• 500+ Opportunities Available at Indio Job Fair

    Due to the economic crises of job vacancies, Coachella Valley Rescue Mission (CVRM) and JobsNow.org are joining forces by leading an intentional investment in people, business and community through Thursday’s Job Fair. Whether searching for work, better opportunities or a career change, job seekers in the Coachella Valley area will have a chance to speak […]

  • Faking a smile at work may lead to heavier drinking, study says

    A new study shows that people who find themselves forcing a smile at work are more likely to drink heavily after hours. Researchers at Penn State University and the University of Buffalo studied the drinking habits of more than 1,500 people who work with the public, including food service workers, nurses and teachers. According to researchers, the […]

  • Undocumented Immigrants Push States for Driver’s Licenses

    Dairy farm worker Luis Jiménez gambles every time he drives without a license. Even a minor traffic stop could alert immigration agents that he is in the country illegally and lead to deportation. But in the wide open spaces of upstate New York’s farm country, supermarkets and job sites are often too far away for […]

  • County Taps Goodwill to Help Ex-Cons Enter Workforce

    The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a five-year, $647,200 contract with Goodwill Industries of Southern California to provide employment services for convicted felons unable to find work on their own. The Riverside County Department of Probation sought the agreement with the nonprofit after reviewing the qualifications of 56 prospective vendors and determining that Goodwill was […]

  • 42,000 Coast Guard members miss first paycheck due to government shutdown

    The nation’s 42,000 active-duty Coast Guard members missed their scheduled paycheck Tuesday, as the only military branch to work without pay during the government shutdown. Because the Coast Guard is under the Department of Homeland Security, it is getting no funding during the shutdown. All other parts of the military are under the still-funded Department of Defense. […]

  • Canadian air traffic controllers buy pizza for US colleagues

    Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts over the past few days in what has become an industry-wide show of support during the U.S. government’s partial shutdown. Peter Duffey, the head of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, said Sunday the initiative began Thursday when employees at Edmonton’s control […]

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