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Are You Too Rigid?

Every office has someone who makes the trains run on time, but when does rigor cross over into rigidity?... More

For Alcoholics in Recovery, a Sober Friend for Hire

How does a former mechanic from Queens make $1,000 a day? Tommy McAlinden earns his enviable rate playing golf, dining out and watching TV. He’s a s... More

Can You Sue the Boss for Making You Answer Late-Night Email?

Company-issued smartphones have obliterated the line between the workday and off hours. For employers and workers, 8 p.m. emails from the boss aren’... More

Who Is Your Uber Driver (and What Does He Want?)

A study sheds light on the universe of on-demand workers.... More

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RECAP: SkillsUSA 2012 Championships

Sep 17, 2012 • by Jim Babson • US Careers Online
After another thrilling week of competition the 2012 SkillsUSA National Championships for CNC Milling, CNC Turning, and Precision Machining Technology are now complete and a total of eighteen medalists have been named. More

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Phrases to avoid in job interviews

May 20, 2015 • Toronto Sun
There are not only words to avoid in job interviews but phrases too! Deborah Bottineau, senior regional manager of The Creative Group, offers up these memorable phrases that you need to forget if you want to land that job: "I don't know." It's the ... More

Spring clean your career

May 14, 2015 • Toronto Sun
Your corporate climb weighed down by an accumulation of dust, disappointments and disinterest? Time to give your career a good scrubbing and shine in the workplace. Just going with the job flow kills the glow. “Stagnation and malaise settle in and ... More

What caregivers need: A plea from one hidden hero

May 21, 2015 • Washington Times
These hidden heroes are simultaneously losing $5.9 billion in their own productivity by putting their careers, education and life as they knew it on hold when their loved one was injured or suffered from a medical illness due to serving in the military ... More

Butler challenges ministers

May 25, 2015 • Ulster Star
“I must emphasise that there is much to praise about careers education, information, advice and guidance in Northern Ireland. But this foundation needs to be built upon as young people in our schools and colleges form the bedrock of our future economic ... More

3 tactics to handle annoying co-workers

May 14, 2015 • Toronto Sun
Is a colleague causing you stress? Perhaps a co-worker is so noisy that you can't concentrate. And another one wears so much perfume, it's overwhelming. Or maybe a new co-worker often is rude and difficult to work with. Follow these steps to improve ... More

Dugger School Rises Again

May 22, 2015 • Inside Indiana Business (press release)
Ziebarth says Union presented a strategy that will "foster, engage and support" the students as they work toward the next level of careers, education or training. Ziebarth emphasizes Grace College does not wish to disrespect previous decisions made by ... More

Thumbs up for Careers New Zealand's work

May 6, 2015 • Voxy
The benefits of good careers education have been highlighted in a new Education Review Office report released today which closely examines the work of ten schools recognised as excelling in their careers work. Its findings have been welcomed by Careers ... More

Should religious education prepare people to choose between faiths?

May 15, 2015 • The Conversation UK
A primary function of education is to equip people to make these choices. Careers education should help them match up their talents and interests with employment options and qualification routes. Sex and relationships education should help them match ... More

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