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It's not quite Morning in America, but, at least for the long-term unemployed, it's no longer the middle of the night. Here's the good news: in the past six months, unemployment has fallen much faster than expected, from 6.7 to 6.1 percent.
As in 1963, a majority U.S. blacks now say they believe whites have the advantage in the job market, a Gallup poll released Wednesday indicated. The results, released on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, indicated 60 percent of blacks
The immigration debate in Arizona reached a boiling point in 2007 when the state passed a groundbreaking law targeting those often blamed with fueling the nation's border woes: Employers who hire immigrants living in the U.S...The law marked a bold
This person has a strong employment history and has been getting job interviews, but he hasn't been getting job offers...It is unhealthy, and it can be a red flag for potential employers. If you smoke, the smell of the smoke lingers on your clothing.
The Department of Energy undersecretary newly responsible for Hanford environmental cleanup has a bias for getting the job done, he said Wednesday after his first tour of the nuclear reservation. That's the case whether it's starting operations at
The Arizona Republic Galvanized by a brutal job market, career centers at Arizona's universities are getting more aggressive, shaking up their offerings to try to give graduates an edge...Another sends staffers out on face-to-face meetings to court
In order to lose weight for interviews Chinese students have been swallowing roundworm eggs and let them to hatch in the stomach pretending to lose weight without exercise or dieting. These students are
A state program to help veterans get jobs made a stop in San Diego on Tuesday. The program, which organizes hiring fairs for veterans, was started in 2007 by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and is called "Honor a Hero, Hire a Vet." Tuesday's event drew
According to The Los Angeles Times, approximately 95,000 jobs were lost last month and 15 million people are currently unemployed. As the national unemployment rate remains at 9.6 percent, some students at Cal Poly Pomona are struggling to find work.
As a new batch of high school and college graduates hits the San Diego job market this month, they'll be jumping into one of the toughest hiring environments in history. High school students face one of the most dismal markets for summer jobs in more