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Jill Abramson's Firing Stirs Memories Of An Earlier New York Times

Jill Abramson's Firing Stirs Memories Of An Earlier New York Times

I had a front-row seat at the women's table

New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson's abrupt firing rekindles the company's legacy of begrudging tolerance toward women. Read More »

Anthony Harper, NYC Firefighter, Says He Was Mistreated Because He's Vegetarian

Anthony Harper, NYC Firefighter, Says He Was Mistreated Because He's Vegetarian

Employees have been victims of all kinds of discrimination -- sex, race, religion, age, weight. But a New York City firefighter, Anthony Harper, is alleging that he was ostracized by his co-workers because of his diet: He's a vegetarian. Read More »

County Worker Mark Johnson Wins $50,000 Steve Martin Award, Chance To Play Banjo On 'Letterman'

County Worker Mark Johnson Wins $50,000 Steve Martin Award, Chance To Play Banjo On 'Letterman'

A job reviewing storm and flood maps for the local county government office is hardly the... Read More »

'Baxter' The Humanoid Robot Could Be Your Future Co-Worker

'Baxter' The Humanoid Robot Could Be Your Future Co-Worker

American workers already know that they face tough competition for job openings. With a global economy, more jobs are outsourced to cheaper labor overseas. But the competition could get even stiffer. Read More »

Lunch Break: Tech Tools That Can Help And Harm Your Job Search

Lunch Break: Tech Tools That Can Help And Harm Your Job Search

What's the defining characteristic of working in the digital age? Computers have changed many things, but the Internet and social media provide workers with greater ability to both promote and express themselves. Especially when you feel that you've lost your job unfairly. Given that "anyone with a Facebook... Read More »

Lunch Break: What You Need To Know About Getting A Job This Week

Lunch Break: What You Need To Know About Getting A Job This Week

As we settle into summer, the big question is: What is the jobs outlook? The most recent reports from the National Association for Business Economics offer wildly different conclusions. There isn't even a consensus on whether the jobs outlook is bleak. But there are some valuable tips and insights that can... Read More »

Study Finds Intelligent People Take Less Sick Leave

Study Finds Intelligent People Take Less Sick Leave

Who goes on sick leave and why? A recently published British study offers a provocative answer, suggesting intelligence -- or lack thereof -- plays a major role. The researchers, writing in the journal BMJ Open, found that the better people performed on childhood intelligence tests, the less likely they were... Read More »

Are Half A Million Postal Service Jobs At Risk?

Are Half A Million Postal Service Jobs At Risk?

The government is facing a default. The summer showdown over the federal debt limit was caused by politicians, but one agency is in fact confronting an authentic inflection point - the United States Postal Service. As the New York Times reported on September 4, the USPS does not have enough cash on hand to... Read More »

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