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  • Digital marketing jobs: Search tips

    Digital marketing jobs: Search tips
    I talk to a lot of job seekers. Most of them are looking for digital marketing jobs. And why not? It’s a fun and fast-growing industry. It’s also a big field with lots of specialties: social media, search optimization, content marketing,...
  • Home sweet home: The benefits of aging in place

    Like most people, I occasionally dream about retiring somewhere fun--say, to a houseboat in Seattle, a one-bedroom rental in Brooklyn, or maybe a chateau in Provence. But I have another fantasy, this one involving a place closer to home. As in, my home....
  • Year Up gives young adults leg up in job market

    Year Up gives young adults leg up in job market
    When Kayla Heath walks into the Year Up Chicago offices, she glances in the full-length mirror to make sure her tailored suit covers her tattoos, her powder pink blouse doesn't hang too low and her matching pink heels aren't too high. It's a self-...
  • Uh-oh! What to do when your promotion fails

    DEAR JOYCE: I've aced all three of my past sales jobs but have no managerial experience whatsoever. Six months ago, my life took a different turn when my third employer promoted me to manage a new department that isn't involved in sales. Unfortunately,...
  • Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study

    Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - If uninsured young Americans shun the new health plans offered under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, it will be because the insurance costs too much and not because they don't expect to need much medical care,...
  • Designer bath fixtures take jewelry-inspired details to next luxurious level

    Designer bath fixtures take jewelry-inspired details to next luxurious level
    For many years, manufacturing firm Sherle Wagner owned the opulent bath label. The New York- based company brought 24-karat gold plating and semiprecious stones such as jade and lapis lazuli to faucet design and carved onyx and marble to pedestal sinks....
  • 'Drunkorexia' is a behavior that doesn't work, health experts say

    'Drunkorexia' is a behavior that doesn't work, health experts say
    What do you drink when you're trying to shed pounds? Iced tea? Diet soda? What about alcohol? One cardinal rule of losing weight is limiting alcohol consumption, but can "careful" dieters spike their punch with a little booze and still stand on the...
  • Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements

    Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements
    Superstar athletes Peyton Manning, LeBron James and Serena Williams led their colleagues with endorsements of food and beverages that are calorie-dense and unhealthful – sending mixed messages about diet and health, researchers said. Of 512 brands...
  • Flipping homes hot again

    Flipping homes hot again
    Seasoned real estate investor Kurt De Meire led an eager group of students on a field trip to a recent foreclosure auction. He wanted to show them how to flip homes — find bargains and resell them quickly at a profit. At one point, he...
  • Hydration hype: Are athletes too worried about dehydration?

     Hydration hype: Are athletes too worried about dehydration?
    Like many runners, Brian Tolsma worries that once he starts feeling thirsty during a hard workout, he's in trouble: His body has started to break down. That's why Tolsma will force down as much water as possible on the day before Sunday's Bank of...
  • Most youth who use smokeless tobacco are smokers, too

    Most youth who use smokeless tobacco are smokers, too
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most young people in the U.S. who use newer smokeless tobacco products are smoking cigarettes too, according to new research. "These findings are troubling, but not surprising, as tobacco companies spend huge sums to market...