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Teen Jobs Offer More Than Spare Cash, Expert Says : NPR

A quarter of U.S. teens between ages 16 and 19, who are looking for work, can’t find it. Michael Saltsman of Employment Policies Institute says teen unemployment isn’t just about buying pizza on Friday nights. The cash teens earn is often essential for supporting themselves and their families. Saltsman speaks with host Michel Martin. MICHEL … Continue reading

India | Brings visa fee hike to WTO

India is challenging the United States at the World Trade Organisation over increased visa fees for skilled workers that have hit the country’s flagship outsourcing firms, an official said Tuesday. “We are pursuing this at the consultation level. It is our hope we reach an amicable conclusion,” a senior commerce department official in New Delhi … Continue reading

The best cities for job hunting – Ask Annie – Fortune Management

Because they include calculations of the number of help-wanted listings relative to population, the rankings give an idea of how hard (or easy) it is to find a management job in each place. According to the January 2012 report, the top 10 metro areas for job-hunting managers are: 1) Washington, D.C. 2) Boston 3) San … Continue reading

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