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DELAVAN, WI - Come out to Lake Lawn Resort at 2400 Geneva St., Delavan on Wednesday, September 22nd between 1:00PM and 4:00PM for the Fall Job…

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While teamwork and communication are the most sought-after soft skills, they are most often missing from candidates’ resumes, the study noted. Zety came up with this list of the most important soft skills which have become especially important considering the huge increase in remote working since the pandemic began:

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Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, CareerBuilder, USAJobs and more exist to match workers with jobs, but learning to sort through the literally hundreds of thousands of postings is a job itself. Your collegian has time and should spend some of it subscribing to daily and weekly emails (and then perusing them) from these services.

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At the start of the year, it was predicted this matchup would determine the winner of the Big Ten West Division.

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Any true music lover would love the chance to support local institutions in this trying year. Palmer’s, Mortimer’s, the Cedar and First Avenue all have T-shirts and more on sale online, and the latter also expanded to safety masks and even rolling papers. First Ave, the Dakota and Crooners also sell gift cards that can be used when live music resumes. Most local record stores also offer gift cards.

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Yes, you need one. No, it shouldn’t be very long. Short, sweet and quirky is the name of the game. For the main section of Bumble, try to stay between 20 and 45 words.

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Scheer could, technically at least, become Canada's first American prime minister. The Globe and Mail newspaper reported this month that Scheer holds dual U.S. and Canadian citizenship. Only after he was asked about it did Scheer acknowledge it. He said he began the process of renouncing his American citizenship in August, just before the election campaign started, but the process could take 10 months.

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“Batman,” “Gunsmoke,” “Star Trek.” “Fantasy Island,” “Simon & Simon,” “MacGyver.” If you watched TV made in the 1960s, ’70s or ’80s, you’ve probably seen Charles Dierkop. You might not know the name, but remember the mustachioed villain who got beat up? That was him. Dierkop, who was raised on the North Side by his aunt and uncle, also landed parts in some great films of the 1970s — “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “The Sting” — but never made it as a leading man. Still, he has probably the longest and most recognizable acting resume of any hometown kid.