Jobless claims fall, suggests strong hiring

Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, a sign that employers expect ongoing economic growth and the need to hold onto workers. The Labor Department said Thursday that applications

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Layoffs hit icons Coke and McDonald’s

Reality is hitting hard this week — in the form of pink slips — at two of America’s most iconic brands. Coca-Cola on Thursday announced plans to lay off 1,600

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International Coach Federation Discusses Professional Coaching on Award Winning Series

January 8, 2015 – Boca Raton, Florida – Magdalena Mook, Executive Director and CEO of International Coach Federation discusses the role of professional coaches and how the organization helps companies

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Businesses added 241,000 jobs in December

The labor market ended 2014 on a strong note, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday, as businesses added 241,000 jobs in December. Economists expected ADP to report 225,000 new private sector

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Freelancing – the option that many college students take

freelancing is for students too! College is a wonderful time for students! It’s a new start, which will bring you many opportunities, and more freedom. You won’t have to attend

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Balancing between work and personal life, while doing what you love

Nowadays, almost everyone thinks it’s kind of a challenge to balance your work and personal life. We’re workaholics, we struggle to make more and more money, so that our family

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