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CNNMoney

How a refugee created 3500 jobs in Britain
CNNMoney
Born in Uganda when the British Empire was in its heyday, he was forced to flee his home country for a new life in Britain in 1972. Then he went to work. Ahluwalia was 19 when he bought a struggling auto parts business in London. He sold the company ...

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Quartz

50000 Indian telecom workers to lose jobs in 2018
Quartz
The bloodbath in Indian telecom is set to worsen in 2018, and that may mean more job losses. β€œIn this calendar year, another 50,000 jobs are likely to go (in telecom) and at this point, telecom seems to be the worst-affected sector in terms of jobs ...

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Livemint

Google Launches New IT Course, Offers Access to Jobs and Scholarships
Fortune
Google and online learning giant Coursera on Tuesday unveiled a new certificate program to train Americans, including those without college degrees, for entry-level IT jobs. The program, which consists of six courses that can be part-time completed in ...
Google's job initiative launches online IT support course, no prior experience required9to5Google
Google offers online course in jobs push amid concerns about AILivemint

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USA TODAY

Jobs market: Labor shortage means longer hours but more cash for workers
USA TODAY
In an ever-tightening labor market, many employers are following a simple credo: If you can't find enough workers, give the ones you have more work. While worker shortages are frustrating businesses, they've quietly provided a financial boon to many ...



GreenBiz

Green jobs are still (mostly) promising
GreenBiz
The government was supporting sweeping measures to turn dirty energy clean. And jobs β€” in solar and wind installation, clean car engineering, green building and more β€” swiftly were being added to the marketplace to meet increasing demand. Then a ...

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CNBC

Carillion collapse: Here's a list of the construction jobs that are most at risk
CNBC
Britain's second-biggest construction firm went into compulsory liquidation Monday, when banks refused to lend it any more money, throwing hundreds of major projects in doubt. Critics have since called for the ensuing crisis to be reviewed. Carillion ...
Carillion, major UK construction firm, folds, putting 43000 jobs at riskChicago Tribune
Opening Quote: Carillion – counting the cost, and the jobsFinancial Times
UK government contractor Carillion collapses, thousands of jobs at riskDeutsche Welle
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Dayton Daily News

Walmart reportedly cutting more than 1000 jobs
Dayton Daily News
The Wall Street Journal reported the retailer is cutting jobs at its headquarters, which comes as Walmart announced its store workers will receive raises and bonuses. Walmart employs more than 1.5 million people in the U.S., plans to cut more than 1 ...

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MLive.com

Michigan counties ranked by manufacturing jobs
MLive.com
This post ranks Michigan's 83 counties by the number by the number of residents employed in manufacturing based on the U.S. Census Bureau's five-year average for 2012-16. This post uses the Census data to allow comparisons back to 1970. Before getting ...

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The Missoulian

Hellgate Elementary students learn responsibility through jobs program
The Missoulian
Hellgate Elementary students Trey Munnerlyn and Kharisma Vreeland trek across the school's campus last week making a delivery from one building to another as part of their jobs in the "Hawks Helpers" program. The jobs program is meant to give students ...



Washington Post

Paying tipped workers better wouldn't lead to fewer restaurant jobs
Washington Post
Under federal law, there are two classes of workers: those who make tips and those who do not, with different rules for each. Since 2009, the federal minimum wage for regular workers has been $7.25 an hour. For tipped workers, it's been far lower for ...


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