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As unemployment runs out, education may be key to career success

As unemployment runs out, education may be key to career success

As originally reported by MSNBC, a growing population of Americans find themselves on the brink of exhausting the government maximum of 99 weeks of unemployment benefits.

New York Bar “Serving Up” Career Advice

New York Bar “Serving Up” Career Advice

An Irish pub in the Manhattan region of New York City recently converted its second floor into an unemployment center – apparently doing its job to help job seekers in the state’s ultra-competitive job market.

In what industry will you find your next career?

In what industry will you find your next career?

According to a recent report issued by Rasmussen College, the Services, Professional, and Office sectors are expected to experience the greatest growth in new jobs by the year 2018…

Entrepreneurs attribute success to hands-on education

Entrepreneurs attribute success to hands-on education

Many business experts are redefining the terms by which a quality business education is achieved – focusing in large part on tangible work experience… (Image by Lars Plougmann)

You can learn a lot about business from a celebrity

You can learn a lot about business from a celebrity

Celebrities may know a bit more about business than we first expected…

Minority unemployment rates exceptionally high

Minority unemployment rates exceptionally high

According to data collected by the Economic Policy Institute, U.S. minorities are hit the hardest by skyrocketing unemployment rates…

Super-thief trades life of crime for more ‘secure’ career

Super-thief trades life of crime for more ‘secure’ career

Gerald Blanchard, now 37, lived a lofty life of high crime, diamond heists, and scuba adventures before becoming a consultant to investigators at the WInnipeg Police Department…

Recession signals permanent end to certain job categories

Recession signals permanent end to certain job categories

The Labor Department is now speculating regarding jobs that will soon become extinct due to the recession’s apocalyptic blows…

Sarah Palin new broadcast career spurs media speculation

Sarah Palin new broadcast career spurs media speculation

Former Alaska Governor and Presidential Candidate, Sarah Palin, signs on as a contributor to the Fox News Channel…

Coach Carroll flies the coup: leaves USC for NFL’s Seahawks

Coach Carroll flies the coup: leaves USC for NFL’s Seahawks

Former USC head football coach, Pete Carroll, announced to the LA Times that he is leaving California to coach the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks…

Small steps can lead to large career gains

Small steps can lead to large career gains

No matter the financial downturn, unhappy workers can always take small steps toward more fulfilling careers, according to career experts…

Women entrepreneurs grabbing their share of the market

Women entrepreneurs grabbing their share of the market

Business is not only a man’s game anymore. Many women are competing these days, and doing well! … (Image by Alex E. Proimos)

Dodd, Dorgan retirements risk Democratic Party’s control

Dodd, Dorgan retirements risk Democratic Party’s control

Democratic Senator Christopher Dodd announces that he will not seek re-election for a 6th term in the midterm 2010 elections….

Demand ‘taxes’ capacity of job training programs

Demand ‘taxes’ capacity of job training programs

Community colleges and retraining programs do not seem to be supporting the massive influx of unemployed job seekers in need of training for a new career…

UK career-changers fast joining the teaching ranks

UK career-changers fast joining the teaching ranks

The education industry is ‘shaken up’ by an influx of fallen financial professionals and disillusioned pharmaceutical representatives entering teaching training programs…