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This System Is Flawed

When did finding a job get so fucking complicated? I’m sure everyone else has noticed it as well. Scenario: I want to work in a retail store at an entry level position. 843 more words

Job Searching

Joining the work force.

I have officially been working for a week now!

Working brings a different kind of feeling. A mix of stress, frustration, anticipation, happiness, contentment, and a whole bunch of other stuff. 534 more words

Building better pathways to in-demand careers

The reinvigorated push for better job training announced this week by the White House is important for numerous reasons. As PCC’s chancellor, what struck me was the critical role community colleges are again being called upon to play in readying our workforce for the in-demand jobs of the 21st century. 485 more words

The Rot Within, Part II: Inflation Is Not “Growth”

Just as the Federal Reserve cannot directly force you to stick the needle of monetary heroin (debt) into your arm, it also can’t force employers to pay employees more. 946 more words

Economic Crisis

Centinel2012 reblogged this and commented:

As a degreed economist I 100% agree with this; and I will add that Milton Friedman a Noble laureate economist proved definitely that is was the Federal Reserve that created the Great Depression (not the market crass of '29) and by extension it was the same ineptness of the FED that created the housing bubble and crash of '08 not the banks. The FED is now in the process of creating a sovereign debt bubble that is close to bursting and it will be worse than '08. Keynesian economics is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme!

Svalbard Expeditions - equipment files 1958-1988

Aislinn Hendrix, a Volunteer at the Sedgwick Museum, shares her experiences of working on the Svalbard Archives.

When I first laid eyes on Dr. 555 more words

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#Mustreads From Other Sites: Shatner Slams Facebook, Anonymous Targets Israel

Good morning! Here’s what Re/code is having with our coffee this morning:

  1. Famed app reviewer William Shatner took to his Tumblr yesterday to trash Facebook’s “Mentions,” which you can’t use…
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