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Quartz

50000 Indian telecom workers to lose jobs in 2018
Quartz
The bloodbath in Indian telecom is set to worsen in 2018, and that may mean more job losses. “In this calendar year, another 50,000 jobs are likely to go (in telecom) and at this point, telecom seems to be the worst-affected sector in terms of jobs ...

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GreenBiz

Green jobs are still (mostly) promising
GreenBiz
The government was supporting sweeping measures to turn dirty energy clean. And jobs — in solar and wind installation, clean car engineering, green building and more — swiftly were being added to the marketplace to meet increasing demand. Then a ...

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The Missoulian

Hellgate Elementary students learn responsibility through jobs program
The Missoulian
Hellgate Elementary students Trey Munnerlyn and Kharisma Vreeland trek across the school's campus last week making a delivery from one building to another as part of their jobs in the "Hawks Helpers" program. The jobs program is meant to give students ...



Washington Post

Paying tipped workers better wouldn't lead to fewer restaurant jobs
Washington Post
Under federal law, there are two classes of workers: those who make tips and those who do not, with different rules for each. Since 2009, the federal minimum wage for regular workers has been $7.25 an hour. For tipped workers, it's been far lower for ...



The Verge

Steve Jobs changed the future of laptops 10 years ago today - The ...
The Verge
“It's the world's thinnest notebook,” said Steve Jobs as he introduced the MacBook Air 10 years ago today. Apple's Macworld 2008 was a special one, taking place just days after the annual Consumer Electronics Show had ended and Bill Gates bid farewell ...
Steve Jobs unveiled the MacBook Air - and Apple's future - 10 years ago todayAppleInsider (press release) (blog)

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ZDNet

​Tech jobs: Why the enterprise architect is your new secret weapon
ZDNet
This philosophy is helping to create a strong emphasis on team working, rather than job specification. Read: Knowledge transfer: An underutilized approach to developing IT skills. "That means we don't have anyone with the title enterprise architect ...



Chicago Tribune

Carillion, major UK construction firm, folds, putting 43000 jobs at risk
Chicago Tribune
One of the British state's biggest contractors collapsed Monday, putting thousands of jobs at risk, after creditors and the government refused to bail out a company struggling under the weight of more than 1.5 billion pounds ($2.1 billion) of debt ...
Opening Quote: Carillion – counting the cost, and the jobsFinancial Times
UK government contractor Carillion collapses, thousands of jobs at riskDeutsche Welle
Carillion crisis deepens amid scramble to save jobs after firm collapsesThe Guardian
The Sun -Independent.ie
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BBC News

Scotland's papers: Threat to 'thousands' of jobs
BBC News
The Scotsman leads with the collapse of Carillion and a warning from the Unite union that the move puts thousands of jobs at risk north of the border. The impact on the construction of the Aberdeen bypass is the focus of The Press and Journal, which ...

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Rapid City Journal

Study: Most good jobs in SD go to those without bachelor's degrees
Rapid City Journal
The majority of the good jobs in South Dakota belong to people without bachelor's degrees, according to researchers at Georgetown University. The data is in a report titled “Good Jobs That Pay without a BA,” published recently by Georgetown's Center on ...
Workers without degree hold most good jobs in South DakotaKSFY

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Wall Street Journal

Utility Jobs Lost as New Power Plants Need Fewer Workers - WSJ
Wall Street Journal
As coal and nuclear power plants around the U.S. close due to competitive pressures, the number of people employed in making electricity is shrinking. Older power plants are being retired at an unprecedented pace as power producers wage a fierce fight ...

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