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Dozens Of AC Firefighters March Urging Officials To Finalize Grant And Avoid Layoffs

Thursday dozens of Atlantic City firefighters and their families marched around City Hall urging officials to sign a federal grant that could fund 85 at-risk jobs for at least the next two years.

06/04/2015

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It’s National Leave The Office Early Day

The idea is to get things done in less time and have the rest of the day to spend with family and friends.

06/02/2015

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Minimum Wage Increase Goes Into Effect In Del. On Monday

The new rate is $8.25 an hour.

06/01/2015

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Compassion Is Needed To Succeed In Philadelphia Nursing Field

“In my opinion, one of the number one traits needed to work successfully in our current health care environment is compassion,” says RN Elisha Lowe.

06/01/2015

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Interning Was Key When Pursuing Career For Philadelphia CEO

“Intern. intern, intern! Preferably in diverse business environments. Use that time to learn something about a variety of roles,” says CEO Ari Goldberger.

06/01/2015

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3 On Your Side: Job Outlook For 2015 Graduates

3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at how that optimism is translating into actual opportunities.

05/26/2015

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Education Helped Philadelphia Counselor Understand Human Nature

The psychology field isn’t always rewarded well financially, but if the person can focus on how rewarding it is to help others and make a difference that can create a type of happiness.

05/25/2015

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Teachers Must View Themselves As Learners In Order To Be Effective Teachers

“I believe teachers must view themselves as learners in order to be effective teachers,” says CEO Dr. Joanne Barnett.

05/25/2015

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Differentiate Yourself From The Competition Advises Special Agent

To obtain a degree as a federal agent I would suggest, criminal justice; pre-law; political science; Information Technology; law; languages to include Arabic; Chinese, Spanish.

05/25/2015

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Create New Experiences To Help Empower Philadelphia Children

“The real payoff [in teaching] for me is the opportunity to create new experiences everyday that inspire and empower children to make a difference in their own lives,” Says Kimmell Proctor.

05/25/2015

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Clear, Focused Objective Will Help You Follow The Right Path

“It is important to start your educational endeavor with your end in mind. A clear, focused objective will help you move through the right path,” suggests Audrey Lefebvre to people just starting out.

05/25/2015

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A Company’s Success Is Tied To Quality Of Employees Says Philadelphia CEO

“We believe that it’s critical to have alignment in the fundamental core values of our company and prospective employees,” says Rick Skidmore.

05/25/2015

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Psychology Offers A Variety Of Options Says Philadelphia Psychologist

“There are many areas of specialties and training in the field of psychology to choose from to suit one’s interest,” says Dr. Arathi Rao.

05/25/2015

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Being Everything To Everyone Is Difficult For Philadelphia Attorney

“The most challenging aspect of my field as a criminal defense attorney is being everything from a businessman to a social worker, to a trial attorney to the families and the clients I represent in a case,” says Douglas Dolfman

05/25/2015

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Don’t Limit Studies To Just Technical Skills Suggests Tech Director

“For someone just starting out, I’d say while it is vital to learn as many technical skills as possible, don’t neglect the non-technology skills such as communications, finance, and business administration,” Says Reagan Johnson.

05/25/2015

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