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So, I’m kind of psycho. I don’t know what it’s like at your workplace, but I HATE missing one day. I get so behind. I don’t know what’s going on. I freak out about what I’m missing. It stems from … Continue reading
I can’t believe we’re already at this stage, but my younger sister is ready to start looking at colleges. About two weeks ago, she came down to York County and visited York College, to check out the school and complete … Continue reading
TheStreet examines a new trend which shows that older, experienced professionals are taking internships
They say that with age comes wisdom – and a new book is hoping to spread some of this knowledge to new grads, offering them advice from older Americans as they begin their journey into the “real world.” The biggest … Continue reading
It’s pretty much a law that there will be times when stress at work will seem overwhelming. Whether it’s the pressure to answer all 100 e-mails that have suddenly flooded your inbox or your boss moving up the deadline on … Continue reading
Lots of places are hiring for the seasonal summer positions right now, even though the temperature isn’t very summery. The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire is the most recent local attraction to announce they’re hiring. Things like this always take me back … Continue reading
As local unemployment continues to rise to the tune of 9.1 percent, finding a job can seem like a job in itself. Fortunately, the federal government is offering temporary, part-time jobs for those interested in becoming census takers. And the … Continue reading