machine that makes margaritas
and ice cream?!
PS: Want to tune up your own resume? Join TopResume's career expert, Amanda Augustine, for a free webinar and Q&A next week to learn the New Resume Rules for the New Year.
On this episode, you’ll hear from:
Jvette Klausen, professor of politics, Brandeis University
Brette Steele, director of prevention and national security, McCain Institute
Kathryn Edwards, economist, RAND Corporation
Yeerang Jang, Skimm’r
Carolyn Nieberding, Skimm’r
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