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  • Job Expo planned for Wednesday Job Expo planned for Wednesday
    ...000 job openings needing filled will be at the next area Job Expo, to be be held from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Covelli Center in downtown Youngstown. "We've got all ...of jobs. Some are professional jobs, teaching jobs, health care, and we have some unskilled ... 25 years, Graham said there are still jobs available. "I have the feeling that people will say, ... help with that by having representatives from 30 job-training schools and colleges in attendance, along with financial aid... participants to search Ohio and Pennsylvania job-matching sites for other employment opportunities. Some of...
  • Deal Saves 43 Clackamas Teaching Jobs Deal Saves 43 Clackamas Teaching Jobs
    The North Clackamas School District and the teachers union have reached a tentative agreement to amend the teachers' contract. The North Clackamas Education Association said members will have the chance to vote on the proposal Sept. 2 and the school board will vote Sept. 3. The agreement restores 43 teacher positions laid off Aug. 21, the union said. It also maintains the current number of instruction days and does not increase the district's budget. Details of the agreement will be made public once approved by the NCEA membership and the school board.
  • Thousands of midstate workers in peril with YRC Thousands of midstate workers in peril with YRC
    Thousands of Central Pennsylvania jobs could be threatened if Kansas-based YRC Worldwide Inc. ... the union members approved an additional 5 percent cut and a suspension of company contributions to worker pensions in amendments... New Penn. YRC employs about 3,500 Teamsters at all its locations in the union's central district of Pennsylvania, which includes Harrisburg, Lancaster, Milton, Reading,... see no significant rebound in freight volumes ahead, and the competitive landscape in (trucking) remains fierce. YRC ... that they're making money," Ramos said. "And the union there is saying, ‘Hey, why ...
  • State to give $3.5M to nonprofit group that is hiring in Charlotte State to give $3.5M to nonprofit group that is hiring in Charlotte
    ...gives a boost to Charlotte's beleaguered financial sector and highlights a continued growth spurt for NACA... by the governor that requires companies to meet certain job creation requirements before receiving any... in foreclosures following the subprime boom in the 1990s and early this decade that left homeowners with unaffordable mortgages. In the recession, homeowners are also struggling with job losses. According to a 2007 filing with the IRS... stop. As the tour heads to New York and the West Coast, NACA needs at least... NACA in July as she faced the loss of a teaching job. She has already counseled...
  • NYC Allows Schools to Hire Aides with $ Raised by Parents NYC Allows Schools to Hire Aides with $ Raised by Parents
    New York City's Department of Education and the teachers' union have reached an agreement allowing principals to hire school aides with money raised by parents' groups. The union previously had complained about the years-long practice. Parents say the aides are needed because of overcrowding. ... families in urban public schools. But it also can make it harder for schools in poor neighborhoods to compete. Under the agreement, the aides will not be union members. They will earn about $14 an hour, and will be prohibited from performing any teaching work.
  • Editorial: Involuntary furloughs are ... - The Patriot-News Editorial: Involuntary furloughs are ... - The Patriot-News
    ... furloughs are a better option than layoffs for Pennsylvania's state workers by The Patriot-News Editorial ...far 255 employees have lost their jobs. More layoffs are expected. The number could..., but is certainly better than losing a job or having others lose theirs. Involuntary... form of furloughs (see chart below), and the majority of them are doing two weeks.... Most states exclude emergency personnel and teachers. Varying the time off by pay.... We have already seen the embarrassing and shameful spectacle of 77,000 hard... more state workers lose their jobs. Involuntary furloughs are part of helping make...
  • Allison resigns from teaching job after leaving football post  OregonLive.com Allison resigns from teaching job after leaving football post OregonLive.com
    High School physical education teacher Mike Allison resigned his teaching position today, days ..., but said they'd forward the results to the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission, the state agency that certifies teachers. Allison, who previously taught at Marist High School in.... He was placed on administrative leave earlier this month and resigned from his football coaching position last week. Gresham police and the Gresham-Barlow School District are independently investigating a ..., Gresham's basketball coach for the past 12 years and the school's freshman football coach, was appointed head ...
