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  • Unemployment Claims See Slight Increase This Week
    Unemployment Claims See Slight Increase This Week
    Today the United States Department of Labor (DOL) released their advance News Release on Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims for the week ending September 20, 2014. This weeks report has unemployment claims increasing. The weekly jobless claims...
  • Most babies are born in September
    More babies are born in September: Least number born on major holidays
    Were you born in September? Do you have a lot of family members and friends who have birthdays in September or late summer? Just over 4 million babies are born in the United States each year. According to an analysis of birth data from the federal...
  • AARP Virtual Career Fair Coming September 23rd
    AARP Hosts Real Possibilities Virtual Career Fair September 23rd
    AARP will be hosting a free online Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 10 AM to 7 PM (Eastern). AARP is committed to putting people over 50 to work and has lined up numerous employers for this job fair. The Virtual Career Fair...
  • Weekly Jobless Claims News Release For September 18, 2014
    Weekly Jobless Claims News Release For September 18, 2014
    Today the United States Department of Labor (DOL), released their advance News Release on Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims for the week ending September 13, 2014. This weeks report has unemployment claims decreasing. The weekly jobless claims...
  • A shade of autumn
    Greater Philadelphia: Autumn events wow, woo and scare
    Autumn events begin a bit early offering spicy scents, fall colors, and seasonal light fright for children and adults. Whatever your sense of autumn, be ready to take it all in. Vibrant foliage, mind-bending mazes, spicy scents, spooky masks, alas...
  • John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge: September observations
    John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge: September observations
    A visit to John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge in September offers unique observation, as well as, fishing, and biking opportunities, while the weather is fine. Whether you fish, or just like to watch those who are experts at the sport, John Heinz...
  • Philadelphia Zoo: Four reasons to go in September
    Philadelphia Zoo: Four reasons to go in September
    September is an ideal month to visit the Philadelphia Zoo as it offers the best features of two seasons. There is longer daylight and often warmer temperatures than October, and it is certainly quieter than mid-summer, hence shorter waiting lines....
  • September 2014 LINE Report
    Human Resources Predict Hiring Trend in September
    Earlier this week the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) released the Leading Indicators for National Employment (LINE) with predictions of hiring rates in September. Among the key finding is that Manufacturing Sector is expected to...
  • Sickle Cell Awareness Month
    September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month
    Sickle cell disease is an inherited disorder that causes the red blood cells to be abnormally shaped and get stuck inside the blood vessels, which makes it difficult to deliver oxygen throughout the body. This causes intense pain and can lead to...
  • So curious cat
    Greater Philadelphia: Four events for animal lovers
    There are four events, this second weekend of September, that will unite pet owners and animal lovers alike. Don your boots and favorite jeans. These are not the type of events for wearing your fancy garb. Rather, be prepared for some dirt, dust,...
  • Migrating Flock
    Top 5 September birding festivals in 2014
    There might only be hints of fall in the air – a chilly morning, leaves just starting to turn color, pumpkins ripening in the garden – but fall migration is already underway, and there are many great birding festivals that take...
  • Plants in September colors
    Greater Philadelphia: Gardeners’ bargain delights
    What could be better than strolling through inspirationally beautiful gardens? To gardeners, the answer might be the opportunity to purchase, at bargain prices, flowers, shrubs, herbs and plants ready for planting. September is ideal for annual...
  • September is "Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month"
    September is 'Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month': Let them know you care
    September is a month that is known for many things including the Labor Day holiday which indicates the unofficial end of summer. However most people don't know that September is known as "Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month." Even...
  • Disney and Red Cross Partner for Emergency Preparedness
    Disney Partners with Red Cross for Preparedness Month
    Once again this year the Walt Disney Company is working with the American Red Cross in an attempt to get the message out about what to do in an emergency. Word of the continuing partnership comes during the month of September which is National...
  • What September is known for
    What the month of September is known for including which purchases to make
    Septemberis the ninth month of the year and marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and the start of spring in the Southern hemisphere. September is one of the four months with 30 days. The other three months are April, June and...