new normal


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new normal

A previously unusual occurrence that has become commonplace. High unemployment rates have become the new normal due to the country's economic strife. Coming home to an empty house is the new normal now that the kids have gone off to college.
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Actress Adah Sharma says that because actors are judged constantly it is necessary to get used to this new normal.
This event reinforced my firm belief that instant payments will be the basis for innovative payment solutions, but at the same time, it is only in combination with these solutions that instant payments will live up to their potential to become the new normal.
The challenge we face in this era of new normal is how we initiate these changes, take control of these changes in a way that better serves our needs, for a government that secures our liberties first, give us the needed protection and then secures prosperity.
New Delhi [India], August 18 ( ANI ): The Election Commission has stated that winning the elections at all cost, without ethics, is a new normal in politics.
A new normal can be useful for understanding and communicating extremes in a changing climate when precisely defined
I hope that our pioneering approach to Open Innovation will spread across the industry and academia and become the new normal, says Craig Wegner, Executive Director, Emerging Innovations, Scientific Partnering & Alliances, IMED Biotech Unit.
The new normal means we have to realize that 10% or bigger growth rates are over, and we're now more in the range of 6-7%," Willmeroth says.
The new normal is a hotel landscape featuring average occupancies in line with many other great cities around the world, e.
In his recently published book, The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse, noted economist Mohamed El Erian predicts that the new normal is getting increasingly exhausted, with the global economy reaching a historical infection point.
In the increasingly interconnected twenty-first century, the ability to communicate succinctly and effectively remains a paramount skill for professionals in virtually every field of work; The New Normal is an invaluable resource especially for program administrators seeking to meet the needs of the next generation even as they search for sustainable solutions to budgetary challenges.
A recent report by Fitch Ratings' on China's new normal said that "pessimism over China's short-term outlook is overdone and a growth pick-up in the second half is already in the pipeline.
If we are willing to accept this as the new normal, then I don't even know what country we live in anymore.
A new normal of China's economy has emerged with several notable features" the President said.
The economic new normal places new challenges on financial reform," Pan said in a speech.
This is the new normal," Brett Giroir, director of the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response, said at the conclusion of a nearly four-hour state Capitol hearing.