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School Janitor Harley Joseph Fired For Allegedly Asking To Suck Student's Toes

School Janitor Harley Joseph Fired For Allegedly Asking To Suck Student's Toes

A New York City janitor lost his job after he allegedly offered a high school student "as much money as she wanted" to let him suck her toes. The janitor, Harley Joseph, was employed at LaGuardia Community College in Queens and fired in February after the unnamed student reported the incident, New York's... Read More »

7 High-Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Bachelor's Degree

7 High-Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Bachelor's Degree

With millions of unemployed competing for jobs, many Americans are returning to school to learn new skills that will hopefully lead to a new job. With college expenses on the rise, however, pursuing a four-year degree may not be financially feasible for many of them. But there a plenty of good-paying jobs... Read More »

Manufacturing Boom: Trade School Enrollment Soars

Manufacturing Boom: Trade School Enrollment Soars

By Parija Kavilanz NEW YORK -- Trade schools nationwide are bursting at the seams as demand for skilled factory workers pushes enrollment to record highs. American manufacturers in certain sectors are enjoying a rebirth fueled by the return of overseas production back to the United States. As factories... Read More »

Speed Puts Community Colleges Front And Center

Speed Puts Community Colleges Front And Center

By Justin Pope STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) -- Fitzpatrick Manufacturing Co. is a high-tech job shop, crafting super-precise parts for machines used in everything from robotics to aerospace to oil exploration. Macomb Community College lies a few miles down the road in this Detroit suburb. Read More »

Obama To Promote Job Training At Community College

Obama To Promote Job Training At Community College

By Kimberly Hefling WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama wants community colleges and businesses to work together to train 2 million workers in high-growth industries, and on Monday will request $8 billion to create a fund to encourage the effort. Read More »

Chicago College Official Gets $500,000 Windfall For Unused Sick Days

Chicago College Official Gets $500,000 Windfall For Unused Sick Days

The Great Recession and subsequent fragile recovery have shifted many Americans' view of taking time off from work. Fearing that they won't have jobs upon their return, plenty of workers leave paid vacation and sick days on the table -- and lose them because their employers require those days to be taken... Read More »

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