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Category Archives: Jobs
By Mike Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Despite many in the United States still feeling the pinch, there’s no denying that the job market is improving. Last week, the number of […]
By Douglas A. McIntyre, 24/7 Wall St. Whatever recovery the jobs market posted in 2012, mass layoffs remained impressively high. Dozens of companies each fired thousands of workers, with failing […]
By: Samuel Weigley, 24/7 Wall St. While the U.S. unemployment rate has improved markedly from the double digits during the recession, it was still stuck at 7.9% as of October. […]
By Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editor, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance I know that open enrollment is the time to make decisions about my group health coverage, but my employer is also […]
By Trey Thoelcke, Michael Sauter, Alexander E. M. Hess and Samuel Weigley, 24/7 Wall St. The gap between rich and poor is well illustrated by the large multi-billion dollar corporations […]
By Laura Vanderkam, MoneyWatch Moving to Detroit sounds questionable as a career move — the unemployment rate is in double digits and the city has been in decline for decades. […]
It’s a job seeker’s best tool, and an employee’s career network. It’s also a hacker’s paradise. If you use LinkedIn, you’ve probably told the site where you work, what you […]
What’s in a name? That which we call a potential raise. In the first study of its kind, researchers have analyzed the impact of names on decision-making and the formation […]
Some of The Forbes 400 have Ph.D.s; far more never finished college.