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Linguistic inequality: Spanish on the job market

I’ve taken a lot of foreign language classes in my life. At different times, I’ve studied German, French, Russian, Spanish, and Japanese. The teachers that I encountered in these classes, not to mention many of my colleagues now, frequently talk about the value of language learning and multilingualism. 798 more words


Airmen Missing From WWII Accounted For

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced yesterday that the remains of U.S. servicemen, missing in action from World War II, have been accounted for and are being returned to their families for burial with full military honors. 503 more words

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Baby Boomers slowly growing more comfortable with retirement

It’s yet another sign that the economy is picking up steam. The number of U.S. workers age 60 or older who are putting off retirement has shrunk to 53%, says CareerBuilder’s annual survey of a representative sample of about 2,600 employees and hiring managers. 339 more words


A third of Canadians have dated a co-worker, says survey

TORONTO – It may be dangerous to date a co-worker, but 34 per cent of us have done it, according to a new survey by… 232 more words


Dating Co-Workers

Weirdly enough, the average person spends more time with the people they work with than their family, friends or pets!

Due to this, relationships may form in the office that aren’t always expected. 73 more words


How You Could Botch a Job Interview Without Saying a Word

It’s great if you’ve prepped for a job interview by rehearsing what you want to say and practicing answers to some questions you expect the interviewer to ask. 578 more words

The Allman Brothers, Widespread Panic and Texas Instruments

Been walking down memory lane when I came upon this journal entry, when I was still working at CareerBuilder… Two days after my birthday in 2009, I’m at O’Hare International waiting for my flight to NYC with a sales rep on my team, who had just told me the Allman Brothers and Widespread Panic are coming to Chicago in September. 205 more words