HEY HR FOODIES: Stop Dreaming About Opening a Restaurant - Here's Why.

The HR Capitalist

To further break down the formula, a healthy restaurant aims to spend about 10 percent of its sales revenue on rent, utilities and other occupancy costs; 30 to 40 percent on labor (your specialty if you're readying this blog) including payroll taxes and benefits; and 30 percent on food and beverages. In all three cities, restaurants pay more than the federally mandated minimum hourly wage of $7.25, and each city plans an increase to $15 over the next few years.

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Looking For Job in 2017? Find Companies With These Hot Employee Perks

Ms. Career Girl

Personal commuting costs aren’t tax-deductible, but some employers may offer commuter benefits in the form of a tax-free subsidy or pretax payroll deduction to offset the costs of getting to and from work by mass transit or for parking. But, if you refinance your federal loans, you’ll lose out on certain protections, including deferment, income-based repayment and Public Service Loan Forgiveness for those with qualifying full-time jobs who make 10 years of payments.

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What Industry and Where You Live Helps in Finding a Job!

Resume Bear

Private employers added 158,000 jobs in March, the smallest gain in five months and short of economists’ expectations, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday. Economists are projecting that non-farm payrolls grew by about 200,000 in March and the unemployment rate held steady at 7.7 Other metro areas showing strong job demand include Dallas and Houston, thanks in large part to the strong growth in U.S.

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