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Some jobs are tough, some can be deadly. An average of 12 workers die on the job every day. So, what are the deadliest jobs in the country? Here are the Top 10.
You take a $2 million hit to your budget. Who ewe gonna call? Baaaaa, you call in the sheep, of course!
Japan takes the top spot in Asia in a global survey that measures expatriates' net take-home pay, with South Korea coming in second and Hong Kong a surprise number 10.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech Friday is a "warm-up act" to President Obama's Sept. 5 speech outlying his jobs program, Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC Thursday.
"Being the CEO of your career requires changing your mindset. We’ve been drilled over the past century with the idea that success means climbing a ladder rung by rung toward a set career destination," writes the author who says there's a new way to build your career.
A person familiar with the situation says salary increases given to investment bankers at Goldman Sachs' London office in 2009 will expire, as expected. The news will affect some, though not all of the investment bank's 5,500 employees in its London-based European headquarters.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may be willing and able to provide more monetary stimulus for the U.S. economy, but the more effective medicine—fiscal aid out of Washington—isn’t in the wings, say economists.
America must do more to encourage the entrepreneurs who will create the next high-growth companies that will hire more workers, Steve Case told CNBC Wednesday.
The other day a manager called for some advice. She wanted her employees to take more initiative and be more resourceful, but for some reason, they didn't get it.
Being smart certainly gives you an edge in business. But there’s one thing the boss appreciates more than a high IQ. It’s not being a snappy dresser. Or having a killer instinct. (Though, those things can’t hurt.) Here's what it is.
The promise of green jobs has wilted. Don't lose heart. More of us may soon be forced to go green.
Fears over the safety and solvency of European government debt and banks are haunting the stock market.
In the absence of being able reliably to pick or create successful innovations, the state of the art in innovation management can be done in a three stage approach, suggests the author.
There are vast economic development opportunities in efficiency, renewable energy, and converting waste into valuable assets, says blogger Terry Tamminen.
They say nice guys finish last and, despite your mom’s protests, that may actually be true. That jerk at work may be getting paid more than you.
"We may spend hours methodically assessing a new smartphone before deciding what we think of it, our assessment of a person keeps being made by the seat of our pants," writes the author who challenges us to rethink our first impressions.
The list of things we never thought we’d see continues to grow, like a tumor. Our republic has finally reached a midlife crisis, having lost the pejorative AAA credit rating from an agency that considers yesterday’s sub-prime CDO a safer bet than today’s Uncle Sam. The American economy is stuck in a classic catch-22, that as we solve one problem, it is quickly replaced by a greater concern.
Global companies are increasingly shifting recruitment for highly-skilled jobs from older markets in Europe and the US to emerging economies in Asia, headhunters told CNBC, as a new wave of job cuts threatens the City and Wall Street.
Compensation packages at the executive-level are rising in Asia driven by a growing talent shortage, according to one expert.
The volatility in the markets this past week may be reminiscent of what took place in August and September of 2008, but this summer of our discontent is a far cry from what the world faced three years ago.