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US Postal Service is Hiring!


United States Postal Office is Hiring The USPS announced today that they have entry level positions open nationwide.  The US Postal Service is the country’s largest government agency. Overall it is the second largest employer in the United States, barely exceeded in size by Walmart. With beginnings traced back to 1775, the USPS is one of the longest standing organizations in the nation, and is one of the best places to work. The USPS is an equal opportunity employer. The USPS provides high pay for those who fill these highly desired postal positions. The average postal employee makes just over $72,000 each year, and the starting pay rate is $21 per hour, with benefits on average. Career postal workers enjoy federal benefits, paid training, paid vacation, advancement potential, retirement options, and exceptional job security. And the best part, the US Postal Service is searching for great people to join the team. Postal Job Features Pay rate starts at $21 per hour, with benefits, on avg. Experience is not required If you are 18 or older, High School Diploma/GED is NOT required Career employees receive federal benefits Average postal employee earns $72,000 each year Paid training and paid vacation Retirement options …

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Millennials Outnumber Baby Boomers and Are Far More Diverse


Millennials, or America’s youth born between 1982 and 2000, now number 83.1 million and represent more than one quarter of the nation’s population. Their size exceeds that of the 75.4 million baby boomers, according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates released today. Overall, millennials are more diverse than the generations that preceded them, with 44.2 percent being part of a minority race or ethnic group (that is, a group other than non-Hispanic, single-race white).

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Many CFOs Working On Vacation


Professionals across the country are planning summer trips, but research suggests many financial executives will be packing their work with their sunscreen. In a recent Robert Half Management Resources survey, 68 percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) said they typically are in touch with the office at least once a week while on summer vacation, a 20-point increase from a similar survey three years ago. Roughly one-third (32 percent) of CFOs anticipate a clean break from work while on vacation, down from 51 percent in 2012. In general, respondents are more likely to check in with the office daily than not at all.

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Online Labor Demand Rose 83,100 in May

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Job demand gains in May offset most of the April loss, gains are widespread across areas and occupations Online advertised vacancies rose 83,100 to 5,445,000 in May, according to The Conference Board Help Wanted OnLine® (HWOL) Data Series, released today. The April Supply/Demand rate stands at 1.59 unemployed for each advertised vacancy, with a total of 3.2 million more unemployed workers than the number of advertised vacancies. The number of unemployed was 8.5 million in April.

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200 to 400 Teachers Needed in Pensacola Florida!

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The Escambia County School District will host a Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, May 16, 2015, at Booker T. Washington High School, from 9:00 am – 3 :00 pm. This teacher job fair presents an excellent opportunity for schools and teaching candidates to participate in face-to-face interviews and discuss career opportunities. All Escambia County district schools will be represented.

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New Academy Report Explores the State of the Humanities in Higher Education

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Recent discussions about the state of the humanities in higher education have portrayed the field as beleaguered and declining. Today, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is releasing a new report on The State of the Humanities: Higher Education 2015 that is intended to provide a more balanced and evidenced-based depiction of the health of the humanities on college and university campuses.

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April 15th Tax Day is Rapidly Approaching

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With the April 15 deadline fast approaching, the Internal Revenue Service today offered taxpayers still working on their 2014 taxes a number of tips designed to help them avoid common errors that could delay their refunds  or  cause other tax problems in the future. First and foremost, the IRS encouraged taxpayers to file electronically. Doing so, whether through e-file or IRS Free File, vastly reduces tax return errors, as the tax software does the calculations, flags common errors and prompts taxpayers for missing information. And best of all, there is a free option for everyone. Whether filing electronically or on paper, be sure to make a copy of the return.  In addition, the IRS offers these last-minute tips:

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Tips for Dealing with Job Loss


Losing a job is stressful, plain and simple. Looking for a new one is no easy task either, especially if you worry about how to pay the bills. But take a deep breath. Here are some tips to help you get back on your feet professionally and financially. Tips for Unemployed Career Professionals Look to your employer for help. Your company may offer a range of services, from workshops to retooling your resume to classes on how to look for jobs. Contact your State Unemployment Insurance Office for information about applying for unemployment insurance benefits in your state. Make a budget. Add up your monthly expenses and create a survival budget to get a sense of how long your savings can keep you afloat. Look for expenses you may be able to eliminate. Consider your health care options. The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, better known as COBRA, allows people who lose their jobs to buy health insurance at a group rate for a limited time. COBRA can be expensive. If you’re relatively healthy and don’t have chronic conditions, a bare-bones major medical plan may save you money while still protecting you from catastrophic emergencies. Visit HealthCare.gov to learn more. …

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