Less Americans are filing for unemployment benefits and have neared a six-year low, according to a report.
From the age of 23, when she was the first female steelworker at Butler Manufacturing, Diana Arends labored to carve out a solid middle-class existence. Read more »
Two-year schools should be a serious contender for your time and money in your search for a good education and solid job possibilities. Read more »
Here are the top ten jobs to look into if you want to make money, but only have a two-year degree or certification. Read more »
Is your adult child struggling with debt? While your offspring may not be eager to share this information with you, they may unintentionally display signals that indicate that their finances are in... Read more »
I’m on the job market. The last job I had was an unqualified disaster because of company culture and lack of commitment to the alleged goals of my position. What can I do to be sure that the... Read more »
A new survey shows 53 percent of tech workers would accept some kind of wage reduction in order to telecommute daily, and a few said they would take a cut as high as 31 percent. Would you be... Read more »
A recent Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce survey reveals that 81 percent of small businesses in Utah are unclear about what's required by the Affordable Care Act. Here are some answers. Read more »
Many seniors have not communicated their wishes about future health care or financial decisions to their children — potentially leaving their loved ones with difficulties and heartache. Read more »
Ten veterinarians watched closely as Utah’s Hogle Zoo keepers performed daily training with Eli, a V8-juice-loving orangutan with a five-year streak correctly predicting the Super Bowl. Read more »
Industry has a long history of benefiting from technological progress. From the spinning jenny to the personal computer, machines have not only made production and distribution easier, but cheaper,... Read more »
Earlier this year, my husband and I made a decision that will change the course of our lives, for better or for worse. After 10 years in the mortuary industry, we decided that it was time for my... Read more »
Veterans bring a sense of discipline, self-confidence and maturity to the workplace. That's just three of the five good reasons to hire vets. Read more »
A critical date is approaching for small business owners: Starting Oct. 1, they must make decisions about employee health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Read more »
People may think of themselves as sometimes producers and sometimes as consumers, but the growing trend of "prosumption" is leading people to work for free while they think they are consuming. Read more »
Over the past year, Instagram users have been creating Instagram shops — virtual shops for clothing, accessories, housewares, anything. Much like a "glorified garage sale," the shops are used... Read more »
Dixie State University's criminal justice program is offering a unique course in digital forensics — and helping law enforcement agencies retrieve data from broken and password-protected... Read more »
Utah’s nonfarm payroll employment for August 2013 grew by an estimated 2.7 percent, adding 33,200 jobs to the economy as compared to August 2012. Utah’s current employment level... Read more »
For some, frugality isn’t a lark. It’s a lifestyle. For them, here are the 10 best cities for a frugal retirement. Read more »
A new study by CareerCast.com has rated the 12 most overrated and the 12 most underrated jobs of the year. Read more »
This week’s “Ask the Mompreneur” features an interview with Elizabeth Crowell, owner of the Sterling Place retail chain and e-commerce website. After several profitable years in... Read more »
Find mentors who will tell you the truth about how your business is doing. Read more »
In 2000, I graduated from my first round of post-secondary education and landed a job. My first annual salary was about 13 times more than my entire education had cost me. Read more »
Your major in college can have as much — or more — of an impact on how much money you make than what college you attend, according to a new report by NPR’s Lisa Chow. Read more »
I recently celebrated my second anniversary in what I still consider my "new" job. The time has flown by, but I realize I still have a lot to learn about this new career and about building a... Read more »
The annual arrival of the Utah State Fair not only brings deep-fried food and carnival rides, but also a few extra job opportunities for locals. Read more »
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