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What are the worst jobs? The best?

Everybody complains about his job at some point, but who really works in the worst professions? is out with its annual list.

Thursday - 04/25/2013, 07:27am EDT

Tags: employment, best jobs, worst jobs

Report: Private sector compensates for lost federal jobs

Sequestration has spurred a lot of grim conversation about federal job loss.

Monday - 03/11/2013, 09:30am EDT

Tags: Nick Iannelli, private sector, sequestration, montgomery county

D.C. tops list of highest-paying cities for women

D.C. is the highest-paying city for women, with the median full-time woman earning an average income of $57,128, according to Forbes.

Monday - 02/11/2013, 11:32am EST

Tags: employment, salary, Women, Washington

'How do you make a tuna sandwich?' and other weird interview questions

Check out the top 25 weird interview questions.

Thursday - 01/31/2013, 04:08am EST

Tags: david burd, interviews, Glassdoor

D.C. ranks second among top cities for job-seekers

Those searching for a job may want to pay attention to this list.

Tuesday - 01/29/2013, 09:12am EST

Tags: nerdwallet,

Kings Dominion seeks 4,000 seasonal workers

Kings Dominion is looking to fill 4,000 seasonal jobs, ranging from food and beverage to acting and dancing.

Thursday - 01/24/2013, 01:42pm EST

Tags: Richmond Times-Dispatch, kings dominion,

Tips for finding a green job

The green and energy sectors have some of the hottest jobs on the market. Joan Michelson, CEO of Green Connections Radio, provides tips for taking advantage of the employment opportunities.

Wednesday - 01/23/2013, 01:14pm EST

Tags: green jobs, employment, business, sustainability, energy, Joan Michelson


Need advice for landing a job?

The 27th annual Job Search Advice Call-In is for anyone looking for a job, whether they are unemployed, wanting to switch jobs or re-entering the job market after a long absence.

Thursday - 12/27/2012, 07:04am EST

Tags: job coach, Challenger, Gray & Christmas

Lt. gov. announces opposition to uranium mining

Virginia's chief jobs officer and the tie-breaking vote in the Senate, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, opposes a move to allow uranium mining and milling, citing the potential to slow job growth in Southside Virginia and concerns about its environmental impact.

Friday - 12/14/2012, 01:27pm EST

Tags: uranium mining, Bill Bolling, economy,

Tips to get your online persona ready for an interview

What does Google say about you?

Thursday - 11/29/2012, 07:57am EST

Tags: max smith, Lifehacker,

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