3 Global Industries Where Millennials are In Demand

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We’ve been called “lazy, entitled narcissists.” The “Me, Me, Me generation.” And the most tech-savvy generation thus far. And now, as older generations move toward retirement, we’re being seen as the future of global industry. Occupations like travel agents, agricultural workers, mail carriers, switchboard operators and more are just some of the identified “dying jobs” in […]
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Get Featured On CAPITOL STANDARD

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Does the idea of seeing your workplace, start up, restaurant, product, or point of view featured on CAPITOL STANDARD give you the ultimate feels? Well, you’re in luck. CAPITOL STANDARD wants to get the word about you and your amazing talents out to the masses, and all you have to do to make it happen is shoot […]
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Where To Drink This Week: Ambar Clarendon

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Situated just two blocks from the Clarendon Metro station is Ambar— a Balkan restaurant known for its small & large plates and uniquely bold flavors. This summer, restaurant Mixologist Danilo Simic introduced a collection of cocktails inspired by the season and made with smashed fruit and fresh juices; as well as some unexpected flavors like […]
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Made From Local Distillers, A Decadent Summer Negroni Recipe

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This month, CAPITOL STANDARD hosted our Summer Networking Series– an intimate gathering for DC’s well connected political, media, tech and business professionals– at Tredici Enoteca inside the beautiful St. Gregory Hotel. Professionals from Fosterly, NSBE DC, Black Female Founders, Washington Women in PR, Harvard Business School Club of DC and more gathered to celebrate the changing […]
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The Kiddar Capital Event No One Wanted To Miss

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Todd Hitt, President of Kiddar Capital, hosted over 300 people at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown to attend the annual KIDDAR AFTER HOURS. This year, the event highlighted arts and humanities organizations which Mr. Hitt supports and continues to champion. There were no presentations, no speeches, no expectations of guests. The only rule of […]
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4 Ways To Fix Being Bored At Work

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When Gallup surveyed a group of millennial workers the results were telling. The poll shows more than half of all Millennials are bored at work.  The reasons are several, spanning a perceived lack of opportunity, to feeling ignored, and the disenchantment that comes from work that doesn’t seem to serve a larger purpose.   Why […]
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The Most Colorful Tea Shops in Washington

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Step away from the busy coffee houses, local bars, and fast food joints and head to one of DC’s local tea shops. Whether you’re quitting caffeine or looking for healthy alternatives to sugary drinks, these unique shops offer artisan collections and calm vibes. Teaism Loved by tourists and locals alike, this tea shop offers a […]
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Small Spaces, Big Ideas: The Lemon Bowl DC

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In October 2015, a terrarium designer, a surface designer and a fiber artist came together in an empty space in Park View. What began as a space for three friends blossomed into an artistic hub for “side hustlers” and those who wanted to learn creative crafts. Holley Simmons, Kathryn Zaremba and Linny Giffin founded The Lemon […]
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Upon Meeting a Dignitary, Do This 

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What if your typical day at the office included hosting dignitaries and rubbing elbows with the world’s most influential leaders? One congressional staffer doesn’t have to wonder. As the Chief of Protocol on Capitol Hill, 31-year-old Elizabeth Heng is paid to be a cultural sage. “Currently, I serve as the Chief of Protocol for the U.S. […]
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Elisabeth Moss Presses The Flesh at DC Power Women Breakfast

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Last week, TheWrap gathered women across government, media, entertainment, and policy to address pertinent women’s issues at their Power Women Breakfast at the W Hotel in Washington, DC. The event hosted award-winning actress Elisabeth Moss and author Margaret Atwood and was sponsored by Hulu, Discovery, SAG-AFTRA and Creative Future. Moss and Atwood appeared at the breakfast to talk […]
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