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Delta Airlines Hiring 12,000 New Employees

Delta Airlines is gearing up for the holiday travel season, as well as 2020, by creating 12,000 new positions. CEO Ed Bastian told CNBC reporters, “We’re hiring pilots, we’re hiring flight attendants, we’re hiring ground staff. We’re hiring in all categories of the company.” Many Delta Employees Are Looking to Retire Other than an uptick in leisure and corporate travel

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How to Become a Private Investigator: A Conversation With PI Liz Brock

Perhaps you’ve always been intrigued by law enforcement but never knew which field to enter. You thought about working for the local police department but somehow it didn’t seem right for you. Maybe you’re more interested in choosing your on cases and conducting detective work instead. If so, becoming a Private Investigator (PI) just may be the line of work

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Frustrated With Being Overqualified During Your Job Search? Check Out These Tips!

You’ve launched Google, typed “jobs near me,” and spent weeks perusing the suggested job listings on LinkedIn, and Monster.com. You’ve found a couple of jobs that interest you and notice that you meet all of the listed qualifications. You immediately submit your resume but never receive a response. What gives? Chances are, you’re overqualified for the position even though it

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Already Want to Quit Your New Job? You’ve Got to Read This!

So you applied for a new job, nailed the interviews, and accepted an offer. That’s awesome news. Congratulations! After turning in your two-week’s notice to your former employer and working your last day, you’re all ready to start at your new office. You go through the training and your boss has reviewed the job description with you thoroughly. You’ve shown

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No Degree, No Problem! These 3 Top-Paying Tech Jobs Don’t Require A College Diploma

Attending college has never been a cheap endeavor. Unless you’re willing to sacrifice your social life in order to make good grades to earn a scholarship to the school of your choice, you’ll more than likely have to take out thousands of dollars in school loans just to attend college. Even then, you aren’t guaranteed a well-paying job. If you

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