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Fast Food Workers, Supporters Protest In NYC To Demand Higher Wages

Hundreds of fast food workers and supporters protested outside New York City restaurants Thursday to demand higher wages for their low-paying jobs, including about 60 at a midtown Wendy’s who chanted: “Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Minimum wage has got to go!” Linda Archer said she has worked at a nearby McDonald’s for three years and …

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Midnite Muncheez is Taking over the Catering Business in the Tri-State Area

If you’re thinking about getting a caterer for a party, wedding, or any type of event, then check out Midnite Muncheez catering service. I’ve had the pleasure of tasting some of their dishes and they have some of the tastiest food I’ve ever eaten. I had the privilege of sitting down with the owner of …

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Sharing wisdom over Brunch. Big Hat Brunch meets in Harlem this April.

The all women’s Big Hat Brunch: If I Knew Then, What I Know Now will bring together women from the younger generation and more experienced generation to facilitate encouraging and enlightening conversations among seasoned professionals and aspiring youth.  With both panel and round table discussions, the Saturday afternoon  lunch will highlight the importance of entrepreneurial …

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Creating Powerful Resumes and Cover Letters

The number of applications a college can receive for a job opening is staggering. At the college where I’m Associate Director of Human Resources, we receive anywhere from 175 and 250. If a job-seeker wants to stand out in this sea of applications, it is essential that the submission is visually appealing, smartly written, grammatically …

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Don’t compromise your values. Advice from Established Career Woman and New York Native Toni Fay.

Toni Fay is a well-established career woman. She received a B.A. degree from Duquesne University, a M.S.W. degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and a M.Ed. degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Fay began working as a caseworker for the New York City Department of Welfare in 1968. She was then named the director of …

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