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Laid Off and Launching
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Higher Pay Gains Are Seen for 2011
U.S. workers have reason to hope for slightly better pay raises this year, a shift that could add momentum to the economic recovery.
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B-Schools Struggle to Get Global
Business schools like to tout their focus on globalization, but a new report from a b-school accrediting agency says most of their strategies don't go far enough.
Job Tax Plan Lands With a Thud
Republicans on Capitol Hill responded with hostility to a White House proposal to allow states to raise unemployment insurance taxes. But in some cash-strapped states, officials said the plan should be considered.
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Labor Shortage Persists in Some Fields
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Layoffs are down, and at pre-recession levels, but hiring remains slow, Labor Department data showed.
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A Juggle reader is wrestling with a perplexing question: How important is getting job flexibility for family needs vs. having challenging, stimulating work? It is a kind of trade-off faced by countless jugglers, and the answer is never black-and-white.
Facebook Firing Case Is Settled
A company that fired a worker after she posted negative remarks about her boss on Facebook has settled a complaint brought by the National Labor Relations Board by agreeing to revamp its rules to ensure they don't restrict workers' rights.
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Using a Board Seat as a Stepping Stone
For many executives, a corporate directorship offers a route to move ahead. Here's how.
A Tale of Two Students
In middle school, Ivan and Laura shared a brief romance and a knack for trouble. Then they parted ways. Now he is college-bound and she isn't. How different schools shaped their paths.
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Re-Entering the Work Force
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Proxy Season Heats Up
U.S. businesses are bracing for a noisy proxy-voting season this year, as many companies face outcry over executive pay and board accountability during their annual shareholder meetings.
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Several cash-strapped states are abandoning or downsizing one of the most popular 529 college-savings options: prepaid tuition credits.
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The head of Cisco Systems' consumer-products business will leave the company, a spokeswoman announced in a company blog post Thursday.
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Married to the Job (and Each Other)
While some sweethearts can handle the pressure of building a relationship and a company, many others warn it's a difficult path. The secret to making it work? Have a good marriage in the first place.
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