Jobbing Archive: May, 2010

In the red: Paint ball

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Another casualty of the recession -- paintball and, of course, the people who made their living from it. Last Thursday, I met Jeff Deubert... Read more

Your best portfolio

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Steve Red, who works as the chief creative officer at Red Tettemer, a longtime Philly advertising agency, and I caught up with each other on... Read more

Building business face to face

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As busy as everyone is twittering and Facebooking, the value of face-to-face still matters, and that's straight from the mouths of the Twitter... Read more

A degree of work that never ends

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In general, older workers who have the most education tend to work the longest, although in his report for the Employee Benefit Research Institute... Read more

No chance to rest

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"The percentage of workers, age 55 or older, who work full time, full year, steadily increased from 54.2 percent in 1993 to 66 percent... Read more

Eat cake, get a job

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How many of you have been to a graduation party this month? How many ate too much potato salad or dug into a second piece of cake? Well, you... Read more

Stimulating sales

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Patrick Ahn, 49, would like to hire a couple of salespeople through Pennsylvania's Way To Work program, the stimulus-funded job subsidy program... Read more

Trains, planes, unions and votes

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On Monday, the National Mediation Board changed a 76-year-old policy governing how airline and railway workers can organize into unions. Not... Read more