Why I Don't Feel Guilt as a Working Mom

As women and as mothers, we naturally carry guilt. Some more so than others maybe, but we all do it. At one time or another, we all have something that creeps up into our lives to make us feel guilty as parents. My biggest battle with guilt comes in the form of being a working mom. While I enjoy working and wouldn’t have it any other way, from time to time I have this little voice in the back of my head that says, “You should be making the sacrifices necessary to stay at home with your child.” That little voice isn’t always so nice....more
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Fashion Blogger/Social Media Intern

Start-Up Jewelry Brand looking for regular contributors! Blogger & Social Media Intern Job DescriptionOverall Job Description: The blogging intern at THIS CLIENT will be instrumental in increasing the content on our website and on other websites.Responsibilities include the following:...more

Taking a Chance and Learning to Live

I have never been a big fan of taking risks. They always seemed a bit unnecessary to me. I have always been quite content to live life with my feet planted firmly on the ground, my ass firmly in a chair and only my head in the clouds. But then something happened. I realized I was miserable. ...more

5 Invaluable Tips for Finding a Great Tech Job in 2014

Tech jobs have been on the rise for decades, and the opportunities continue to increase. But not just anybody is going to give you a job in tech. You have to want it and to work for it; however, it also helps to know a few tips on how to get into the industry. That's where this article comes in. If you're looking for a job in the technology industry, check out some of these tips....more

Who Would You Rather Work For: Apple or McDonald's?

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I am an idiot, Issue 9: Resumes

As you may or may not know, I am trying to be a writer. Some would argue that because I write at all, I am already a writer. I’m not so sure about that, so we’ll call what I’m doing “trying” to be a writer. I am like a larva: newly hatched, wingless, and worm-like. I hope to one day become a pupa, because there are a lot of good jokes I could make with that name. ...more

Interview: Lisa Jackson, Former Head of EPA

Lisa Jackson recently retired as America’s top environmental CEO. For four years, she was the Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a job that put her right in the middle of the nation’s most important and high-profile environmental controversies. (She was also the first African-American to hold that position.)...more

Territorial Educators of Young Children - Conduct of career and remuneration

CareerEducators of young children are likely during their careers benefit from advancement to the rank of principal educator of young children and the rank of chief educator of young children. Subject to the existence of a vacancy, the appointment to a higher grade is decided by the territorial authority, after registration on a table Annual Progress established by order of merit after consultation with the Joint Administrative Committee, either choice after professional examination and in accordance with the quota rule. ...more

Hilex Poly: Plastic Bag Exec Speaks to Debate

To the average consumer, Hilex Poly, a manufacturer and recycler of plastic bags and other products, is relatively unknown, but to anti-plastic activists, the company is generally loathed. Their lawsuit against Chico Bags, makers of reusable bags, did not help....more
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Is Work Enjoyable?

If you hate your job, then you need to make a change....more