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These Cities Have The Most Satisfied Employees In The Country

These Cities Have The Most Satisfied Employees In The Country

Job opportunities abound

Glassdoor has released its annual Employment Satisfaction Report Card, listing the top 50 cities where workers are the happiest with their jobs. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise, But Job Market Recovery Intact

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise, But Job Market Recovery Intact

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but not enough to change views the labor market was strengthening. Read More »

Woman Calls Emergency Services: Ice Cream Vendor Didn't Give Me Enough Sprinkles

Woman Calls Emergency Services: Ice Cream Vendor Didn't Give Me Enough Sprinkles

Clearly a matter of life and death.

A British woman called 999 when the guy selling her ice cream didn't give her enough sprinkles. Police have released a recording to deter similar calls. Read More »

Jobs Gained, Jobs Lost

Jobs Gained, Jobs Lost

Your view of the economy depends on where you’re standing.

America has regained all the jobs lost in the recession. But they're not necessarily the same jobs. Here's why your view depends on where you're standing. Read More »

Their Paychecks Doubled, And Here's What Happened

Their Paychecks Doubled, And Here's What Happened

Lives changing for minimum wage workers

Behind the minimum wage debate are real people, the so-called “working poor.” Some are demanding that their salary be doubled. Here’s what happens when they win. Read More »

Millennials and Baby Boomers: A Tale of Two Job Recoveries

Millennials and Baby Boomers: A Tale of Two Job Recoveries

Diverging paths in the post-recession job market

In new analysis from CareerBuilder, the post-recession stories of the workforce's youngest and eldest workers begin to take shape. Read More »

Admit It, You Sent A Work Email From The Bathroom

Admit It, You Sent A Work Email From The Bathroom

Hope you're using Purell

If you've sent a work email from the bathroom, you are not alone. Ikea recently released a report stating 1 in 5 New Yorkers do work from the rest room. Read More »

U.S. Economy Adds 217,000 Jobs in May

U.S. Economy Adds 217,000 Jobs in May

U.S. employers maintained a solid pace of hiring in May, returning employment to its pre-recession level. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Up, But Job Market Still Strengthening

Weekly Jobless Claims Up, But Job Market Still Strengthening

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but the underlying trend continued to point to a firming labor market. Read More »

Brooklyn Restaurant Creates Separate, Lighter Drink Menu 'For Ladies'

Brooklyn Restaurant Creates Separate, Lighter Drink Menu 'For Ladies'

Is a Mai Tai gender-neutral?

A Brooklyn restaurant has created a menu that controversially separates alcoholic beverages into male and female categories. Read More »

Top 5 Most Common Errors On LinkedIn That Make You Look Bad

Top 5 Most Common Errors On LinkedIn That Make You Look Bad

Why A Crummy Profile Hurts Your Professional Credibility

5 mistakes you shouldn't make on a LinkedIn profile. Your career identity can suffer. No matter how successful you are, a strong online presence is key. Read More »

Walmart Mom Fails To Sway Shareholders [UPDATED]

Walmart Mom Fails To Sway Shareholders [UPDATED]

Company's workers to march on shareholders' meeting.

Employees seeking higher wages plan a protest outside the annual shareholders meeting of America's biggest employer. Read More »

Private Employers Add Fewer Jobs Than Expected in May

Private Employers Add Fewer Jobs Than Expected in May

U.S. businesses pulled back on hiring in May, adding the fewest jobs in four months, a private survey by payroll processor ADP shows. Read More »

Postman Allegedly Stole 20,000 Pieces of Mail Over 20 Years

Postman Allegedly Stole 20,000 Pieces of Mail Over 20 Years

Part-time author accused of taking jewelry, checks, gift cards, and passports.

Greater Baltimore mail carrier Jeffrey L. Shipley faces charges of stealing 20,000 pieces of mail, including checks, gift cards, and passports. Read More »

Where Are America's Skilled Tradespeople?

Where Are America's Skilled Tradespeople?

Opportunities abound in fields requiring vocational training

American businesses are suffering from a talent shortage, and the jobs that are hardest to fill need training in a skill or craft, not an academic degree. Read More »

Miami Dolphins Scout Tending Ill Wife Moves to Sue After Firing

Miami Dolphins Scout Tending Ill Wife Moves to Sue After Firing

Scout fired after new leadership questions remote arrangement

17-year Miami Dolphins scout working from home for the past decade so he can tend to his sick wife moves towards suing team following his firing. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Drop More Than Forecast Last Week

Weekly Jobless Claims Drop More Than Forecast Last Week

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a strengthening labor market. Read More »

Amazon Subsidiary Zappos Plans Only to Hire 'Insiders'

Amazon Subsidiary Zappos Plans Only to Hire 'Insiders'

To get hired, you may need to be an insider

High-profile online shoe retailer Zappos has done away with job postings. Now, you must join 'Zappos Insiders' to be considered for a job. Is that fair? Read More »

What Sailors Do on Fleet Week in NYC

What Sailors Do on Fleet Week in NYC

Fleet Week wraps up today

This Memorial Day weekend sailors, Marines and members of the Coast Guard took in the sights and activities of Fleet Week. Read More »

Why You Shouldn't Look For A Job At Work

Why You Shouldn't Look For A Job At Work

Nothing you do at work is private

An AP editor recently committed a career blooper by embedding a cover letter into a photo caption sent to the world. Read More »

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