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Surfing for talent

Nov 27, 2006
Rising stars don't even have to leave home to get Hollywood's attention these days. Some agencies have talent scouts devoted to seeking them out online. Lisa Napoli reports.
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At Thanksgiving, plumbers' plates are full

Nov 24, 2006
This is the busiest time of the year for plumbers. And it's not all gravy. Sean Cole explains.
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Surviving the ex-pat tax

Nov 22, 2006
Congress passed a tax increase in May that's expected to rake in big bucks for the government — but it could backfire. U.S. businesses worry it'll hurt their ability to employee Americans oversees. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Jobs, Washington
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No. 22 in gender equality

Nov 22, 2006
The U.S. ranks 22nd out of 115 nations in narrowing the economic and political differences between the sexes. Steve Tripoli has details.
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Union victory in the South

Nov 21, 2006
Following a three-week strike that targeted Houston's downtown business and shopping district, 5,300 janitors have agreed to return to work in exchange for better wages and benefits. John Dimsdale reports.
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Show us the money

Nov 17, 2006
What do workers want? A new survey suggests it depends on whom you ask -- and that employers underestimate how much money matters. Kai speaks with Jason Kovach of World at Work.
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Middle-age career change

Nov 9, 2006
A growing number of workers are opting to make major career changes later in life. Tom Kramer looks at what's driving these 40-somethings to start over.
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Talent shortage

Nov 7, 2006
The most valuable commodity in the business world is talent, and commentator Adrian Wooldridge says there just isn't enough of it to go round.
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Daycare dilemma

Nov 3, 2006
Raising a family often means asking tough questions at work. Like, can I have a raise to pay for daycare? Hillary Wicai reports.
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Seeing gray in the economy cloud

Nov 3, 2006
Taking the long view, and factoring in all the economic reports that came out this week, some economists are finding the cloud around what some politicians might consider a silver lining. Amy Scott reports.
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