Starting a new job can be exciting and stressful. It can also make your $250,000+ education feel like you did nothing but sniff sharpies for 4 years.
“I spilled a glass of red wine down the mother of the bride.”
The newspaper posted an ad for a video intern who will get paid in school credit but criticized the practice in an editorial published Sunday.
Cat And Girl knows what you give up, even if you’re lucky enough to be employed. Plus: a helpful Venn diagram!
Break your heart on Monster.com.
Comics that understand your office doldrums and internship woes. By Jon Adams (CityCyclops).
Plus why open offices don’t work for employees, 9 geeks who know how to party, and what the throat of a beatboxer looks like.
Sweaty hands never get the job.
Free massages and latte art classes? Yes, take me to there.
Regardless of education, the number of young Americans with full-time jobs is lower than it was in 2012.
GOProud says gay voters care most about the same economic issues as everyone else. Obama-endorsing Human Rights Campaign says “a tough economy is made worse for LGBT people by the lack of legal protections.”
Today’s disappointing jobs report has a bright spot: modest job growth for women. Economist Betsey Stevenson explains why that may have happened, and why it’s way too soon to celebrate.
Could they really have created 514,000 U.S. jobs? Probably not.
CNN’s Best Jobs in America doesn’t include Youtube star, mememaker or Betty White. Click here to embiggen.
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Cisco Fatty gets the ‘Downfall’ redux. You should have protected your tweets, Adolf. Every evil dictator with a pending job offer at Cisco knows this.
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“Overeducated & underemployed,” The Recessionist is a blog that tells the stories of the recently graduated who, despite going to some of the best colleges in the country, are struggling to find employment. If anything, it’ll make you happy you didn’t go to an Ivy League school.