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New census figures show the nationwide rate of six-figure salary earners is growing significantly faster for women than for men, according to a Washington Post report.
How can you really get that new -- and better -- job?
The cuts could mean a loss of $6 billion to $7 billion to the local economy, says Stephen Fuller, director for the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University in Fairfax.
Job interviewing advice: Don't follow the lead of the hiring manager if you're being interviewed at a restaurant and the manager orders a glass of wine.
Frederick County's unemployment rate is usually better than Maryland's and the nation's, according to local economic development and business staffing sources.
Indicators point to another rough summer for teens looking for seasonal work -- mainly because adults are competing for the same positions.
The STAR METRICS will create a reliable and consistent inter-agency mechanism to account for the number of scientists and support staff that are on research institution payrolls supported by federal funds. Details from Julia Lane, program director with the National Science Foundation.
The Wall Street Journal takes a look.
With high unemployment rates, the competition for teenagers trying to find summer jobs on Delaware's beaches is stiffer than ever.
Only Seattle ranks ahead of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria area.