In an ongoing effort to support returning veterans to re-establish themselves in viable careers, the Department of Veterans Affairs has established a vocational, rehabilitation program, called Compensated Work Therapy (CWT).
Sneezing, coughing and feeling all-around miserable while on the job? You’re not alone.
When you think of interns, odds are college students come to mind. But today, more and more high school kids are getting internships. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at this growing trend.
The thriving health care industry in Philadelphia opens many doors for companies related to the health field, especially through technology.
With the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia is a great city for those interested in pursuing a career in health care.
Adam Anolik’s degree in culinary arts was a recipe for success in the business world as he his now the owner of a success wireless franchise.
The SnagAJob job search app claims to list up to 15,000 new gigs daily, letting you look for positions in a wide swath of industries.
According to the Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey, the Philadelphia region can look forward to continued growth in the manufacturing industry.
Irina Baranov, a certified life coach/executive coach in Philadelphia, uses her psychology knowledge and education in her practice every day.
Philadelphia Attorney, Tracy Brandeis Roman discusses the challenges and benefits of being a criminal lawyer, and gives advice for those pursuing a career in the field of law.
Megan Miller attributes a mix of on-the-job experience and formal education to her success in the nursing field.
According to C. Joseph Keesey, the key to growth within the field is to never stop learning and to be open to new ways of doing things.
President of The Liguori Academy, Michael V. Marrone offers advice to students pursuing a career as an educator.
Take a look at your co-workers, because apparently, one in every ten might have needed weed to get them through the work day.
In a survey of 10,000 people conducted by U.K. company Pressat, 85% reported drinking at least three cups of coffee a day, with 70% saying it improved their ability to work.