Jobbing Archive: September, 2010

Push down to poverty

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In Coatesville, the CareerLinks people are working hard to get jobs for the unemployed. Even jobs for the least educated are difficult to find... Read more

Jobless engineers

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Why, wonders Pennsylvania Secretary of Labor and Industry Sandi Vito, are there so many unemployed Pennsylvania engineers? “This is something... Read more

Not dead yet

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Yesterday's blog post was about the young who want to be involved in Philadelphia. Today's post is about older people who desperately want... Read more

Young and involved

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In 2020, 10 years from now, a lot of baby boomers will be retiring, if they haven't done so already, and the young people now in their late... Read more

Queasy about avatars and hiring employees

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What if you could rent a stage set -- one that could easily be manipulated to duplicate almost any environment? What if you could hire an acting... Read more

Career Transition Partnership in New Jersey

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The recession is over, but unemployment is not and nowhere was that more apparent than at Thursday's kickoff event for Career Transition Partnership... Read more

Boston beats Philadelphia for union's biz

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I ran into Michael Barnes, the head of Local 8 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees' union, at the Labor Day parade... Read more