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Professor of Urban Form and Society at University College London Every few years the ideals of Ebenezer Howard's garden city utopia are resurrected in an attempt by the UK government to create new communities, and address the country's housing crisis.
Sacramento-area retailers are posting for positions across the sales floor as stores dash toward the holidays. A look at local online job postings in the state Employment Development Department's October HelpWanted Online report showed high demand
DeKalb County saw an increase in the labor force, employed workers and unemployed workers between May 2012 and May 2013...Compared with the national picture, DeKalb County and Illinois as a whole both still have unemployment rates above the national
For the first time ever, local employers will be able to promote their companies to students as they consider careers and select education and training programs. This tool will be available to adults as they consider new careers and job opportunities.
Daniel Astaire Nick Clegg meets young people on an apprenticeship Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA The government's £1bn flagship Youth Contract, which has promised to create at least 410,000 jobs for young people, was launched last week. Set amid a
Visas Vail Resorts dropped its use of the international workers visas by about 70 percent in the 2009-10 season. The company is not using any of the visas for the 2011-12 season. J-1 student visas are now the most popular international worker visa
Written by Filed Under Justin Perkins bounded between potential employers Friday, flashing a wide grin as he gripped copies of his resume. Workforce Institute of Northeast Louisiana's career-readiness program. Louisiana residents find living wage
Wolff, t r u t h o u t News Analysis A national campaign is now fully launched to make local, public-sector employees pick up a major share of the costs of the economic crisis. Years of rising spending and falling revenue have carved a path of
More than 60% of people with epilepsy unemployed Nadisha Hunter, Gleaner Writer The stigma associated with epilepsy has resulted in many local employers refusing to offer jobs to persons who admit that they have this disease. The few persons who