Like Joe Friday, I'm just stating the facts. The things I've seen and heard in America. It's little wonder the middle class feels it can't get ahead.
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By Brendan O'Brien MILWAUKEE, Nov 10 (Reuters) - A tattooed man with a goatee shakes five dice in a black cup, slams it down on the ba...
Layoffs may be on the wane, but they haven't stopped entirely. Just ask the teachers at Philadelphia's Frontier Virtual Charter High School.
Whatever the motivations in Washington, the truth of the matter is that the biggest job destroyer in 2011 has been the government.
The committee's budget plan, which goes to the full council Friday, omits revenue the mayor expects from privatizing city parking. One councilman call...
In 1999 you may have been flooded with opportunities, but now the emphasis has shifted to your proactive efforts. Sure it's going to be more work but the results will be worth it.
When working with recruiters, no fudging your resume or involvement in key projects. The truth will come out eventually and inconsistencies will weaken your candidacy.
The good news is that you just survived the most recent round of layoffs. The bad news is that your job just got bigger. How do you keep up with your workload when more is being piled on?
These are difficult times, but that doesn't mean companies aren't innovating. Some people make the mistake of maintaining the status quo and not trying anything new.
If you are presented with a great new job opportunity evaluate all the pros and cons carefully, but realize that advancing your career can sometimes entail a certain degree of risk.
You've heard this a million times, "Make looking for a job, your full-time job". The question is how? We will give you all of the advice that you need.
Well, Happy New Year Evil Boss. Here we are, another year, another term for you to hold on to that corner office by the hair of your devil horns.
Over the five months that I took off from work, I learned a lot of very valuable lessons and came out of the experience feeling like the luckiest guy in the world. But it didn't start out that way.
The job market for corporate giving professionals says a great deal about the state of the L.A. economy. When businesses lose their commitment to the community, we all lose out.
With the current state of the economy, people are looking at their lives and re-evaluating their mission. If Passion is your mission, are you living it?
Although I'm not completely sure whether we've passed Hurricane Layoff or whether we're in the eye, the internal nonsense is beginning to clear out.
With the increasing prevalence of job layoffs across the country, churches are among the institutions that are making it their priority to help those ...
Those who are suddenly jobless lose the connections that are so vital to fighting their way back into the workforce. Internet access could help eliminate or at least alleviate many of those challenges.
March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Hedge funds may cut 20,000 workers worldwide this year, a record 14 percent of the industry's jobs, as investment losses and c...
NEW YORK (Reuters) -- U.S. private sector job losses accelerated in February, according to a report by ADP Employer Services on Wednesday that came in...
WASHINGTON — Employers took a large ax to their payrolls in January, the government said Wednesday, and the cuts are likely to get worse over th...
The Charlotte-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is laying off 55 employees - about 10 percent of its staff.
"With the economy the way it is...
While it's never about a single employee, it doesn't make it feel any less personal. A layoff is out of your control, but how you react to it is not.
The mass layoffs aren't something we can afford to simply sigh about and treat as inevitable. There needs to be a national discussion on these job losses.
Thousands of extremely wealthy individuals have now learned that their wealth has been taken from them by a man who led them to believe for years.. that their fortunes were safe if entrusted to him.
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