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Ga. Town's Mandatory Gun Law: A Local Gun Seller Speaks Out

Ga. Town's Mandatory Gun Law: A Local Gun Seller Speaks Out

In Nelson, Georgia, a town of 1,300 people, residents are now required to own a gun. The law, which was adopted unanimously by its town council Monday, would presumably be welcome news to gun shop owners. Nelson has no gun shops, but AOL Jobs caught up with Brennan Moss (pictured), the owner of Moss Firearms in... Read More »

'Undercover Boss': Tilted Kilt CEO Ron Lynch Sees His Pubs Skirting Company's Standards

'Undercover Boss': Tilted Kilt CEO Ron Lynch Sees His Pubs Skirting Company's Standards

Everyone knows that sex sells, but where do you draw the line when you're trying to run a... Read More »

10 Cities That Lost The Most Jobs

10 Cities That Lost The Most Jobs

By 24/7 Wall St., Introduction by Jake Thiewes The phrase "economic recovery" has been appearing more frequently in news reports. The United States' job market seems to be slowly improving, but unemployment claims currently are hovering above 8 percent. Some cities that were hit hard at the height of the... Read More »

'Undercover Boss' TaylorMade CEO Reveals Identity To Smitten Worker

'Undercover Boss' TaylorMade CEO Reveals Identity To Smitten Worker

No industry has been exempt from the effects of the recession. Even golf. Mark King, the CEO of the world's largest manufacturer of high-performance golf equipment, TaylorMade, made that point bluntly during his appearance Friday on "Undercover Boss." "It's a challenge to get shrinking numbers to spend more... Read More »

8 Bizarre Teacher Scandals You Won't Believe

8 Bizarre Teacher Scandals You Won't Believe

Here at AOL Jobs, our RSS feeds are filled daily with teachers doing wild, wacky, frightening and upsetting things. The teacher scandals can be roughly divided into three categories: Sexually abusive or creepy (by far the most common). Feces and urine going places feces and urine shouldn't go. Being... Read More »

Ga. Postal Worker Allegedly Shot At By 2 Boys

Ga. Postal Worker Allegedly Shot At By 2 Boys

A postal worker in Georgia was forced to seek cover early Monday morning after his mail truck was repeatedly struck by pellets, allegedly fired by two boys, one of whom was only 8 years old, police say. The postal employee was was collecting and delivering mail on a street in the Atlanta suburb of... Read More »

Chef Paula Deen's Attorneys Say Accusations False

Chef Paula Deen's Attorneys Say Accusations False

SAVANNAH, Georgia (AP) -- Attorneys for Paula Deen said Tuesday that a former worker who claimed she was sexually harassed and subjected to a hostile work environment at a restaurant co-owned by Deen and her brother made false claims after the celebrity chef refused to pay her to keep quiet. Read More »

Atlanta Nurse Donates Kidney To Save Patient's Life

Atlanta Nurse Donates Kidney To Save Patient's Life

An Atlanta nurse is being praised for going beyond the call of duty for donating a kidney to save a patient with a rare autoimmune disorder. The nurse, Allison Batson, 48, donated one of her kidneys to 23-year-old Clay Taber, a patient diagnosed with Goodpasture's Syndrome nearly two years ago. (The two are... Read More »

What Does Your Resume Font Say About You?

What Does Your Resume Font Say About You?

There are a lot of decisions involved in constructing the perfect resume: what work experience to prioritize, what details to provide, what skills to exaggerate. But one deal-breaking decision often gets slight attention: What font to use? Read More »

Energy States Lead Job Creation In First Half Of 2011

Energy States Lead Job Creation In First Half Of 2011

Energy-producing states have experienced unemployment levels well below those of other states in recent years, thanks in part to a boom in energy exploration that's been driven by high oil prices. It's perhaps little surprise then that states that significantly contribute to the nation's production of oil,... Read More »

Georgia Puts Probationers to Work Harvesting Crops

Georgia Puts Probationers to Work Harvesting Crops

By Kate Brumback and Ray Henry LESLIE, Ga. -- It's 3:25 p.m. in a dusty cucumber field in south Georgia. A knot of criminal offenders who spent seven hours in the sun harvesting buckets of vegetables by hand have decided they're calling it quits -- exactly as crew leader Benito Mendez predicted in the... Read More »

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