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A group of 50 alumni from the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the country have quit their jobs to form a political party... [Read More]
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As she makes her return to Broadway in the revival of Edward Albee's "Three Tall Women" alongside Laurie Metcalf and Glenda Jackson, actor Alison Pill... [Read More]
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Cindi Morton of Chandler is a single mother of three daughters and a science teacher at Herrera Elementary School in Phoenix.        ... [Read More]
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Phoenix is a destination for those looking to live cheap and hold down a high-paying job. [Read More]
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Manufacturers at Dream It Do It Western New York's Manufacturing and STEM Fair on Friday had the goal of dispelling what they say are common... [Read More]
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AI, then, does not automate so much as it augments. Man plus machine is much more productive than man or machine for as long as we... [Read More]
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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey filed a petition April 18 with the Environmental Protection Agency asking the agency for a new rule that... [Read More]
...Hawaii lost 1.9 percent of construction jobs between February and March.... [Read More]
The Santa Fe city manager resigned abruptly Friday at Mayor Alan Webber's request, and the municipal government's human resources director retired amid more questions about... [Read More]
Business and economic issues were a primary focus in what was likely the only forum featuring all fo... [Read More]
Fom June all JobPath participants will have the option to access CE and Tús schemes... [Read More]
This thriving new sector is a critical step toward a fair and vibrant economic future. [Read More]
At 10 a.m on Thursday morning, the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training released the March jobs numbers. Rhode Island saw little movement —... [Read More]
Republican gubernatorial candidate Mary Mayhew said Friday that Attorney General Janet Mills and state Treasurer Terry Hayes shouldn't be pocketing government paychecks while they campaign... [Read More]
Employees say a new policy barring people from working multiple seasonal jobs in a year is being applied inconsistently and retroactively. [Read More]
Germany's Catholic Church said it would review its employment system after top European judges warned it could violate anti-discrimination laws by requiring staffers to be... [Read More]
Congressional Republicans want to give states $1 billion to help food stamp recipients find work. [Read More]
The manager of northwestern Indiana's financially struggling Gary school district is planning to cut up to 60 jobs soon toward reducing its budget deficit. [Read More]
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