Top 10 Cities For New Grads

Resume Bear

According to this info graphic here , Kiplinger has compiled the best cities for new grads. Consider below, in no particular order, the top ten cities that offer much more for your career development: East Coast Cities. Midwest Cities. West Coast Cities.

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“Marijuana Legalization: Does it bring new issues into the Workplace?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question: I read today that “recreational” use of marijuana became legal in Colorado on January 1 st. I work in Colorado in the education industry, so my question is how will this law affect drug tests required by such community workers where sobriety is of utmost importance in keeping people safe? Fountain Valley, Colorado .

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Top 50 LinkedIn Subgroups for Job Seekers and Recruiters

JobMob

A Subgroup specialized for Israeli 40+ (Over 40) “Old and Wise&# jobs seekers that wants to enlarge the diverse of employment opportunities, Employees who knows of a position and for recruiters that knows the benefits of hiring 40+ employees. The Subgroup is specialized for Israeli Software/ Algorithm Development jobs seekers that wants to enlarge the diverse of employment opportunities, Employees who knows of a position and for recruiters in Israel.

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You can be happier by reading this post | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

Here is why I think that: Recently, Gretchen Rubin sent me her new book, The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun. Not that New York City is the place to be happy, by the way. Also, it’s clear that happy people attract happy people because Live Science reports that people in New York City are more unhappy than the rest of the country.)

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Welcome, San Francisco Chronicle Readers | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook It looks like a lot of people are coming here from the article in the San Francisco Chronicle: Big City Blues, Could a more affordable life, away from the Bay Area, actually be better , by Rob Baedeker. Here are some of my most popular posts about figuring out where to live: I'm moving out of New York City How much money do you need to be happy? I pity the poor New Yorkers in their stupid tubs.