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For a growing number of older Americans, Maine isn’t just Vacationland — it’s a desirable place to retire. While some come because of family or New England ties, others cite reasons from Maine’s cool climate that’s less prone to extreme weather and plentiful continuing education opportunities.
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Are you ready to party like it's ... 2019?
Four years ago, on the eve of the pandemic, 76% of companies in a national survey were planning corporate holiday parties. That was the most since 2016, according to the poll by global human resources consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas, which has been conducting the research annually since 2004.
In 2020, just 5% of companies gathered for the holidays at in-person galas. In 2021, as COVID vaccines were starting to become available, the percentage of partiers increased to 27%.
Last year, perhaps in a sign that the economy was approaching something like normal, the share of companies with holiday celebrations surged to 57%.
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