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Metro Money: You Call It a Library, I Call It My Office

Columnist Anne Kadet weighs in on the growing number of New Yorkers who are using the library for office space—and what the perks and drawbacks are.... More

From the At Work Blog: Many Companies Plan a 2015 Hiring Boost

Employers plan to hire 9.6% more new graduates than they did last year, according to a survey of 162 U.S. employers released Wednesday by the National... More

Finding Confidence to Move Up

Leyla Seka was ready to quit her job in software marketing because she thought managers doubted her leadership abilities. In frank conversations with ... More

Personality Tests Raise Bar in Job Hunt

More companies use assessments to hire, with fewer willing to take a chance on anyone who doesn’t measure up.... More

Repeat Crowdfunding Reaps Rewards for Entrepreneurs

Here’s a secret for budding entrepreneurs using crowdfunding platforms to finance their projects: It pays to go back for seconds.... 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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Women not aspiring to top jobs: Survey

Mar 25, 2015 • Toronto Sun
Women are disinclined to climb the corporate ladder, reports a Randstad Canada survey. Almost half of Canadian women surveyed are not aspiring to top jobs, citing lack of assistance in terms of family responsibilities, while another 30% are undecided ... More

Labour will fund advice for careers

Apr 14, 2015 • Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Nick Whiteside of Aspire-Igen director of employment and skills at the firm, said careers education has been underfunded for some time. He said: “It's a shocking statistic that we spend more time in this country choosing a second-hand car than we do on ... More

Wealth, business and health at U of M

Apr 16, 2015 • Memphis Business Journal
The annual Promise Day festivities are to “encourage students to become successful in their future careers, education and lifestyle choices" and are intended to show the benefits of maintaining emotional, fiscal, mental, physical and social health ... More

Reissig encourages women to rediscover God's good design for womanhood

Apr 13, 2015 • The Southern News
Between careers, education, and other life choices, feminism tells women they can create their own identity, she said. But the biblical truth is that God defines women as three things: image bearers, life givers, and helpers. A person's gender is not a ... More

Panel offers advice on racers' futures

Apr 8, 2015 • Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
The discussion in Sun Valley was organized by the World Pro Skiing Foundation, which formed last year with a goal of helping young racers make good decisions about their racing careers, education and subsequent job pursuits. The event coincided with ... More

Roundabout is proposed on Oakwoods

Apr 10, 2015 • Wilkes Journal Patriot
Wilkes Community College is establishing facilities for its health careers education program in one of four former Northwestern Bank buildings. The Wilkes Sheriff's Office has occupied another and a third is being renovated to become the Wilkes County ... More

Weymouth college claims prestigious award

Apr 18, 2015 • Dorset Echo
Staff, students and VIPs attended an event in the college's Hix Restaurant to watch the presentation of the Association of Colleges Beacon Award for Careers Education and Guidance by AoC regional Director Ian Munro to Acting Principal of the college ... More

I'm sorry Tristram Hunt, but careers education won't make girls more ambitious

Mar 5, 2015 • New Statesman
I'm sorry Tristram Hunt, but careers education from years three and four (age seven, eight or nine) is not going to solve the problem. The problem is not that girls don't want to be ambitious. The problem is that girls live in a society where from a ... More

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