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Some Return to Work, But Get Paid Less

Jobs were not just destroyed during the Great Recession – some were created too, in the endless churn of labor that characterizes the American economy. As young workers and laid-off employees alike struggle back to work, though, many are finding that they must settle for lower pay and prestige in their new positions, reports the […]

Thirty-seven States Add Jobs, But Economy Remains Fragile

For once, it looks as if the best place to look for a job was Detroit – employers in the state of Michigan added 27,800 jobs in July, more than any other state. Most of the big gains were in the north of the country, with Massachusetts, New York and Minnesota trailing the Wolverine State. […]

How to Cope with Rising Unemployment

Unemployment claims increased last week, exceeding the pessimistic estimates of most analysts and putting the future of the economic recovery in doubt. More people are being laid off, after a brief respite during the past few months, and fears of a double-dip are growing. How do you cope in a time of increasing unemployment? When […]

How to Cope with Rising Unemployment

Unemployment claims increased last week, exceeding the pessimistic estimates of most analysts and putting the future of the economic recovery in doubt. More people are being laid off, after a brief respite during the past few months, and fears of a double-dip are growing. How do you cope in a time of increasing unemployment? When […]

Young Adults Redefining Life’s Progress

Young Adults Redefining Life’s Progress A new path to adulthood: That’s the theme of a new article in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. Not a new one, perhaps, but an important one – backed by several key figures. The lives of young people, rich and poor, are volatile. A third of people in their […]

Find a Job with Fast Growing Companies in 2010

Who’s hiring?  A company that’s growing fast, that’s who. And luckily for you, Inc. just announced their annual list of the  5000 fastest growing companies. I’m not saying you will find a job necessarily. However, if a company is growing and you can get your foot in that door it will set you up for […]

How To Manage Risk and Reward with Your Career

There is no error proof way to take a risk at your job. However, there are ways to remove some of the stress and pressure we feel when stepping out of our comfort zone. If you have an idea you want to develop or know that you’ve been playing it small when you really have […]

Entrepreneur Profile: Steven Gordon, Founder of TatooID

Company Name: TatooID Industry: Paper manufacturing Founder Name: Steven Gordon Founder’s age when company was started: 17 (now 18 years old) Tell us about your background (education, etc) Graduated from Brooklyn Tech in June. Grew up in Brooklyn. Will start at Hunter College in the fall, majoring in nursing. Tell us about your company and […]

College Years – The Missing Piece

I recently graduated college after four and a half years.  College is fun, exciting, and full of new experiences. The problem lies in that most college students’ finances are the least of their worries. There are a couple key points college students should look at to make their college education a great financial decision rather […]

Some Firms Struggle to Find Labor With Unemployment Near 10 Percent

The national unemployment rate hovers at 9.5 percent, exceeding that level in some hard-hit regions like Arizona, Florida and Michigan. Yet some employers say that they’re struggling to fill job openings, particularly in certain difficult or highly skilled sectors, reports the Wall Street Journal. The report suggests a few possible explanations. There’s a certain amount […]