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$75,000 a year with benefits; no college needed. Yet local employers can’t fill jobs
And those who make it happen — the plumbers, electricians, brick masons and carpenters — earn far above the local median: $55,000-75,000 a year ... College that include training for HVAC technicians a... read more
YOUR CREDIT RESOURCE: Is a contract for deed a good deal?
I’m getting married next year, and I want to buy a house ... Do you think this is a good deal? A. I think you need more information before you can determine if this is a good deal or not. I’ve seen ve... read more
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare
Nearly two-thirds of whites without college degrees, for example, said that benefits ... people who need it. One of the respondents to the poll was Paul Brinker, 24, a market researcher in Cleveland. ... read more
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Great New Jobs Found In Miami Beach
Find even more openings with our Miami Beach Jobs Board. ALDI, named one of America's best employers by Forbes Magazine, will be holding hiring events in the Miami area on Aug. 16, 25 and 26. Known fo... read more
Good jobs are out there, but manufacturers seeking skilled workers
Now that the economy is beginning to recover, those companies are hiring again, but many of the workers have moved on to other jobs, and there aren’t enough new trainees to fill the need ... that incl... read more
Expect a salary increase this year
Also, local consumer demand is on a continuous increase," Tarun Aggarwal, business head of Naukrigulf.com, told Gulf News. Given the positive mood among employers, it appears that there are more compa... read more
Baltimore Co. Man Indicted for Prostituting 15-Year-old Girl
Parks is also known to use the name Dinero. Parks was indicted yesterday by a Baltimore County Grand Jury on several charges relating to his arrest earlier this year. Parks is charged with human traff... read more
Deputy County Administrator Sally Sherman ‘Retires’ at $136,500, Returns Next Day at $149,000, Plus $330,000 Pay-Out
“If you can do without that position for six months, you don’t need that position.” Lawmakers only thought they were closing a loophole. They did not figure on the creativity of local governments ... ... read more
The Rhubarb Patch: Is it time for Illinois to retire public pensions?
To Eric, from Kristina: Pension benefits that have been earned to date should be paid, and that's why we need pension ... No one can predict investment returns. Illinois optimistically assumes returns ... read more
Why does Michigan have 77,000 unfilled job openings?
Houtman said universities need to design training programs that ... “While the struggle to connect talent with employers is multifaceted, the primary reason employers are struggling to fill jobs is a ... read more
Names and Faces for July 9
The Black Hills Association of Realtors named Ron Kroeger the 2010 Realtor of the Year, which nominates him for the State Realtor of the Year award. Lisa Mueller was awarded the Don Zenk “Spirit of Co... read more
TEDx Coming to Leonardtown Sept. 9
Brian Jordan a local inventor who, through an accident, became a digital amputee and used his disability to promulgate and manufacture prosthetics. Others include Troy Townsend, a chemistry professor ... read more