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2014/07/28 04:29
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Nash Community College recently recognized 22 Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Intermediate program graduates. The program instills discipline, character, professionalism, teamwork, integrity,...
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2014/07/28 02:49
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If you have a career in medicine or health care, chances are good that your annual salary is on the high end compared to others in the Philadelphia region. After analyzing data from the Bureau of...
2014/07/28 01:06
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U.S. meat lovers paying record prices for most of this year may see cheaper pork chops sooner than bargains on steak or ground beef, if livestock futures in Chicago are any guide. Hog futures for...
2014/07/27 19:22
2014/07/27 19:22
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How to Save Money at Bars: Don't Run Your Bank Account Dry The problem with trying to save money at bars is the more you drink, the less you care about how much you’re spending. And we’re definitely...
2014/07/27 17:24
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However, the geology of New York changes if you live west of the Catskills and south of the Adirondacks. Here, in the Appalachian Basin, Mother Nature deposited some thick shale deposits which can...
2014/07/27 13:18
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Wage growth is close to not being growth at all. On August 1, we'll get the latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Last month, the report showed that the economy added 288,000 jobs...
2014/07/27 12:35
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The tax-cutting efforts of the embattled Gov. Sam Brownback were praised in a recent commentary in the Kansas City Star and The Wichita Eagle by Stephen Moore, chief economist at the Heritage...
2014/07/27 09:48
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July 27, 2014 As graduation parties wrap up and summer stretches on, college and high school grads may be throwing themselves into the job search. The task before them is not an easy one. There's...
2014/07/27 09:09
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The financial rewards often come up short of anticipation, and the hoped-for greener pastures sometimes bleach out when something about the work isn't what the career changer realistically expected or...
2014/07/27 07:58
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When California’s minimum wage jumped from $8 to $9 on July 1, owners of restaurants, coffee shops and bars braced for the fallout. They would either have to bump up prices and risk losing customers...
2014/07/27 05:09
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Thousands of disabled people are paid subminimum wages, with little govt. oversight July 27, 2014 About 13,000 disabled Pennsylvanians are earning an average of $2.40 an hour in a legal use of...
2014/07/27 04:22
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This summer marks a milestone in my household: Teeghan, our 16-year-old, has a J-O-B. It’s quite bittersweet, I admit. When Teeghan first announced back in March she wanted to apply for a job with...
2014/07/27 02:25
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Samuel Rivera works full time assembling industrial plumbing parts at a warehouse in Catasauqua. His wife, Sasha, is on maternity leave from the deli of a Bethlehem supermarket, where she worked until...
2014/07/26 22:52
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Gov. Rick Snyder promised to bring more jobs to Michigan. His campaign failed to mention how he would do that. Once elected, he started taxing seniors� pensions, eliminated tax credits for the poor,...
2014/07/26 19:37
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DECATUR, Ala. (AP) � Amy Griffith pulled the worn piece of paper from her purse. Reading over the names, she finds comfort, hope and acceptance. Some of the world's greatest artists, performers and...
2014/07/26 19:12
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Along with boosting pay and benefits to keep software developers at MBX Systems, Justin Formella stresses the opportunities for challenging work. Tech talent never has been cheap. But salaries of...
2014/07/26 13:45
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WASHINGTON -- Four years into the economic recovery, HuffPost's measure of America's overemployment rate stands tall at 16 percent. In a new poll by The Huffington Post and YouGov, 16 percent of...
2014/07/26 10:53
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You might have thought, listening to the general political discourse, that the Affordable Care Act is the single greatest economic threat foisted on us by Congress in recent years. Silly you. The...
2014/07/26 03:37
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Luring us out of our comfortable living rooms and into darkened movie theaters takes a lot more than just the smell of hot, buttered popcorn these days. Dwindling attendance in the face of increased...
2014/07/26 03:15
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GET employees' refusal to work ("Union rejects contract proposal in bus strike," July 24) is simply the result of union management proving the union is in charge, and that the people who pay their...
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