Many recent college grads assume they should launch their careers where their family and friends are. But given the high unemployment rate, which cities offer the best opportunities? Where would young workers be happiest? CareerBliss, an employment site, studied this question by analyzing survey data from more... Read More »
German Bosque's arrest record reads like that of a serial criminal -- except he's a cop. And one that the city of Opa-locka, Fla., would like to fire, but seemingly can't, The Miami Herald reports.
Bosque, 48, who is a sergeant with the Opa-locka Police Department, has been disciplined, suspended, fined and... Read More »
Many sons with famous fathers feel overshadowed and the burden of living up to a legend. But rarely does that psychological dynamic play out on a reality TV show, as it did this week when Jose Mas was featured on "Undercover Boss."
Jose Mas is the CEO of MasTec, the $2.8 billion infrastructure giant that his... Read More »
MIAMI (AP) -- Sun-drenched Miami has beaches, South Beach nightspots, a new stadium for the Miami Marlins and athletic superstars like LeBron James.
But nearly 300,000 people there are out of work after hard hits from the recession and the collapse of Florida's real estate market. Read More »
The American public is regularly bombarded with the gloomy national jobless rate (down to 8.6 percent in November). But the situation in your local area is far more relevant to most Americans, and unemployment numbers vary vastly by city. Indeed, some Americans are living in a near Depression, while others,... Read More »