By Barbara Carlson,
This timely non-fiction book is about America's Boom and Bust decade and the "Corporatocracy", which caused it. We'd developed a super-size everything lifestyle, and the Great Recession, almost is the needed slap in the face, a reminder to dial back.
By Book Express
Unemployed But Not Destroyed is released by Book Express Publishing. This is a view of what being unemployed and finding a new job is like in this unique economic climate. It examines how everything from the resume’ to job search has changed.
By Lynn Brewster
Technology expert, David A. Cox is launching a new service called Tech Talk Academy; a live, online, e-leaning program to provide job seekers with the tech skills they need to be competitive in today’s job market.
By Bud Meyers
I'm tired of the waiting. As I see my life winding down in about three more weeks I have pondered the absence of relevance in my past life, and the lack of significance my passing will be to the world.
By Bud Meyers
For almost 2 years the economically desperate have tried to navigate a very narrow path between hope and fear...but with no job offers, no extension of unemployment benefits, and continued discrimination...hope surrenders to fear.
By Rev. Dr. James A. Lee
The Joy of Jesus is recongized as a source for wellness.
By Lloyd Kaneko
Whittier author Lloyd Kaneko publishes new science fiction novel on Smashwords.
The nation's unemployment rate jumped to 8.5% in March. That's the highest unemployment rate since late 1983. If you are looking for a job, the best time to get started is now.
If you are looking for a job, the best time to get started is now. ADP Employer Services estimates the U.S. private sector cut a record 742,000 jobs in March, up from the February 706,000 jobs.