Employment

ctnuser4 on June 27th, 2014

The basic qualification required for a career in event management is holding a degree in any discipline. Along with this if you have qualification related to event management that would be an added advantage for your career. There are several universities that offer event management courses. Some of the courses are diploma, graduation and post […]

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ctnuser4 on February 28th, 2011

Employment laws are enacted for following rules and regulations for both employees and employers. The United States enacted the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by the Wage and Hour Division in 1938. It deals with the minimum wage and overtime pay offered to full-time and part-time workers in federal, state, local governments as well as […]

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ctnuser4 on January 5th, 2011

The small business survey, 2010, conducted by peopleperhour.com, revealed that 61% of small business have plan to increase their investments in IT, with 38% directing their investment in appointing IT freelancers. The survey also found that 42% of them are fulfilling their IT needs through recruiting IT freelancers, with only 18% of them planning to […]

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ctnuser4 on April 9th, 2010

After the recession, 2010 observes slight up turn in employment statistics. With this change, some cities shows surprise employment growth, whereas some show poor growth. The following are the best cities for employment in 2010: Mount Vernon, Washington This is a surprising spot for jobs and it is located 60 miles from the rainy city. […]

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ctnuser4 on March 4th, 2010

The impact of recession is still haunting the Americans in the form of unemployment, particularly in the construction sector. When the overall job market is considered, the unemployment rate dropped to 9.7% in January 2010 from 10% in December 2009. this states that nearly 14.8 million workers in US were unemployed. However, there were some […]

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ctnuser4 on February 25th, 2010

It was a sigh of relief for many people of America after White House economic adviser Christina Romer said that the employment picture was stable in US. It was also said that the job growth is expected by spring this year. President of America, Barack Obama seems to hane made job creation his top priority […]

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