This is good news, at least on a symbolic level: The senior senator from Delaware will become the 51st sponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, the Washington Blade has learned. In response to a Washington Blade inquiry, the office of Sen. Show More Summary
Law Blog rounds up the morning's news.
What many job seekers are failing to do in job search these days could be compared to cooking techniques. Don't serve hiring managers fast-food! The post Job Search Tip: Think & Act Like A Gourmet Chef appeared first on CAREEREALISM...
• Farrah Abraham had a magazine photo shoot in the operating room when she got a boob job. Take a breath, read that sentence again, and then go lie die for a while. (The Stir) • Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin put their beauty to goodShow More Summary
Post by Linda Sharps I can't imagine that there are many acting roles more intimidating than the job of portraying one of the most recognizable women the world has ever known, particularly when said woman would have only been 52 this year had she lived. Show More Summary
A part of me feels bad for Michael Shannon. He’ll forever be known as The Creepy Guy first, followed by Great Actor, Good Musician, and Decent Pub Trivia Question (“What was Michael Shannon’s first acting job?” “Playing a troubled teen in the Every Mother’s Nightmare’s ‘House of Pain’ music video”). Show More Summary
A new study shows that, on average, banking professionals have only about seven weeks – 50 days, to be exact – to find a new post in the financial services industry after leaving an old one. Why 50? It’s all about acting fast and avoiding the “S” word. The U.K.-based Financial Services Authority broke down [...]
Successful salespeople target specific clients by developing a prospects list of companies or individuals. As a job seeker, you will be far more successful if you think and act more like a salesperson. YOU are the product…and, you are also the product being sold. One critical question you have to ask yourself is, “Who are my prospective [...]
Acting Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has praised his job as an interesting one and said he would not like to head the Russian government because the prime minister’s work is very hard.
No matter how good you are at your job, I promise you aren't as good as Miley Cyrus is at hers. And no, I'm not talking about acting or singing or tweeting or twerking, although those elements are all part of it -- Miley's job is one she gave herself, called President of Drama-Causing, and she is really killing it right now. Show More Summary
What happens when Joe Investor ("sophisticated" or otherwise) backs too many ventures that go bust that take him down with them? Now that crowdfunding is legal thanks to the JOBS Act passed in 2012, scenarios like this and worse have the potential of becoming much more frequent. Show More Summary
Michael Levine testifying before Congress | Courtesy Alaska Wilderness League Yesterday, Michael LeVine, Pacific Senior Council, Oceana, testified on the “Offshore Energy and Jobs Act” (H.R. 2231) in front of the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources of the Committee on Natural Resources. Show More Summary
The cost cuts come as acting editor John Witherow says that "the era of being subsidized is coming to an end." read more
It’s rare for a musical guest to make David Letterman feel anything these days. He’s been on the job for decades, and he’s seen thousands of no-name acts come and go, unable to elongate the fame that playing on Late Show should have provided. He’s Old Man Dave, beloved for his crotchetiness, and he wants YOU to get off his lawn.
There was not much discussion as the full Senate considered and voted on the Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2013 Monday evening, but a few senators had some comments. Prior to the vote, Senate Ag Committee Chairwoman Debbie … Continue reading ?
The Senate passed the Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2013 by a vote of 66 to 27 on Monday evening, putting even more pressure on the House of Representatives to complete its work to get a bill to … Continue reading ?
For failing to properly act on a sexual harassment issue. This may be the beginning of accountability. The other shoe would be putting strong people in the jobs hat deal with sexual harassment and assault. That would send a message, especially if those people move on to good jobs afterwards. The Air Force seems o be moving in this direction.
"Even in creative fields, such as book publishing, advertising, and journalism, where there was a pool of educated females, women were given menial jobs." Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms, and remains banner-free. Show More Summary
Congressman Doc Hastings has introduced a bill to vastly expand offshore drilling in the United States. The Offshore Energy and Jobs Act (HR 2231) would open parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to offshore drilling including areas off South Carolina, Virginia, and Southern California.
Following up on Friday's post, ABA to Vote Today on Proposal to Help CA, NY Law Schools by Pushing Employment Data Collection to 10 Months After Graduation: Deborah Jones Merritt (Ohio State), Council Declines to Act: The ABA Section of Legal Education’s Council voted unanimously today to defer any action...