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Bob Parsons grants $500000 to help launch jobs training program for young adults

The program is split into two six-month phases, totaling a year, hence the name. The first phase includes professional training and college courses in partnership with Maricopa Community College District. The second half is a six-month professional internship. At the … Continue reading

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Dover Downs cut twice as many jobs as expected

Mike Brown tosses dice while playing craps at Dover Downs Casino in Dover on Nov. 15, 2014.(Photo: KYLE GRANTHAM/THE NEWS JOURNAL) Dover Downs says it eliminated 48 jobs over the last three months – twice the number the company planned … Continue reading

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ASU grad launches website for odd jobs

Bizibid is a website aimed at connecting odd-job seekers with people who need work done.(Photo: Courtesy of Gary Nunley Jr.) Story Highlights Bizibid is a website aimed at connecting odd-job seekers with people who need to get work done The … Continue reading

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The ‘Not Enough Jobs’ Scenario: An Economic Fallacy (But Possibly An Accurate …

Once again, a scholar with impressive credentials is broadcasting the gloomy notion that Americans face a job-poor future. The insufficient-jobs scenario appeared in George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen’s book “Average Is Over” a couple of years ago. It resurfaced … Continue reading

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The ‘Not Enough Jobs’ Scenario: An Economic Fallacy (But Possibly An Accurate …

Once again, a scholar with impressive credentials is broadcasting the gloomy notion that Americans face a job-poor future. The insufficient-jobs scenario appeared in George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen’s book “Average Is Over” a couple of years ago. It resurfaced … Continue reading

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The ‘Not Enough Jobs’ Scenario: An Economic Fallacy (But Possibly An Accurate …

Once again, a scholar with impressive credentials is broadcasting the gloomy notion that Americans face a job-poor future. The insufficient-jobs scenario appeared in George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen’s book “Average Is Over” a couple of years ago. It resurfaced … Continue reading

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The ‘Not Enough Jobs’ Scenario: An Economic Fallacy (But Possibly An Accurate …

Once again, a scholar with impressive credentials is broadcasting the gloomy notion that Americans face a job-poor future. The insufficient-jobs scenario appeared in George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen’s book “Average Is Over” a couple of years ago. It resurfaced … Continue reading

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Law Schools Fight Bar Association Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted

As law schools slowly recover from the worst legal job market in decades, they are fighting with their main overseer over what exactly counts as a job. Some schools have been paying to place graduates at nonprofit and government organizations … Continue reading

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Law Schools Fight Bar Association Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted

As law schools slowly recover from the worst legal job market in decades, they are fighting with their main overseer over what exactly counts as a job. Some schools have been paying to place graduates at nonprofit and government organizations … Continue reading

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Law Schools Fight Bar Association Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted

As law schools slowly recover from the worst legal job market in decades, they are fighting with their main overseer over what exactly counts as a job. Some schools have been paying to place graduates at nonprofit and government organizations … Continue reading

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