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 »
'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 »
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 »
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 »
'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 »
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 »
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 »
'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 »
State laws don't protect users from workplace discrimination
Although marijuana use is legal in some states, workers are still getting fired. What gives? AOL Jobs employment law expert Donna Ballman explains Read More »
Facebook can make you readily accessible to recruiters
Employers want to connect with you. Facebook is an underused social media platform for professional use and here's how to make more of it for your job search. Read More »
Get ready to sob
A zoo worker with terminal cancer had a tender moment when one of the giraffes he cared for approached him to say goodbye. Read More »
New healthcare options free workers from 'job lock'
The Affordable Care Act is giving people who stayed at jobs only for the benefits the impetus to venture out on their own. Read More »
Finally, they seem to be winning their latest battle
The shocking rate of unemployment among America’s youngest veterans is finally seeing some improvement, according to the latest figures from the government.
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The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose less than expected last week, pointing to some underlying strength in the labor market. Read More »
Administration says project is still nascent
The Obama administration's America Makes initiative has not created any new jobs, but says the project is just getting started. Read More »
Celebrating the one profession that makes all others possible
The goal of the international prize is to elevate the stature of the teaching profession, which suffers a dismally low reputation across the world. Read More »
Some 25,000 jobs remain unfilled
There are oil jobs galore in the Peace Garden State, but not nearly enough takers. Read More »
In a tough labor market for most, youngest find disaster
The youngest job seekers are shut out of the labor market, along with their older siblings. There’s only one way they can stack the odds in their favor. Read More »
Would-be workers in weed explore job opportunities
An interview with Todd Mitchem, chief revenue officer of O.penVAPE, about the CannaSearch job fair in Denver. Read More »
Men tend to think, 'Who will I be if I don’t have my work?’
There are some stark and surprising differences between men and women who choose to work after they turn 60. Read More »