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CNBC

The 25 highest-paying jobs in America
CNBC
To highlight the jobs offering the best paychecks right now, Glassdoor created this list of the 25 highest-paying jobs in America. The list includes the median annual income of each job, per salary reports shared by employees on the site, and the ...

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Forbes

The 25 Highest-Paying Jobs In America In 2018
Forbes
Glassdoor.com, one of the leading job and recruiting websites in the world, recently published a report on the highest-paying jobs of 2018. The research analyzed 2018 salary reports submitted by employees, median annual base salary, the number of job ...
Which jobs pay $100,000? More of them are in technologyUSA TODAY
Tech still boasting highest-paying jobsThe Columbian
A new report from Glassdoor ranks the country's best paying jobs, so get thee a six-figure salaryHelloGiggles
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Chron.com

These are the highest-paying jobs in the US right now
Chron.com
For the fourth consecutive year, the technology sector boasted the highest-paying jobs in the U.S., according to an annual report from Glassdoor. Thirteen of the 25 highest-paying jobs this year were in tech, up from 11 in 2017, according to the report ...

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Xerox cuts jobs in Webster, U.S. and Canada
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Some Xerox employees in Webster, Canada and other parts of the U.S. were informed Thursday that their positions will be eliminated, officials confirmed ...
Xerox cutting jobs in Webster, other locations | WHEC.comWHEC
Xerox to cut IT jobs in WebsterRochesterFirst

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CNN

This program is helping Kentucky's food stamp recipients find jobs
CNN
Then she found Paths 2 Promise, which provides food stamp recipients with job training and support. The initiative paid for her to attend a six-month program to become a medical assistant and helped her get an internship at a county detention center's ...

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TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Minnesota gains 11,200 jobs in July. Here is who is hiring – Twin ...
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Minnesota employers added 11,200 jobs in July, dropping the state's unemployment rate to 3 percent. The seasonally adjusted jobless rate is the lowest it has ...
Minnesota adds 11200 jobs in July; unemployment falls sharply for blacks, teensMinneapolis Star Tribune

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HuffPost

Multiple Women Rejected From Jobs After Company Says They Have 'Ghetto Names'
HuffPost
“The password for the outside job board site used by Mantality was compromised on August 13, 2018,” CEO of Mantality Health Kevin Meuret told HuffPost in a statement. “We are currently working with law enforcement to identify the perpetrator and ...
Really, Black women denied jobs because their names are 'too ghetto'TheGrio (blog)
Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesCBS Dallas / Fort Worth
Woman says she was denied job in Chesterfield because name too 'ghetto'; company says it was hackedSTLtoday.com
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Capital Region added 2600 jobs over past year
Albany Times Union
Albany. The Capital Region added 2,600 jobs over the past year to July, increasing the number of jobs in the five-county metro to 467,900 from 465,300 a year earlier, a 0.6 percent increase. Jobs were at a record high for July, although they were down ...



Roll Call

Artificial Intelligence May Help Match Veterans with Civilian Jobs
Roll Call
One of the problems military veterans have long faced is matching their skills learned in the armed forces to the needs of civilian employers, an issue Congress continues to grapple with in the fiscal 2019 spending bills. Many military jobs translate ...



Forbes

Artificial Intelligence Will Replace Tasks, Not Jobs
Forbes
There is no shortage of angst when it comes to the impact of AI on jobs. For example, a survey by Pew Research Internet finds Americans are roughly twice as likely to express worry (72%) than enthusiasm (33%) about a future in which robots and ...

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