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How NOT To Be Hired

A résumé is supposed to help one get a job. Some job applicants act as if the opposite were true. Ready to LOL?.............................................................................

This Week in Fiction: Danielle McLaughlin

This week’s story, “In the Act of Falling,” is told from the perspective of a woman whose life is fraying. Her husband has lost his job; her nine-year-old son has been suspended from school; her house is too big and too expensive for the family’s reduced circumstances. Did you always know the point in her life at which the story would start?

FTC v. Ashley Madison: Why The FTC Has Not Yet Acted, Answers To Eight Vital Consumer Questions

Worried about their data, their relationships and their jobs, data-compromised Ashley Madison (AM) members may be wondering why the Federal Trade Commission has been silent on whether it is investigating or taking action against the embattled company. Experts answer consumers' likely questions.

Great Job, Internet!: Straight Outta Compton has a softer side when its trailer is set to a Ben Folds tune

Straight Outta Compton was a hit this summer, drawing in crowds interested in learning about the rise and fall of one of rap’s most prolific acts. Perhaps the film would’ve received even more attention and a bigger audience if it had gone with this version of the trailer, in which Ben Folds covers Dr. Show More Summary

Who’s Hiring for Halloween?

Halloween is right around the corner. (Mercifully. The wait for this time of year to come back around is always torture.) Anyway, with it comes new job opportunities. Need work? Ever wanted to unleash your inner acting beast? Have a penchant for retail? Here’s three places you might want to consider applying. The 17th Door...

Want to Be a Writer? It’s Time to Act Like a Writer

I realized I wasn’t taking my writing like a job. When I finally turned that corner, my career took a big leap. Here's how you can do the same. The post Want to Be a Writer? It’s Time to Act Like a Writer appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Doctor Demand Undercuts Trump's, GOP's Obamacare Job Killer Theories

Look no further than the U.S. physician as an example of how the Affordable Care Act has not only turned into a job creator for the health industry, but made physicians among the most in-demand of workers. Opponents of the health law for years have bemoaned its regulations and costs saying [...]

Q&A: Director Ciarán Foy on the Kids and Kill Films of “SINISTER 2,” Part One

last weekGenres / Horror : Fangoria

The super-creepy horror hit SINISTER was a hard act to follow, but Irish director Ciarán Foy was the right man for the job. Having scored a critical and festival hit with the hoodie horror film CITADEL a couple of years ago, he tackled SINISTER 2, and gave Fango a lengthy interview about the sequel. Opening […]

1 in 4 New Mothers Are Back at Work Two Weeks After Giving Birth

For most working women who want children, the ‘What’s the maternity leave like?’ conversation pops up often. Even with the Family and Maternity Leave Act in place, there’s still a short window for those without cushy jobs to bond with their babies after they’re a few weeks old. This. Is. Terrible. Read more...

Steyer-Funded Climate Initiative Hits Just 5% of Green Jobs Goal

Three years after liberal environmentalist Tom Steyer bullied Californians into not opposing the Clean Energy Jobs Act, the payoffs have failed to materialize. Steyer promised that the Act, which was little more than a tax hike on corporations, would create 11,000 new green jobs and raise $1 billion in revenue each year. Show More Summary

Josh Groban Sings Actual Donald Trump Tweets

It's nearly impossible to make fun of Donald Trump, only because the leading Republican nominee for President does such a stellar job of acting like a living, breathing parody at all times. We mean... the guy just claimed Heidi KlumShow More Summary

The Actor And Director Who Wants To ‘Start A Feminist Revolution’ In Hollywood

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The difficulties women have had navigating Hollywood permeate every part of the business, from writers rooms to directors’ chairs to below-the-line production jobs — and, of course, to acting, which can be rife with the most corrosively age-obsessed, looks-conscious, and sexualized aspects of film and television.”

Here's to 80 Years of Social Security -- and at Least 80 More

Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act 80 years ago this week, but if you read what his critics were saying about it at the time, you might think it was just yesterday. It was a job killer and an attack on Big Business. In the words of Delaware Sen. Show More Summary

Sanders’ fuzzy math on ‘enormous jobs losses’

“If Congress does not act to end sequestration, we’re looking at the loss of as many as 1.4 million jobs over the next two years.” — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), statement in news release, Aug. 11, 2015 Sanders, an independent who’s running for the Democratic presidential nomination, appears to be creeping up on Hillary Rodham […]

10 Things You Shouldn’t Do To Your Children That You Think Are Acts of Love

Quite possibly, the most difficult job on Earth is being a parent. It doesn’t require any sort of licensure, schooling,... The post 10 Things You Shouldn’t Do To Your Children That You Think Are Acts of Love appeared first on Lifeha...

No, Obamacare isn’t killing full-time jobs, new evidence shows

President Obama's health-care reform hasn't meant less time on the job for American workers, according to three newly published studies that challenge one of the main arguments raised by critics of the Affordable Care Act. One provision...Show More Summary

The Personal Promise That Cost Morgan Freeman Acting Jobs

It's hard to imagine that an actor as talented as Morgan Freeman would ever have trouble landing any role he auditioned for, but the 78-year-old Hollywood veteran says that's exactly what happened during his earlier days as a young artist. Show More Summary

New report: No evidence that the Affordable Care Act is a ‘job killer’

One of the big criticisms that opponents of the Affordable Care Act love to trot out is its impact on the economy — one phrase you often hear is “job killer.” In fact, in 2011, Republicans in the House actually introduced legislation officially titled “Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act.” That bill didn’t make it far. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: An oral history of Lollapalooza 1995

Lollapalooza revolutionized the way Americans experience large musical festivals with its multiple stages, carnival midway and cross-genre acts, bringing a taste of England’s famous five-day Glastonbury Festival to the United States....Show More Summary

Review: Hamlet (Muse of Fire Theatre)

The talented cast does a beautiful job concentrating on dialogue and acting, and is more than up to the Shakespearean challenge. There’s a reason Hamlet has lasted through the ages - it’s a sad but dynamic story written in the most beautiful way, and Muse of Fire, quite simply, gets it. Highly Recommended. (read Lauren Whalen's entire review....)

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