Like other media platforms that are operating in uncharted waters due to COVID-19 while continuing to create content, we see a renewed interest in the local news that has never been more important. While we work through these current challenges, we have identified the need for exceptionally talented individuals who are willing to tackle new challenges and are available for new opportunities. If you enjoy crafting compelling content and can produce in different languages, we want to hear from you.
Increased efforts are underway to place US Military Veterans with employment opportunities. Swords to Plowshares is a veterans organization that provides job training, housing, and benefits advocacy to low income and homeless U.S. military veterans. It also operates a drop-in center for veterans requiring emergency services and engages in policy work.
Here's an idea for Congress to consider, instead of blowing the hatch from their stinking careers. Businesses and rich people who own stocks are doing great. They make loads of money, while regular folks are not doing so well because the government has allowed wages to be capped.
It's tax time folks, and there are those lucky ones who earn too much money, who are not legally required to pay taxes like the so-called leader of the free world.
For the ones who have found out that finding a job is a full-time job, we have the following assistance.
Job-hunting platforms and apps make it easy from the comfort of your home, daytime or overnight.
You can sign up for alerts when new positions in your field are posted or you may electronically zap your résumé to a hiring manager.
Who is right, who is wrong and why must Apple and US Justice Department officials continue fighting over bits of bytes? This war of legal briefs continue to grow bigger and with time it may not get better, but worse.
AP EXPLAINS: Apple v FBI, is my iPhone safe? http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/495d344a0d10421e9baa8ee77029cfbd/Articl…
U.S., Apple ratchet up rhetoric in fight over encryption http://reut.rs/1mMuzs9 via @Reuters
A new report just published by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) "Anxiety, Nostalgia and Mistrust"
Health Care, Terrorism, and Jobs Most Critical Issues
When asked what issues are most important to them personally, Americans are more likely to
cite health care (63%), terrorism (62%), and jobs and unemployment (60%) than any other issue.
A majority (53%) of Americans report that crime is a critical issue to them personally. Slightly fewer
say the cost of education (49%), economic inequality (48%), and immigration (46%) are critical
10 New York-produced prime-time television shows that are premiering next week for the fall season on CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX. The television shows have spent approximately $596 million combined on production in New York State, and hire more than 34,000 crew and extras. These 10 series premieres represents a significant increase in New York-based shows on air, as there are now more series airing this year than in all of 2013, which was a record-breaking year.
The following New York-based productions are premiering this fall:
Madam Secretary (9/21 at 8:30 p.m.)
Throughout my career, I have hired hundreds and unfortunately fired, or laid off dozens. However, not until recently had I been faced with the task of being interviewed by robots. But experts say this new trend will not stop.
According to predictions collected by Pew Research Center and Elon University, nearly 1,900 technology experts were asked if automated artificial intelligence applications will have displaced more jobs than they have created by 2025.
There are nearly 100K jobs currently available and listed on Jobs Express website www.jobs.ny.gov
The site sorts thousands of jobs by region and occupation, and also allows users to search jobs based on zip code and travel distance.
New businesses and job listings are added every day. Throughout the month of April 2014, there were more than 73,000 new job openings listed on Jobs Express – a 22 percent increase from April 2013 – and more than 78,000 unique website visitors. More than 7,100 businesses posted a new job order on the site in April 2014. Businesses using the site fulfilled nearly 55,000 job orders in April 2014.
The Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work. The jobs need not be identical, but they must be substantially equal. Job content (not job titles) determines whether jobs are substantially equal. All forms of pay are covered by this law, including salary, overtime pay, bonuses, stock options, profit sharing and bonus plans, life insurance, vacation and holiday pay, cleaning or gasoline allowances, hotel accommodations, reimbursement for travel expenses, and benefits. If there is an inequality in wages between men and women, employers may not reduce the wages of either sex to equalize their pay.