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Features by Sally Herships

New York City extends paid sick days to more workers

Most workers save their sick days for when they're most needed.
Posted In: sick leave, New York City, sickness
Bitcoins

Bidding on bitcoin in a U.S. auction

The U.S. Marshal’s office auctions off bitcoin seized in Silk Road investigation.
Posted In: bitcoin, US Marshals Service, Silk Road
Ingredients

The unheralded path to success: be invisible

Not everyone has to be an extroverted self-promoter to succeed
Posted In: marketing, promotion

How to get a job on LinkedIn

How to use LinkedIn to get a job. By... LinkedIn.
Posted In: linkedin, emloyment

Does LinkedIn work for job seekers?

LinkedIn is a way for job seekers to put themselves out there. Recruiters searching the site may find them.
Posted In: linkedin, employment, recruiting

Who sues police departments the most? Police officers

In New Jersey, millions are spent each year on lawsuits involving police.
Posted In: new jersey, police, lawsuits
Graduates

Report finds low graduation rates, but high federal aid

A report identifies colleges where most students drop out, many drowning in debt.
Posted In: college, graduation, for-profit colleges
China's Consumption Of Coal Steadily On The Rise

Coal's share of global energy is growing

BP's annual report on energy shows coal with its largest share since 1970.
Posted In: coal, fuel economy

Illegal catches hurt fishermen and fish populations

As much as a third of wild-caught fish imported by the U.S. is caught illegally
Posted In: fish, fishing industry, imports

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