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  • Job seeker applies for work at a career expo June 2015.
    Job growth slows as teens enter labor market
    The Minnesota economy continues to rise, although more slowly in May, as the unemployment rate rose 0.1 percent to 3.8 percent, reported the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today. Meanwhile, the labor market...
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    Adult entertainment, blackmail and a DEA supervisor
    According to the unsealed documents by Manhattan federal courttoday, former DEA supervisor D. Polosandemployee G. Glover were charged with false statements regardingemployment at an adult entertainment establishment with names such as Twin Plus...
  • Boost your career with a summer job
    Boost your career with a summer job
    Your summer job can be a doorway to your future. It all depends upon how you manage it. Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a Chicago-based outplacement and business coaching consultancy, gives the following advice to interns. It is good advice for...
  • e-verify
    Floridians seek mandatory E-Verify system through referendum
    If John Oliver has his way, the state of Florida will adopt a new E-Verify system that will ensure the enforcement of immigration laws and hold lawmakers accountable to the citizens while helping to protect jobs. In an exclusive interview with...
  • Marquee at Little Darlings
    Las Vegas strip club offers job openings to recent high school grads
    What happens in Las Vegas, it is said, stays inLas Vegas. If true, that could be good news for females who graduated from high school this spring and are seeking employment, because a Las Vegas strip club is "now auditioning the class of 2015...
  • Mental illness is more prevalent in the workplace than in the general population
    Poor mental health much more prevalent in the workplace
    The prevalence of mental health disorders in the Canadian workplace is more than 60 percent higher than the general population, says a Conference Board of Canada report called Healthy Brains at Work: The Footprint of Mental Health Conditions. The...
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    Minnesota construction workers get a big boost in April
    April jobs report showed 7,400 growth in jobs said the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today. In addition, Minnesota’s unemployment rate is going down and the labor participation is moving up. The best news...
  • 11 ways to get a summer job
    11 ways to get a summer job
    Your chances of finding summer employment are better than ever. As lower paying jobs are growing rapidly each year, the percentage of teens working during the summer decreases every year. Any person who wants to work should be able to find a job...
  • University of Chicago programs, partnerships boost local economy block by block
    University of Chicago programs, partnerships boost local economy block by block
    CHICAGO, IL – Q: What do 20 local businesses, 250 recipients of workforce training, 35 retailers and 75 local business owners all have in common? A: The University of Chicago – Chicago’s south side’s largest employer who is...
  • Lee Iacocca, Where have all the Leaders gone?
    The underemployed trying to carry the weight of America’s Economy
    There are too many bogus statistics out there to generate idiotic articles like Will Deener’s article “Deener: Poorly educated, don’t-give-a-damn workers are dragging down the economy.” I know this is what an article should...
  • Recruiter
    Employers: are they the best source for your next career
    Almost every job seeker has used, or is using, many of the popular job search boards such as Monster.com, Careerbuilders.com, Craigslist.com, Glassdoor.com, just to name a few. While these sites have thousands of posted jobs, a lot of these jobs...
  • NYC council passes bill to ban credit checks for most hirees
    NYC council passes bill to ban credit checks for most hirees
    New York City Councilman Brad Lander (D-Brooklyn) is leading a fight to force most local employers to forgo running credit checks as part of their hiring process. According to Lander, and fellow advocates of the measure, including the New York...
  • TOUCH Team
    New York’s First Direct Access Application for People with Disabilities
    Special Citizens Futures Unlimited, Inc. (SCFU) is proud to announce the release of its new TOUCH application: http://www.touchnys.org. The TOUCH or Therapeutic Outreach Uniting Community Health application is the first ever-statewide housing and...
  • Work search seminar in New York helps older workers.
    One page resume is myth say recruiters
    The myth of a one-page resume is “shattered” says Challenger, Gray & Christmas in survey results released today. “None of the respondents said resumes should be no more than a page.” These results confirm that job...
  • Economy added only 129,000 jobs in March due to storms and oil prices
    Economy added only 129,000 jobs in March due to storms and oil prices
    Eventually, the ride had to end. The economy rested in March after twelve straight months of adding more than 200,000 jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that only 129,000 new jobs were added in March. This is the lowest gain...
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