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City teachers convicted of wrongdoing often return to classroom: report

New York laws make it so hard to fire bad instructors that a whopping 61% of city teachers convicted of wrongdoing and targeted for dismissal were returned to their classroom jobs, a new report says.

2 Reasons Investors Will Be Watching The September Jobs Report On Friday

By Leigh Drogen: In August, the US economy added just 142,000 jobs, the lowest boost to nonfarm payrolls since January. August’s weak results snapped a 6-month winning streak. Previously the economy had added at least 200,000 jobs in...Show More Summary

Try To Read All About It

Once again, we learn about a newsroom layoff at the 800-pound gorilla of all the daily papers, the New York Times: The New York Times plans to cut about 100 jobs from its newsroom, Ravi Somaiya reports. “We hope to meet this number through voluntary buyouts. But if we don’t get there we will be [...]

Five Reasons Americans Can’t Find Jobs

Friday, the Labor Department is expected to report the economy added about 215,000 jobs in September, about half of what is needed each month to bring unemployment down to pre-financial crisis levels. The official unemployment rate is 6.1 percent, but that hardly provides a fair description of the jobs crisis. Show More Summary

Media: New York Times Plans Staff Reduction, 86es NYT Opinion

The New York Times reported today plans to eliminate 100 newsroom jobs through voluntary buyouts and, if necessary, staff layoffs. At the same time, the paper said it will eliminate or consolidate online sections that are underperforming or failing to attract enough viewers. Show More Summary

New York Times to cut nearly 100 newsroom jobs

The New York Times plans to cut nearly 100 newsroom jobs, according to a memo sent to staff on Wednesday, the newspaper reported.

Wednesday Links: Call Your Grandma

17 hours agoArts : Art Fag City

The New York Times reports that it will cut 100 newsroom jobs, and more. They need to give people more reasons to read the paper, not less. [The New York Times] It’s National Kale Day. It’s also World Vegetarian Day. It’s also International Day of Older Persons. Show More Summary

NYT plans buyouts, layoffs if necessary to cut 100 newsroom staffers

17 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The New York Times The New York Times plans to cut about 100 jobs from its newsroom, Ravi Somaiya reports. “We hope to meet this number through voluntary buyouts. But if we don’t get there we will be forced to do layoffs,” ExecutiveShow More Summary

U.S. Factory Activity Grew In September, Jobs Increases Best Since Early 2012

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - America's manufacturing industry expanded in September, though a tad slower than during August, while employment in the sector grew at its best pace since March 2012, an industry report showed on Wednesday. Financial data firm Markit said its final U.S. Show More Summary

ADP: Employers Add 213,000 Jobs in September

Alan Diaz/AP By Jeff Cox | @JeffCoxCNBCcom Private payrolls rose about in line with expectations in September, thanks to sharp growth in small business and service sector hiring, according to a report. ADP (ADP) and Moody's Analytics...Show More Summary

U.S. Private Sector Creates 213,000 Jobs In September: ADP

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. private employers added 213,000 jobs in September, just above economists' expectations, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday. Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast the ADP National Employment Report would show a gain of 210,000 jobs. Show More Summary

ADP: Private Employment increased 213,000 in September

From ADP: Private sector employment increased by 213,000 jobs from August to September according to the August ADP National Employment Report®.... The report, which is derived from ADP’s actual payroll data, measures the change in total...Show More Summary

iPad reportedly getting a gold paint job this month, 12.9-inch variant launching in 2015

Always wanted a gold color variant of the iPad to match your gold iPhone? Your wish is about to come true, as Apple is reportedly announcing a 9.7-inch iPad with a gold color option later this month. According to Bloomberg: New versions...Show More Summary

Missing Person: Beverly Carter from Little Rock, AR since 9/26/2014 Police arrest suspect Arron Carter in connection to her disappearance

Beverly Carter Realtor Reported Missing in Pulaski County after Showing House Pulaski Co. Sheriff Addresses Crowd on Search of Beverly Carter Police still searching for missing realtor Realtor vanishes on the job; profession takes notice...Show More Summary

Cutting Taxes on Rich, Raising Them for Others Won’t Boost Wisconsin Economy

The best way to create jobs and build a broad-based prosperity in Wisconsin is to invest in excellent schools, safe communities, and a solid transportation network. But a new report released today takes a different approach, claiming that giving big tax cuts to the rich and raising taxes for others would help the Wisconsin economy. [...]

What is a STEM occupation?

A recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau said that 74 percent of all people who hold bachelor’s degrees in the four STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math — don’t have jobs in what are considered to be STEM occupations. So with a big national push to get young people to move into […]

Could “Amelia” Start Filling Low-Level Jobs?

Sophie Curtis of The Telegraph reports, “Today a new artificial intelligence computing system has been unveiled, which promises to transform the global workforce. Named ‘Amelia’ after American aviator and pioneer Amelia Earhart, theShow More Summary

AJS Revenues Plummet in 2013 While Leader’s Salary Quadruples

A new IRS filing from Americans for Job Security, a Republican dark money organization that spent heavily in the last election, foreshadows a likely theme of 501(c) groups’ financial reports covering the year 2013 as they are sent to the IRS in coming weeks. Many of the groups that were awash in funds in 2012 — spending hundreds…

U.S. Consumer Confidence Falls In September

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. consumer confidence fell in September to its lowest level since May on concerns over the job market and economic growth, according to a private sector report released on Tuesday. The Conference Board, an industry group, said its index of consumer attitudes fell to 86.0 from a upwardly revised 93.4 the month before. Show More Summary

Will John Galliano create a couture collection for Margiela?

Fashion designer John Galliano, rebuilding his career after he lost his job as creative director at Dior in 2011 amid allegations of anti-Semitism, may be in talks to design Maison Martin Margiela's couture line, Vogue UK reported. [Vogue UK]

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