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According to the recently released 2013 Salary Guides from Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group, a number of positions in the information technology (IT) and creative fields are likely to see above-average salary gains in the coming year.

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Tabitha Jean Naylo – Military veterans who have retired from active military service may have difficulty adjusting to civilian life.

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Los Angeles Urban League Business Plan Writing Class in partnership with Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corp.

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Although the unemployment numbers are getting better, companies continue to cut back in the month of April. These numbers reflect the overall view of the nation’s unemployment.

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The job market has shown improments in the last few months of 2012. However major companies are still excercising layoffs. Here companies announce layoffs for the month of March 2012.

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This Wednesday, November 16, 2011, the City of Los Angeles Workforce Investment Board (WIB) released its Request for Proposals (RFP). The RFP is an opportunity for specific organizations to submit proposals to serve as Sector Workforce Intermediaries. These intermediaries contribute substantially to the mission of the WIB, serving to bring together workers and employers as […]

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Work Share is a program that offers an alternative to laying off your work force. It allows you to keep skilled employees during slow times by reducing work hours. Eligible staff whose hours and wages are reduced receive a portion of their regular unemployment insurance benefits to compensate for the lost wages.

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The report says labor costs in China are rising so fast, while U.S. productivity continues to climb, that the cost advantage of sourcing many types of goods production in China is rapidly shrinking.

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his deal, expected to produce 550 jobs by 2015, may be the first of several affecting other Kennedy facilities as the center sorts through what it needs for the future and what can be turned over to others. The retirement of the space shuttle fleet earlier this year made a number of facilities available for future use.

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