Justin Combs, eldest son of
rap mogul Sean “Diddy’ Combs, is on his way to blazing his own
trail on the football field.
Ever have one of those days where you have a million things to do and not enough time? A new company, Fetchmob, can come to
Employers in 20 states will have to shell out more in taxes next year as
a penalty for the misdeeds of other states concerning unemployment.
The financial industry has often searched for new blood at America's elite universities. But that pipeline to talent is facing some push-back.
Anderson recently became the U.S. Army’s first
Black female 2-star general.
Companies are increasingly using college campus brand ambassadors to
spread the word about their products.
Health care costs rose faster than inflation and wages this year — a
trend that will soon hit home for workers as
employers offer open enrollment.
Law school is no longer a sure bet. Would-be students are noticing.
In today’s job market, a college degree may not be as valuable as
the time spent acquiring it. Research shows it does not guarantee a job.
When President Obama unveils his job plan Thursday night before a
joint session of Congress, analysts expect him to propose more hiring incentives.