Miss Manners: I’m sure they expect me to say ‘I’m fine’

DEAR MISS MANNERS: The conventional response to “How are you?” is “Fine, thank you.” What do you recommend for a response when things are not

6 Things to Know Before Beginning Your Executive Job Search

Many of us have heard the aphorism, “It’s not where you start, but where you finish.” This bit of wisdom holds true for many aspects

How to Turn a Job Interview Into a Job Offer

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Why even smart people fall for scams

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U.S. indicts scores of doctors and pharmacists for dispensing opioids

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9 Effective Side Hustles to Double Your Income

It doesn’t matter if you’re a doctor, a bartender, or a school teacher. Everyone could use some extra money. It’s no surprise, then, that people everywhere

Ask Amy: He took my money then broke his promise

DEAR AMY: I am recently engaged. We have been together for almost three years. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Like all new couples, we

When It Comes to Your Resume, Size Doesn’t Matter — Or Does It?

“How long?” Of all the questions I get about resumes, that is the one I get most often. HR managers, school career counselors, and even professional

People with more muscle power tend to live longer: study

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US Sports Camps Teams up with Loyola University New Orleans Volleyball…

Campers can experience the beautiful campus of Loyola University New Orleans while attending volleyball camp. We are looking forward to working with dedicated and excited

Carolyn Hax: What was the last thing that made you forget what time it was?

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We Can’t Just Invest in Building Great Curricula – by Michael J. Petrilli

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33 Is the Magic Number for Women in Business

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Larry Hughes Announces Grand Opening of Basketball Academy

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Miss Manners: Am I supposed to be happy about these pet gifts?

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Carolyn Hax: She made things awkward with this dark secret

DEAR CAROLYN: My mother-in-law told me several years ago that she had been sexually abused when younger by someone who was supposed to protect her.

New ‘Knowledge Mapping’ Tool Evaluates English Language Arts Curricula – by Robert Pondiscio

In an essay in The Washington Post, Sonja Santelises, the courageous chief executive of Baltimore City Public Schools, described a problem commonly overlooked in school

Pivotree Announces Sponsorship and Speaking Engagement at B2B Online…

Pivotree The track I will chair on Omni- and Operation Excellence is going to showcase several of the best B2B digital transformation stories in the

US Sports Camps Announces Return to UC Santa Cruz for Summer 2019

The picturesque campus of UC Santa Cruz, host of Nike Sports Camps for summer 2019. We’re looking forward to another great summer camp season at

Great Curriculum Is Important. But It’s Not Enough. – by John White

I recently visited Start, Louisiana, a small town in the rural, northeast corner of our state, not far from the Mississippi Delta. What drew me

The Hot Job Market Won’t Last Forever

I cannot stress this enough: Today, the job market is excellent. It’s the strongest we’ve seen in 50 years! There are more open jobs than people

An Evening with Temple Grandin: Connecting Animal Behavior & Autism – June 3, 2019

Future Horizons will be hosting an evening with Temple Grandin in New Orleans on June 3, 2019. New Orleans, LA, April 04, 2019 –(PR.com)– Future

Own Your Natural Talents: How to Identify and Embrace Your Strengths

We all have natural talents and abilities, but it can be hard to recognize and articulate just what they are. Instead, most people tend to

Applicant Rights: What Candidates Should Know About Employer Credit Checks

Applicant Rights: What Candidates Should Know About Employer Credit Checks Background and credit checks are scary parts of the job application process. Even if you