  • Of 78 laid-off teachers, 52 now have jobs back Of 78 laid-off teachers, 52 now have jobs back
    ...said. The Smyth Road elementary school teacher eagerly accepted a last-minute job offer .... To their great relief, many of those teachers have received similar offers over ... are plugging holes in some departments' faculties and are intended to minimize overcrowding in the classrooms. Still... from classroom to classroom as a "reading/math intervention" teacher, a position created to meet the requirements of the federal... to fill 33 positions, including the kindergarten teaching jobs that were brought back early... for textbooks, supplies and equipment. Despite the recalls, school board member Art Beaudry...
  • Teaching jobs scarce in S.A. Teaching jobs scarce in S.A.
    ... says something and it is what it is.” Waite, a brand-new teacher whose first day at Aue Elementary School was ... out,” he said. Teaching has long been viewed as a solid career in San Antonio, where the cost of living is low and the starting salaries are high. But if you’re thinking of making a career switch, you might want to think again. Jobs are scarce this year. “Any job fair I went to was pretty much a madhouse,” said Waite, one of the lucky ones. ... year and is expecting 91,000 students, experienced teachers aren’t retiring or resigning at the usual rate. ...
  • For Md.'s top educator nominee, teaching was her sole career choice For Md.'s top educator nominee, teaching was her sole career choice
    ... McHenry was chosen as one of the seven finalists for 2010 Maryland Teacher of the Year. The Delaware native says she was "... the title. "I'm really happy to be able to represent all of the teachers in Somerset County," she said. "It really validates what we do in the classroom and shows that we really are making a difference." McHenry, ...win 25 first place awards throughout the Delmarva region. "Teaching is something that I've always wanted to do," said McHenry, a mentor teacher for University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Somerset County schools. "It's the only career choice I have ever thought ...
  • Teaching is the new hot job? Teaching is the new hot job?
    ... states that “Teaching is the new hot job, but who is hiring?” As a teacher, I had... who did not graduate college with a teaching certification and student teaching experience, there...;s degree to get what is called alternative certification with a teacher preparation program. This is the route I happened to take... do not help you find employment after taking the training classes. Before.... The money for the classes has to be paid back, employed or not. This year a friend applied all... in coming to our school.” This is proof that a career in teaching is just as competitive as any other...
  • School Zone: Corporate workers turn to teaching School Zone: Corporate workers turn to teaching
    ...bad economy is sending some corporate workers to the classroom to teach. Matthew Erismon, 35, is one of them. 11...,” said Erismon. “I was looking at job lists and they started shrinking.” That’s when Erismon decided to become a teacher through Pasadena ISD’s alternative teacher’s certification program. It allows people with college degrees to begin teaching almost ...people coming in from the corporate world that have either lost jobs or decided they want to give back, and they want to give back through teaching,” said Pasadena ISD Associate Superintendent ...
  • Jobless rate high, dips in July Jobless rate high, dips in July
    ... looking for work for about a year after a contract teaching job in Connecticut ran out. What's she... of a point better than in June. The Hudson Valley rate rose to 7.6 percent from 5.2 percent a year.... The severity of this recession is reflected in the continued deterioration of the job market, which shed 17,900... rate was 9.7 percent. Statewide, there was an increase in jobs in some sectors, such as construction, attributed... was "education and health services," but the rise is likely not from colleges or even hospitals... big losers. So were education and health, along with government. These segments...
  • Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rose... - The Patriot-News Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rose... - The Patriot-News
    ...Friday August 21, 2009, 9:35 AM Pennsylvania's unemployment rate inched upward over ...revised to 8.4 percent. On Thursday, the state Department of Labor and Industry accidentally e-mailed the previous month's...organizations. In reality, the state lost a seasonally-adjusted 4,800 jobs in July, which was the smallest monthly ...October. However, the state's total of 5,620,700 jobs is the lowest since February, 2004. About four ...five of those lost jobs was in a goods-producing industry, the department noted. Pennsylvania has lost 183,300 jobs, or 3.2 percent, since last July. Nationally, the unemployment...
  • Pa. employers trim 4800 jobs Pa. employers trim 4800 jobs
    ...'s employers slashed fewer than 10,000 jobs in July for the second straight month since October....state Department of Labor and Industry estimated Thursday that Pennsylvania employers shed 4,800 nonfarm jobs in ...fewer than 5.62 million seasonably adjusted nonfarm jobs, the fewest since February 2004. The jobless rate inched upward from 8.4 percent to 8.5 percent in July. Still, Pennsylvania's jobless rate remains a percentage point below ... percent. Since the recession began in December 2007, Pennsylvania has lost more than 190,000 jobs, or one in 30. The following are comments from the readers. In...
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