Home Depot is aiming to build up its staff, hiring 10,000 more workers than last year for its spring season as the housing market heats up. Continue reading
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Tagged Employment, Home Depot, Home improvement, jobs, new jersey, New York, Retail, Temporary work, Tim Crow
To be considered for the next cycle, applications must be submitted by January 31, 2012. Continue reading
Hello Concierge Community…
A position at our B. Smith’s – NYC location has become available for Director of Sales and Catering.
If you know of anybody that is interested please have them email their resume to me directly to firstname.lastname@example.org (please do not call). Continue reading
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New York, NBC Universal–Vice President, Diversity and External Relations (New York City) Continue reading
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What do you get when you combine the worst economic downturn since the Depression with the first black president? A surge of white racial resentment, loosely disguised as a populist revolt. An article on the Fox News Web site has put forth the theory that health reform is a stealth version of reparations for slavery: whites will foot the bill and, by some undisclosed mechanism, blacks will get all the care. President Obama, in such fantasies, is a dictator and, in one image circulated among the anti-tax, anti-health reform “tea parties,” he is depicted as a befeathered African witch doctor with little tusks coming out of his nostrils. When you’re going down, as the white middle class has been doing for several years now, it’s all too easy to imagine that it’s because someone else is climbing up over your back.
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Tips for finding Work
By Judy Davis
Are you one of the man Harlemites who has recently been laid off and you just don’t know quite what to do? You, like many thought your job was safe and now you are back out there in job search mode seeking your next opportunity. Even with the economy being what it is, there are ways to succeed and remain productive. Here are some tips that can assist you in continuing to develop your skills in the current market: Continue reading
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Check this great video out by Harlem resident Van Jones. Our challenge is implementation. Creating those jobs now for the 50% unemployment for men of color and 40% unemployment for women of color in Harlem (it’s 70% unemployment for men of color in Compton, Ca.,):
Van Jones, author of The Green Collar Economy, highlights specific ways to create jobs for Americans while also making moves to help green the planet.
Van Jones thinks “green collar” jobs could clean the United State’s energy-dependent economy.
His path to a healthy green economy includes his work on the Green Jobs Act of 2007, which authorized $125 million to train people for green-collar jobs. – The Commonwealth Club of California. Continue reading