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How To Turn Your Creativity Into a Career

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Maybe you’d like to turn your creativity into a career but jokes about starving artists make you a little nervous. In reality, it is possible to make a living while making art.  

Whether you’re a drama student trying to figure out what to do after graduation or a professional thinking about making a career change, you can do something artistic with your life.  

Find out how to channel your creative skills into a rewarding career.  

Getting Started  

While there are many paths to developing ...

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New Law Permits Disabled Tenants to Relocate Within Apartments to Accessible Units Without Facing Renal Hikes

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Starting January 1st, landlords in California will now be required to allow tenants with a permanent physical disability to relocate to an accessible unit without facing a rental increase.  

In a significant move, the new law aims to accommodate individuals facing permanent physical disabilities. Approved by Governor Newsom in October, Assembly Bill 1620 applies to both rent-controlled properties and residents of the rent-controlled units who have attested to a permanent physical disability restricting mobility.  

The initial rental rate ...

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Social Security Administration Launches Campaign For Access To Underserved Communities

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The Social Security Administration has recently announced an outreach development campaign to bring access and information to eligible individuals in underserved communities to apply for Supplemental Security Income.  

Since the pandemic, resources and information have shifted online, including government applications that would typically take place in person at the Social Security Administration Office. Kilolo Kijakazi, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, explained in the announcement that due to this shift, the Social Security Administration saw a steep decline in SSI applications, specifically ...

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