Donald Trump’s rollbacks of worker protections could cost lives. Kathleen Rest, executive director of the Union of Concerned Scientists and former acting director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and David Michaels, a public health professor and former assistant secretary of labor, leave no room for doubt on that front. Show More Summary
As someone who has recently begun the juggling act, I can vouch that it is possible to be a full-time college student and work a remote job. Remote jobs allow schedule flexibility and also present the opportunity to work in comfortable, familiar settings, thus eliminating the pesky need to leave the comforts of home and...
When you chose your career path, you probably always thought you would work in a great atmosphere where everyone enjoys their jobs and acts professionally. Sadly, this isn't the case. How do you tell a toxic work culture from a place that's just challenging? Discover eight warning signs that a company might a toxic place for employees. Show More Summary
"Dozens of people spontaneously combust each year. It's just not really widely reported." The post Hope and change? Hicks Trump’s pick for “worst job in Washington”; Update: Acting? appeared first on Hot Air.
The Wisconsin Senate's top Republican has signaled that he's ready to act on an incentives bill for a Foxconn plant because he received assurances that state officials will know how quickly the company will create jobs. Fitzgerald emerged...Show More Summary
John Boyega been booking high profile movies left and right, and recently revealed why he's been so eager to take on more acting jobs on his breaks from the Star Wars franchise.
Ronda Rousey gained superstar status for her dominance in mixed martial arts, and for her looks, and she parlayed both into acting jobs. With her UFC career appearing to be over, it makes sense that Rousey, who has already appeared in the ring at a 2015 WrestleMania event, might look into a stint with the WWE. […]
Some are hanging on to what they loved about their day job, while trying something new, different and perhaps adventurous.
Bad acting is sometimes more memorable than good acting. Everyone remembers The Room, but nobody remembers, like, Lions For Lambs. A new video from Looper collects some of Hollywood’s most legendarily terrible performances, with examples...Show More Summary
E-Verify is a government-run national identification system that some U.S. employers currently use to verify the employment status of their new hires on a voluntary basis or a compulsory basis if they are federal contractors or operate in states with an E-Verify mandate. Show More Summary
The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare actually was good for the economy. That's the consensus of several research teams that have studied everything from its success in encouraging individuals to seek coverage to its impact on job growth. And no, it wasn't a "job killer," Ted.
NEW YORK (AP) — New White House chief of staff John Kelly, in one of his first acts in his new post, called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position was safe despite the recent onslaught of criticism he has taken from President Donald Trump.
One of the first things John Kelly did as Trump's new White House chief of staff was to call Jeff Sessions last weekend to assure him of his job security. Politico writes: The officials said Kelly told Sessions to keep up his initiatives...Show More Summary
“New White House chief of staff John Kelly, in one of his first acts in his new post, called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position was safe despite the recent onslaught of criticism he has taken [...]
Auditioning for an acting job is a weird and scary experience, but according to a Vanity Fair story, Angelina Jolie and the casting people working on her new film First They Killed My Father found a way to make it weirder and scarier. Show More Summary
Though this skin-crawling sight might be hard to miss, don't let it fool you into believing that TV reporting is an easy job. Read more...
If you're a creative person who also holds down a noncreative or "businessy" job, then you're familiar with the constant balancing act required to get your (paid) work done while keeping the artistic fires stoked. You only have so much...Show More Summary
A Rust Belt state that built a manufacturing legacy through assembly-line jobs will have to quickly transition to a more highly skilled workforce now that Foxconn has selected Wisconsin as … Click to Continue »
Though this skin-crawling sight might be hard to miss, don't let it fool you into believing that TV reporting is an easy job. Dallas, Texas, news reporter Shannon Murray didn't even flinch when a creepy spider used her arm as a personal walkway on live TV. Good Day Fox 4 posted the clip of Murray to Facebook on Wednesday. Show More Summary
In Hollywood’s Golden Age, the proverbial trip to stardom was immortalized in movies like A Star Is Born: a chance meeting with a talent agent at a notions counter, an appearance as an unscheduled understudy, a standout player in a movie’s bit part. Show More Summary