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Wall Street JournalImagine a man named Jim. He's applying for a job at Google. Jim knows that the odds are stacked against him. Google receives a million job applications a year. It's estimated that only about 1 in 130 applications results in a job. By comparison, about 1...
Tribune reporterThe Illinois Tollway is asking customers to check their I-PASS accounts today after discovery of a software problem that erroneously began a cycle of account charges and refunds to thousands of accounts scheduled for automatic balance replenishment. As a...
On January 1, 2012, more than 200 new laws, covering everything from local library boards to murder, will go into effect. Chicago Tribune political reporter Rick Pearson says some that might impact you the most include: - Toll hike - Electronics...
FACT: Speaker phones were invented to make untalented people sound important. Tune in next week for my opinion on Bluetooth headsets. On to your questions. Q: After four phone interviews, two in-person interviews, a drug test and a background check,...
The Add One Job movement continues to grow in the Hoosier state. Two more companies recently joined the campaign. The first is PTI, a local IT consulting service. "We provide technology solutions to companies locally and nationally in the Microsoft...
Would you allow a stranger who had been arrested for indecent liberties with a child to work in your home? Almost 60 people in Indianapolis did, and they found him through a LivingSocial deal. They also discovered he ripped some of them off. “...
If airfares confuse you as much as they confuse me, then I have some good news: Several new rules are going to make it easier to calculate the total cost of a ticket. Maybe. Starting Jan. 26, a new U.S. Transportation Department rule will require...
Of The Morning CallJustine Frantz has spent $1,483.31 over the past several years buying gifts for her grandchildren from online retailer Amazon.com. But the Lower Macungie resident said she won't give the Seattle company another penny after reading about working conditions...
Jeff Burdick and his next-door neighbors have nearly identical two-story rowhouses, on the same block of East Clement Street with the same public schools and the same city trash pickup. But one striking difference is the $5,300 he pays in yearly...
Of The Morning CallElmer Goris spent a year working in Amazon.com's Lehigh Valley warehouse, where books, CDs and various other products are packed and shipped to customers who order from the world's largest online retailer. The 34-year-old Allentown resident, who has...
The nice lady was engaged only in taking a "survey," as allowed by law, and would not dream of engaging in sleazy and illegal commercial hucksterism by telephone, so it was plumb cruel to treat her unkindly. It was the umpteenth "survey" scam in recent...
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