SLOWING THE RACING MIND Drug Testing to Get a Job - Part Two
In yesterday's post, I obviously hit a nerve! The only other post of mine that has had that many hits was back on November 1, 2011, when I wrote about adoption.
Yesterday I shared a picture from my l... Posted on 12/30/11 at 6:30 AM
GOD TRACKS God is recession-proof
Paying for my son and daughters college education seemed completely impossible four years ago, but it was still the desire of my heart. Yet there I was, quitting my part-time job in October 2007 becau... Posted on 11/15/11 at 8:30 AM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Most long-term jobless are baby boomers
You may have read recent reports about the growing ranks of the long-term unemployment, even though overall jobless numbers are improving.
Nearly half (46 percent) of the long-term unemployed in the c... Posted on 6/8/10 at 7:16 AM
MODERN-DAY JANE Mommy, CEO
My first two years of college were spent at a small women's two-year school called Cottey College. Cottey is located right in the center of the US (or thereabouts) - Nevada, Missouri. And no, that's n... Posted on 2/19/10 at 4:44 PM
A Duluth police officer acquitted of a sexual assault charge in 2003 and disciplined after a complaint of inappropriately searching a female three years earlier was placed on unpaid leave Tuesday pending the outcome of an investigation into a complaint by another woman that was made public in July.
While 15 million Americans who want to work have no jobs at all, the Labor Department reports that another 9 million have part-time jobs but want to work full time. They represent a little-acknowledged aspect of the recession economy: underemployment.
Whenever companies start hiring freely again, job-seekers with specialized skills and education will have plenty of good opportunities. Others will face a choice: Take a job with low pay — or none at all.
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