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Realtor Embroiled In 'Murder Mansion' Dispute

Realtor Embroiled In 'Murder Mansion' Dispute

'People say there's shadows of children.'

A man is fighting to get his deposit back, after jumping on a cheaply listed house without being informed by his realtor of its grisly history. Read More »

With The Housing Market Recovering, Is It Time To Become A Real Estate Agent?

With The Housing Market Recovering, Is It Time To Become A Real Estate Agent?

With still over 12 million Americans unemployed, many are contemplating a jump to a completely... Read More »

9 Great Second Careers That Don't Require 4-Year Degrees

9 Great Second Careers That Don't Require 4-Year Degrees

By Susan Ricker You want to make a career change, but you don't have a bachelor's degree and don't have the funds or the interest in getting a four-year degree. Here are nine good jobs that don't require a bachelor's. Some of them offer on-the job training, too. Read More »

5 Tech Jobs That Won't Keep You Stuck In A Cubicle

5 Tech Jobs That Won't Keep You Stuck In A Cubicle

By Gigi Douban Got enough tech skills to know AJAX isn't something you break out to clean your bathtub? You're in luck. Demand is huge for workers with technology skills like programmers, software engineers and network engineers. And there will always be a need for the corporate tech support guy or gal.... Read More »

Florida Employer Found Guilty Of Firing Woman Over Jury Duty

Florida Employer Found Guilty Of Firing Woman Over Jury Duty

A Florida woman who sued her former employer for firing her while reporting to jury duty is breathing easier after a court ruling earlier this week found she was discharged illegally. "I'm very happy that the judge decided on the right thing to do," the employee, Juanita "Jane" Trejo-Beverly (pictured),... Read More »

10 Occupations With On-The-Job Training

10 Occupations With On-The-Job Training

Not all careers require years of schooling; some jobs allow you to learn as you work. With almost no previous time investment, on-the-job training can be a great way to jump into a new career. Training can be anything from informal training sessions with your supervisor to regimented modules about how to succeed... Read More »

The 10 Industries Americans Dislike Most

The 10 Industries Americans Dislike Most

Who knew the federal government was so unpopular. As was widely noted during the summer's showdown over the debt limit, the most important outcome was not partisan in nature. The true loser was any elected official of the federal government who, whether they were an active participant or not, became tied to a... Read More »

Housing Pile-Up Not Found to Be 'Important Driver' of Unemployment: Chicago Federal Reserve

Housing Pile-Up Not Found to Be 'Important Driver' of Unemployment: Chicago Federal Reserve

Home-owner reluctance to sell their dwellings to relocate for a new job has played little part in boosting the U.S. unemployment rate, research from the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank showed on Wednesday. Read More »

Leasing Business: Beware of Writhing Females in Undies

Leasing Business: Beware of Writhing Females in Undies

Leasing, ranging from temporary use of space to computers for a school district, is growing. America is being called the "rental society." However, if you work in leasing, it's important to pay attention to the terms and conditions of the contract among the parties. Brooklyn Law School, reports the New York... Read More »

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