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A Rutgers study reveals that nearly three in four Americans lost a job or had a relative or close friend lose a job during the Great Recession.
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Experts say the pope's resignation can serve as a lesson to workers about knowing the right time to resign or retire from their current position.
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3 universities in Washington state produced more Peace Corps volunteers than any other colleges this year.
These are some easy ways to make your office more environmentally friendly.
Now that the state of Washington has legalized marijuana for recreational use, it's looking for a few good marijuana consultants.
The economy added 157,000 new nonfarm payroll jobs during the month.
Austin, Texas tops NerdWallet.com’s list of the best cities in the nation for job seekers.
There were more than 3 million clean jobs available in the United States in 2012.
The U.S. Green Building Council announced that Virginia had the most amount of LEED certified space per resident in 2012.
Internet connectivity, lack of time and parental duties are what make working away from home challenging for me.
A 30-week Urban Farm School program begins on April 1 at the Ashevillage Institute and Sanctuary in North Carolina.
Starting salary expectations, jobless claims reach a new low, Garmin breaks into the pet industry and more.
An individual's Body Mass Index (BMI) can impact his or her chance at a coveted top level job.
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