Unemployed Veterans in Michigan between the ages of 35 and 60 can go to their MI Works! and get up to 1 year of retraining.
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It’s about graduation time for many students and this little snippet from Conan O’Brien is one of the better ones on success and failure. He
During The Great Recession many undergraduates have found that finding a decent paying entry level job is very difficult. In many cases competing against seasoned
Check out this guy’s epic mustache. Ironically he is more employed than your average 16 to 29 year old.
A key job training facility for Detroiter’s Focus Hope was given a $1 million grant from MEDC to continue jobs training efforts. The group had
In an effort to curb wasted resources the People’s Republic of China is looking to eliminate college programs that do not lead to paying jobs.
Many college students forget that they should be looking at internships and somewhere around their senior year or the last semester of their senior year
College education stuff hasn’t been a core area of Career Purgatory but is an important area to be up on. For those of you who
Typically colleges and universities offer a career counselor or adviser for current students and alumni. If you have a degree most likely you’ve paid tens
A myth regarding unemployment that your level of education plays a large role in the length of time spent in Career Purgatory. But obtaining an