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Why You Should Ditch Your Day Job for Your Dream Job
The following excerpt is from Kanika Tolver’s book Career Rehab. Buy it...
By Kanika Tolver
Signs of recovery as California adds jobs for 2nd month
AP FACT CHECK: Biden hails record job growth, skips caveats
H&M Is Letting Customers Rent Suits for Free for Job Interviews --...
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HR.com's HR Research Institute Announces 'Employer Branding and...
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Diplo Has a New Job: Boxer
Does a vegetarian association ask that animal biscuits be banned?
Animal crackers could inspire violence against animals. At least that seems to be what The Vegan Society says, a British association of vegans that according to several French...
By March Violante
Chrissy Teigen Is Back on Twitter: 'It Feels Terrible to Silence Yourself'
By Justin Chan
Frustrated With a Colleague? Expectations May Be Why.
By Scott Case
Mexico is the country with the most 'sugar daddies' according to the...
By Entrepreneur en Español
7 Tips to Excel at Online Trading
By Charles-Henry Monchau
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Inspiring ways people are making a difference in cancer care
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Historic level of funding available to help clinicians...
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How to crush interviews and build relationships — even...
Ex-Dallas cop fired after murder charges wants his job back
DALLAS (AP) — A former Dallas police officer who was charged with murder then fired is trying to get his job back after a judge found there was no probable cause for his arrest. Bryan Riser filed a formal appeal of his dismissal last month,...
Lawsuit filed over delays at Virginia Employment Commission
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Five women are suing the leader of the Virginia agency that handles unemployment benefits, alleging “gross failures" to provide needed help as required by law amid the coronavirus pandemic. The class-action lawsuit was...
By SARAH RANKIN
Preparing for Showtime: The Job Interview
The following excerpt is from Kanika Tolver’s book Career Rehab . Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes or click here to buy it directly from us and SAVE 60% on this book when you use code CAREER2021...
By Kanika Tolver
Australia among fastest to return to pre-pandemic employment
Australia is one of the first nations to regain all jobs lost through the pandemic, reflecting a successful early suppression of covid-19 and a massive fiscal-monetary shot that's sent the economy roaring back. Employment and hours worked in...
By Michael Heath
Venice to Honor Roberto Benigni With Golden Lion for Career Achievement
The Venice Film Festival will honor Oscar-winning Italian actor/director Roberto Benigni with its 2021 Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. Benigni, whose “Life Is Beautiful” – which he co-wrote, directed and starred in – won...
Mississippi ends license requirements for some beauty jobs
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi no longer requires professional licenses for people who offer low-risk beauty services, a change that will save residents thousands of dollars and hours of time spent on training. House Bill 1312 was signed...
By LEAH WILLINGHAM
Nashville mayor: Oracle to bring 8500 jobs, $1.2B investment
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Oracle Corporation plans to bring 8,500 jobs and a $1.2 billion investment to fast-growing Nashville over the coming decade, a deal Mayor John Cooper's office announced Wednesday as unprecedented in the history of...
By JONATHAN MATTISE
This Is the Number One Question You Should Ask During Job Interviews to Avoid a Toxic Workplace
The job application process can be incredibly tiring and cumbersome, requiring an incessant amount of cover letter-writing, multiple rounds of hour-long interviews and seemingly endless waiting periods. By the time a somewhat enticing offer...
By Justin Chan
This Very Real Beer Tasting Job Is Only for Dogs
Wanted: Chief Tasting Officer for a beer brand. Great job opening, right? But this one’s for the dogs. Literally. Busch is looking for a CTO for its Busch Dog Brew, a booze-free (how trendy!) pork bone-broth brew for canines that sold out in 24...
Casting Directors Robi Reed and Tara Rubin Look Back on Storied Careers of Opening Doors for Actors
Casting director Robi Reed has been in the business long enough to remember when the Casting Society of America presented the first Artios Awards for excellence in casting. The year was 1985, and the venue was the Crystal Room of the Beverly Hills...