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'They Were So Beautiful. He Was So Tanned': A Reporter Covering The JFK Motorcade Looks Back

'They Were So Beautiful. He Was So Tanned': A Reporter Covering The JFK Motorcade Looks Back

Bob Huffaker was a 27-year old television broadcaster for CBS outlet KRLD

Any American who was alive on Nov. 22, 1963, remembers where he was that day. This is the story of a worker who bore witness to the assassination of JFK. Read More »

The First Jobs Of U.S. Presidents

The First Jobs Of U.S. Presidents

By David Schepp & Claire Gordon Think your job is difficult? Just imagine what it's like to lead one of the most populous and prosperous nations on earth. And yet, as the current race for the Republican nomination has shown, there's no shortage of candidates who think they have the right stuff to be... Read More »

Western Civilization's Historical Guide To The Job Search [Infographic]

Western Civilization's Historical Guide To The Job Search [Infographic]

As any student of economics can tell you, specialization plays a huge role in helping to grow a country's economy. That's true, too, of human evolution. As humans evolved and began inventing new technologies, we moved beyond being solely hunters and gatherers, and began to specialize in particular... Read More »

History 101: Career Lessons From the World's Top Leaders

History 101: Career Lessons From the World's Top Leaders

by Alina Dizik Just because icons like Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison aren't alive today, doesn't mean their leadership lessons should be forgotten. And since history always repeats itself, there is some career advice that never seems to change. Here, we take a look at the leadership philosophies of... Read More »

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