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  • New District 65 contract raises salaries, teachers' insurance contributions

    New District 65 contract raises salaries, teachers' insurance contributions
    The Lake Bluff School District 65 Board of Education and the local teachers union have agreed on a new four-year contract that will provide nearly four percent raises, but will also require larger contributions from teachers toward health insurance...
  • In Congress, income inequality fact of life for food servers

    Income inequality is more than a political sound bite to workers in the Capitol. It's their life. Many of the Capitol's food servers, who make the meals, bus the tables and run the cash registers in the restaurants and carryouts that serve lawmakers,...
  • Social workers: On the frontlines helping people, families in need

    Retired social worker Joan Melbourne says she always felt like she was on the frontline when it came to helping others. "When you had a problem, whether it was an addiction or a criminal past or a learning disability, any sort of treatment plan you would...
  • In hiking the minimum wage, don't leave tipped workers behind

    In hiking the minimum wage, don't leave tipped workers behind
    Who is responsible for paying a worker's wage? The business owner or the customer? That question is at the heart of a debate over whether business owners in California should be able to pay their tipped workers a lower minimum wage. The restaurant...
  • In the NFL — as in business — hiring is hard

    In the NFL — as in business — hiring is hard
    Now that you've seen the NFL draft, you might wonder how those football players are likely to work out as employees, especially those picked early enough to become newly minted millionaire athletes. Will those coveted first-rounders provide great value...
  • Parents Mobilize Against Cuts To Day Programs, High Overtime For Institutional Workers

    HARTFORD – Parents of children with intellectual disabilities have collected more than 9,000 signatures on a petition opposing budget cuts to day programs and other services, and on Monday they released the second report in three weeks detailing...
  • Will We Ever Place A Dollar Value On Stay-At-Home Parenting?

    Will We Ever Place A Dollar Value On Stay-At-Home Parenting?
    My BFF is presently putting together her resume, which sat in a drawer for the past seven years, while she cared for her two young sons. In a group text, she asked her close friends if she should include the skills she developed while staying at home with...
  • Dolphins opt into fifth-year option of Ryan Tannehill's contract

    Dolphins opt into fifth-year option of Ryan Tannehill's contract
    DAVIE - The Miami Dolphins have decided to trigger Ryan Tannehill's fifth-year option instead of signing the team's starting quarterback to a multi-year deal. The option, which is a feature on all contracts for first-round picks since 2011, was...
  • California's low-wage workers earn less than in 1979, study shows

    California's low-wage workers earn less than in 1979, study shows
    California's low-wage workers are older and more educated than they were three decades ago — but they earn less, according to new research from UC Berkeley. The study, released Thursday, documented the extensive growth of income inequality in...
  • Class of 2015's most hirable majors, lucrative industries and job-search tips for recent grads

    Class of 2015's most hirable majors, lucrative industries and job-search tips for recent grads
    WELCOME TO THE WORKFORCE, CLASS OF 2015. Class of 2015, things sure do look good for you. I remember back in my day, during the recession, things were different. We applied for jobs uphill, both ways! In the highest outlook since 2007, 65 percent of...
  • Prosthetists: Helping amputees become more independent is rewarding work

    By taking a year during his undergraduate studies to work with an organization called Mercy Ships, Tim Russo found his career. While earning a B.S. in biochemistry at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif., Russo, now 31, lived on a hospital...