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FedEx Driver Races His Truck And Loses As Dogs Cheer

FedEx Driver Races His Truck And Loses As Dogs Cheer

Truck narrowly misses hitting two houses

A FedEx driver had a bad day when his truck kicked into reverse after he got out. He sprinted along side, trying to get back in and bring it to a halt. Read More »

3 Talking Points From the March 2014 Jobs Report

3 Talking Points From the March 2014 Jobs Report

The news you need to know now

The March Jobs report digested into News You Can Use. Read More »

Court Stenographer Keeps Typing in Transcripts:

Court Stenographer Keeps Typing in Transcripts: "I Hate My Job"

Dozens of cases may be in jeopardy as a result

A court reporter allegedly typed gibberish into official documents in 30 Manhattan cases, opening the door to letting defendants go free on a technicality. Read More »

U.S. Maintains Solid Job Growth Pace as Winter Fades

U.S. Maintains Solid Job Growth Pace as Winter Fades

U.S. employers maintained a solid pace of hiring for a second straight month in March, further evidence the economy was shifting into higher gear. Read More »

The Most Popular Job In Every State

The Most Popular Job In Every State

Which job is over-represented in your state?

A map that shows occupations that are disproportionately concentrated in each state. Read More »

Pittsburgh Hotel Dog Has A Better Job Than Most Humans

Pittsburgh Hotel Dog Has A Better Job Than Most Humans

Meet the Fairmont's Canine Ambassador

Pittsburgh's Fairmont Hotel has appointed its first "canine ambassador," a lab-boxer mix named Edie that guests can take on walks around the city. Read More »

Goodwill Workers Find Centuries-Old Bible In Warehouse

Goodwill Workers Find Centuries-Old Bible In Warehouse

Employee returns to descendant of original owner

After a bible published in 1812 was discovered in the warehouse of a Denver Goodwill, an employee tracked down a descendant of the original owner to return it. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected

More Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits than expected last week, but the underlying trend points to some strength in the labor market. Read More »

Mail Delivery In Iowa Halted By Threatening Chihuahua

Mail Delivery In Iowa Halted By Threatening Chihuahua

USPS: this is for the mail carrier's protection

The USPS has halted mail delivery to a block in Cedar Rapids, Iowa out of concern for the safety of a mail carrier who felt threatened by a local chihuahua. Read More »

Florida Man Stages Burglary To Avoid Going To Work

Florida Man Stages Burglary To Avoid Going To Work

Dwayne Yeager just wanted to take a "me" day

A Florida man was arrested for lying to deputies after staging a break-in to his home and calling 911 because he didn't want to go to work. Read More »

ADP: Employers Add 191,000 Jobs in March

ADP: Employers Add 191,000 Jobs in March

U.S. companies picked up the pace of hiring in March, signaling the dampening effects of harsh winter weather on job growth may be fading, a report shows. Read More »

Movie Theater Apologizes For Ousting Diabetic Customer

Movie Theater Apologizes For Ousting Diabetic Customer

Man tried to bring in store-bought strawberries

A Brooklyn movie theater has apologized after calling the cops on a diabetic customer who brought in a container of store-bought strawberries. Read More »

9 In 10 Most Popular Jobs Are Low Paying

9 In 10 Most Popular Jobs Are Low Paying

The top three are in retail

Many of today's largest occupations pay poorly, according to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read More »

Cleveland Police Officer Commemorates Beloved K-9 Partner

Cleveland Police Officer Commemorates Beloved K-9 Partner

'Everywhere I went, he had to be right there with me.'

A Cleveland police officer gave a touching eulogy to his longtime K-9 partner Jet Black, who had to be put down after twelve years of service. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to Near 4-Month Low

Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to Near 4-Month Low

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week and touched its lowest level in nearly four months. Read More »

7 Tips to Spring Clean Your LinkedIn Profile

7 Tips to Spring Clean Your LinkedIn Profile

When it comes to finding your dream job, it's all about the match

Clean up your LinkedIn Profile with 7 tips that are easy to tackle. Upload a new photo and check out the competition. Don't forget to ask for a recommendation. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival To Begin Paying Its Interns

Tribeca Film Festival To Begin Paying Its Interns

'Interns.' No, wait. 'Volunteers.' Er, 'crew members.'

Following a $45 million acquisition by Madison Square Garden Co, the Tribeca Film Festival will start paying the hundreds of interns who make it happen. Read More »

Spooky Activity Captured On Store Surveillance Video

Spooky Activity Captured On Store Surveillance Video

It's the Snacking Dead

A surveillance video from a New Hampshire general store reveals activity that employees are calling paranormal, but not everyone is convinced. Read More »

The Most In-Demand Jobs Now

The Most In-Demand Jobs Now

Recruiters are aggressively trying to fill these positions

Recruiters are turning to social media to poach talent. Social recruiting tool HiringSolved reveals which positions are the most sought-after. Read More »

Kids Posting Online Tutorials About How To Get Teachers Fired

Kids Posting Online Tutorials About How To Get Teachers Fired

'You need to play the victim'

A number of online videos find young students telling how they got their teachers fired with false allegations, and explain how others can do the same. Read More »

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