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- Philadelphia Jobs Report: Unique Job Opportunity If You Love Playing With Toys Jill Schlesinger reports on a unique job opportunity if you love playing with toys.
- Philadelphia Cyber Security Instructor Enjoys Cracking The Case “It may take days or weeks to arrive at a finding, and it may not even be a consequential part of the broader case. But when you find the critical nugget that helps ‘crack the case,’ it’s an awesome and rewarding ‘high-five’ moment,” says Philip...
- Psychology Professor Advocates For Self-Directing And Prioritizing “Learning how to prioritize and how to self-direct also are incredibly important. There are so many things to do in a day, you need to determine what truly needs to be done and make sure it actually gets done,” says Dr. Buskirk-Cohen.
- Philadelphia CEO Suggests You Empower The Team Around You “You have to be focused on making sure that everyone around the table feels that they are heard. Your job is to empower the team,” says Noreen Beaman.
- Continuing Education Is Helpful When Seeking Employment In Philadelphia “Getting an additional education and certifications help us find the perfect fit for candidates,” says Alex Griffin.
- Philadelphia CEO Says Degrees Show A Long Term Commitment “The HR people like to see a degree because it shows that the applicant can set and achieve a long range goal,” says Christopher Porter.
- Philadelphia Jobs Report: Need For Translators, Interpreters On The Rise Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Philadelphia Jobs Report: Growth In Jobs With Non-Profit Organizations Expected To Continue Jill Scheslinger reports.
- Continuing Education Is Beneficial At Many Levels “Even for veteran teachers, taking advantage of continuing education opportunities is a great way to re-energize and refresh your praxis,” says Lisa Shechtman.
- Twins With Autism Building Up Their Wrapping Paper Business 18-year-old Eddie Tuckerman is hard at work, creating new designs for his family's wrapping paper business. Their parents started the business for Eddie and his twin brother Mike. The boys have autism but they've always loved drawing.