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  • Money-smart kids: why your kid should get a summer job

    This summer's job scene for teens is shaping up to be a mixed bag. Retail stores are hiring fewer workers as more shopping moves online. Other traditional employers of teens -- fast-food joints, restaurants and movie theaters, for example -- are also...
  • Payrolls in California grow by 11,800

     Payrolls in California grow by 11,800
    California's employers added 11,800 jobs in March, a modest increase but one that nevertheless kept momentum going in the job market. The unemployment rate, meanwhile, held steady at 8.1% from the month-earlier revised figure, the state's Employment...
  • Employers 'try out' workers in temp jobs before hiring

    Employers 'try out' workers in temp jobs before hiring
    As the economy improves, state data show South Florida employers continue to use temporary workers, often hiring them within a few months, local recruiters say. Staffing agencies say temp workers have been a steadily increasing part of the employment...
  • Money-smart kids: Job skills for students

    This past summer wasn't an especially productive one for working teenagers. After a strong start in May, teen employment faltered. Granted, some teens probably earned money doing odds jobs, such as mowing lawns and babysitting. Still, it seems to me...
  • Staffing firms say California jobs numbers match what they're seeing [live chat]

    Staffing firms say California jobs numbers match what they're seeing [live chat]
    Staffing firms and job specialists are seeing an uptick in California companies hiring, especially in the technology, healthcare and hospitality sectors. Their on-the-ground perspective is in line with U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data released...
  • California unemployment rate rises, but so does job growth

    California unemployment rate rises, but so does job growth
    California's economy sent out mixed signals in July: The unemployment rate inched up, but employers still added 38,100 jobs, one of the biggest gains for the state since the recession officially ended in February 2010. The jobless rate ticked up to 8.7%...
  • New college grads face difficult job market

    New college grads face difficult job market
    Jackie Carter had it all mapped out. She would attend college year-round and graduate early, land a job in criminal justice, start paying off student loans, move into her own apartment and invest in her first smartphone. But the 22-year-old Towson...
  • Is the heat melting your fashion sense?

    Is the heat melting your fashion sense?
    We've all been there. We're walking around, minding own business and then — ewwww. Right there, causing our eyes to bleed, is Exhibit A of what not to wear. And we're asking ourselves, "What was she (or he) thinking?" The vast majority of us...
  • How to run a meeting that won't tick off employees

    How to run a meeting that won't tick off employees
    Hate when meetings run late? Find yourself annoyed when you leave a meeting that didn't really seem necessary? You're probably not the only one in your office who feels that way. Nearly a third of workers polled recently by Accountemps, a division of...
  • Read this before you take that second job

    Read this before you take that second job
    The holidays are coming, and you'd like to bring in a little more income. So how about taking a second job? Experts say the extra money is not the only factor you should consider. Prioritize your day job "You cannot make two things your No. 1 priority,...
  • California loses 29,200 jobs in May, a blow to recovery

     
    California's economic recovery stumbled in May as employers shed 29,200 jobs from payrolls, a surprisingly large loss in a state that had been on the mend. The state's unemployment rate still dropped to 11.7%, from 11.8% the month before, according......