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It's good too know that even seasonal jobs might possibly turn into permanent jobs. According to this article, when hiring for open positions after the holidays employers tend to look more towards the seasonal employees who already know they're way around the company. The seasonal hiring will help many families get through the holidays this year. -AL
Below is a very insightful article explaining how childless men earn 40% less than men with children. The partial reasoning for this stems from the fact that some men are more established in their lives by having a stable job and a family to tend to. The responsibilty of providing for a family is another reason why a man must have a well-paying job. -AL
Being a dad might entail dirty diapers, but it also t
JCPenney, a well-known department store, has just gained a new CEO. The new CEO is Marvin Ellison and he plans to help JCPenney regain and surpass past profits. This is a positive move, especially for the loyal customers who were outraged in past years when a former CEO at the company tried to raise prices significantly. -AL
J.C. Penney has a new chief executive.
The department store chain said Monday that
Below I posted another link to a video. Warren Buffet, CEO and largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway, explains the tough situation of American companies outsourcing to other countries to avoid paying taxes.
Below I attached a link to a video from CNN explaining how the month of October is infamous for stock market problems. The financial crisis of 2008 being he most recent. -AL
Bank owners seem to be running a system more like that of a casino than a bank. The money being generated from the banking system would blow your mind. With such high profits, these financial institutions are being regulated and investigated more than ever. -AL
Big banks have changed a lot, but there is more restructuring to come
SINCE the financial crisis, it has become
Below, entrepreneur Jon Yarbrough's describes to Forbes magazine how he started his business with a lonely foosball table and turned it into a wealthy career. Yarbrough envisioned that he would be able to develop his own leasing business with his wits and education. But, his success was partly built out of luck. The same time that Congress was changing laws on gaming, the Native American casinos were looking for new Class II machines - which was just the type that Yarbrough was creating. See
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